From our Heritage Collection - Hindu Goddess Padmavathi seated on an exquisite brass swing | Jhoola with the mythical Yali handcrafted by skilled artisans from the South of India using the century old Lost Wax process of metal casting.
Alamelu also known as Alamelu manga and Padmavati (often spelled "Padmavathi" or "Padmavathy"), is a Hindu Devi. Believed to be a form of Bhudevi, the Hindu Goddess of Elemental Prakriti, Alamelu Manga is the consort of Sri Venkateshwara and an incarnation of Goddess Mahalakshmi.
Alamelu Manga is a major deity in Hinduism worshipped as an aspect of Goddess Lakshmi. It is believed that her intercession is indispensable to gaining the favour of the lord, it is also believed that Lakshmi is co-omnipresent, co-illimitable and the co-bestower of moksham along with Lord Vishnu and is the mother-goddess figure for staunch Sri Vaishnavites in particular and Hindus in general.
Measures: Height 18 cm x Length 14 cm x Width 8 cm
Weight : 1.05 kilograms
Note: The pillars at the back can be turned to lock in the swing from swinging when required.