Bharat Mata Statue Bharat Mata is always considered as a national mother and so is depicted in her attire and appearance of the goddess. You would naturally feel a reverence from your heart, immediately you would see her depiction in the statue. She is standing straight holding her head upwards, wearing an Orange-Red Saree, teamed with a sea green color blouse.
There are certain pieces of jewelry, like a golden waste-band two long necklaces as well as bangle. She is holding a saffron flag in her left hand and the right hand she is lifting high to bless others. She is leaning back on the lion, in a manner that she would ride on the lion and use the aggressive lion as her beast vehicle. There is a red “Tilak” on her forehead and the metal color headwear. She seems to reflect a pride, especially in the manner she is standing.
There is a traditional story, which has been famous, quite famous, for centuries, especially among the Indians who are eager about region and traditionalism. A lot have been discussed about the goddess, in a play by Kiran Chandra Bannerjee, named Bharat Mata, which was actually performed in 1873.