Height: 1 ft (approx.)
Dimension(HWL): 12.2 x 6 x 2.5 inch
- The beautiful decorative stone statue of the Apsara is standing on a two-layer pedestal, with a peacock behind.
- The statue is well adorned with ornaments engraved within the stone. She is seen adorning herself in her right hand, by looking at a stone-carved mirror while the left hand is humbly patting the peacock.
- The statue has been a glossy glaze polish which enhances her charms more delicately.
- It is a marvelous piece hand-carved by the skillful artisans of Odisha who gained popularity for its stone carving internationally.
- In many Indian mythology and scriptures, they are said to be the epitome of beauty and grace, like Rambha, Menaka, Urvashi.
- They appeared from churning the ocean of milk.
- They are said to be the consort of Gandharvas, living in the palace of Lord Indra.
- They are not only appreciated for their beauty but also excellent in the art of dancing and singing.
- You can make use of it in your interior design of the hotel, restaurant, palace, and house.
- It will supplement your decoration to the next level if you place it on the mantle, console, sideboard, etc.
- The cupboard and cabinet of your home and office are also perfect places to enhance the glam of your décor theme.
- The glossy black will pop against in light shade background.
- “Wrap it up as a gift for your dear one next time”
- It is believed that Apsara is linked with happiness and a fun-loving environment. Considering Vaastu, east and northeast are the zones for happiness and cheering.
- Keeping the statue in the above-mentioned zone will boost the happiness and joy element in your life.
- Artists proficient in singing and dancing is recommended to keep the statue in the west and Southwest zone.
- It adds positive energy to the atmosphere, which helps to calm your mind and soul.
- The appealing sculpture is made out of durable materials like soapstone.
- The chief advantage of Sandstone is that it is a nonporous, weatherproof, and low maintenance material.
- The cleaning would not take much attention, by using a cloth or broom over the surface you can dust the statue.
- The cleaning should be done every second day, so that dust wouldn’t accumulate on the surface of the statue.