This Marble Padmavathi is hand-crafted by our Murtikar’s and is craved out of one piece marble.
Since the idol is hand-crafted every piece has it’s own uniqueness.
Our states are specially hand painted with gold foil which never looses it’s charm and gives a lively feeling to the idols.
Our idols are securely packed individually wooden cases and shipped across taking utmost care.
Significance Of Padmavathi :-
Narada once observed a few rishis performing a holy yagna. Unable to decide who the yagna should benefit, he recruited the sage Bhrigu for the task, who travelled the three worlds in search of the deity who was most worthy of it. Upon visiting Satyalokam, Brahma was found busy chanting the Vedas with one face, uttering the name of Narayana with the other, and looking at the goddess Saraswati with the third. He took no notice of Bhrigu’s arrival. Bhrigu then proceeded to Kailasam, and here too, he found Shiva absorbed in playing with his consort Parvati taking no notice of his visit. He finally reached Vaikuntha and met Vishnu. Vishnu was smiling and meditating in a reclined posture and his consort Lakshmi was serving him out of her love. A furious Bhrigu kicked Vishnu’s chest (the abode of Lakshmi) and infuriated Lakshmi. But a calm Vishnu asked for forgiveness to Bhrigu, and served the sage by massaging his legs, and destroyed the eye in Bhrigu’s leg, the root of the sage’s ego.
This disappointed Lakshmi. So, she left Vaikuntha, and departed for earth. Meanwhile, Vishnu arrived at Tirumala Hills as Venk, and meditated upon Lakshmi. Lakshmi had incarnated as Padmavati, the daughter of Akasha Raja. Princess Padmavati had grown into a beautiful maiden, and was visited by Narada. On reading her palm, he foretold that she was destined to be the spouse of Vishnu himself. Srinivasa, the next incarnation of Vishnu, was on a hunting spree, chasing a wild elephant in the forest. The elephant led him into a garden where Princess Padmavati and her maids were playing. The sight of the elephant frightened them and their princess. When Srinivasa appeared in front of the elephant, it immediately turned round, saluted him, and disappeared into the forest. He noticed the princess Padmavati, and enquired about her from her maids. Enthralled by her bewitching beauty, he won her hand in marriage, and requested a loan from the god Kubera for the wedding ceremony, promising to repay it by the end of the Kaliyuga. Srinivasa then married Padmavati in great pomp and splendour
Clean Gently with a sponge dipped in a non caustic soapy water. and let it set dry. Do not rub to dry.
Do not use bleach, acids or harsh abrasives on marble.