Mahavishnu or Lord Vishnu is one of the supreme deities of Hinduism. Ananthasanam which literally means 'Relaxed Pose' shows Him in his characteristic blue colour with His two consorts in the ocean of milk.
Bhudevi seated on Vishnu's right denotes the complete representation of the material world and is an avatar of Mother Earth herself.
Sridevi seated on the left of Vishnu is the Hindu Goddess of wealth, love and prosperity. Both Bhudevi and Sridevi are embodiment of Goddess Lakshmi; who is the fore bringer of good luck. She is the personification of spiritual fulfilment for the mortal being.
All three figures are seated on Ananta Shesha (the king of serpents with thousand heads) protectively guarding them and also symbolically suggesting mastery over kundalini shakti or corporeal energy. This artwork is predominantly characterised in burnt orange hues.