Leda and the Swan is a story and subject in art from Greek mythology in which the god Zeus, in the form of a swan, seduces Leda.
The stories of Greek mythology have entertained people for thousands of years, and even today, the surviving stories have ensured that the names of many figures are still well known.
Zeus was married to Hera, his third immortal wife, but despite being married, Zeus would have many relationships with mortals and immortals, bringing forth a plethora of offspring.
One such relationship was that of Zeus and Leda, a relationship that also produced children for the supreme god.
This Italian Sculpture present at Jai Vilas Palace, Gwalior, India. Belonged to one of the many princely states in India during the time of the British rule