Magnificent brass Throne or Singhasan For The Gods with an exquistie prabhavali backdrop handcrafted by artisans from south indina with beautiful peacocks, the 5 hooded Naag and the mythical Yali with a idol of lord Ganesh.
The singhasan with its intricate workmanship displays graceful peacocks on the prabhavali frame and the 4 corners of the pedestal, the Mythical Yali - Half lion Half horse just above the 5 hooded naag sculpted on top of the throne flanked by temple pillars, inspired by the Mughal era and the temple architecture of south India.
The Singhasan is traditionally found in most prayer rooms / temples of Indian homes with gods and goddesses seated on them adorned with freshly picked flowers during daily prayers by the head of the family.
Measures: Height 34 cm x Width 31cm x Depth 17 cm.
The rectangular base of the throne availble to keep and idol measures: Length 23 cm x Width 9 cm .
The Ganesh idol accompanying the singhasan measures 5 x 3 cm .
Weight : 5.2 Kilograms