This Sitting Lakshmi Idol stands with her left leg thrown out in a casual stance as she holds two lotus flowers symbols of beauty, prosperity and fertility. Her front hands are open in the abhaya mudra or "fear not" hand position and the varada mudra which is a boon granting gesture with a diamond shaped chakra carved in both palms. By inviting this Sitting Lakshmi Idol into your home and you are welcoming abundance into your life. 

This Sitting Lakshmi Idol is a handmade, one of a kind, Panchaloha (a term for traditional five-metal alloys) sculpture cast by the artists of a small town on the banks of River Cauvery – SWAMIMALAI. The Highlight of the murti manufacture in Swamimalai is the usage of the ancient lost-wax method - a skill passed on for generations since the Chola period. A science that finds reference in the Rig Veda & Shilpa Sasthira, this age-old method spells precision, technique and aesthetics while adhering to firmly laid down standards and principles.