This wooden door lintel has been carved with an addorsed pair of hamsas or sacred swans separated by a sacred, jewelled vase of longevity. The swans have fabulous, foliate tails matched by equally extravagant foliage scrolls that terminate in flowers.
A comparable door lintel dated to the 17th century is illustrated in Bussabarger & Dashew Robins (1968, p. 130).
The example here has obvious age, and a splendid, deep patina.
Bussabarger, R.F. & B. Dashew Robins, The Everyday Art of India, Dover, 1968.