To describe the grandiose and elegance that this image possesses in words would be an insurmountable task. Lets try, nevertheless. Seated on an exquisitely carved throne is Ganesha seated in lalitasana. The throne has a majestic feel to it, as does the occupant. Ganesha wears a fine dhoti and a shoulder cloth, the ends of which fall on either side. A waistbelt, armlets, bracelets are all a part of the rich jewellery. The kirita mukuta rests above his elephantine ears. His normal right hand is raised in abhaya mudra and the other holds the ankusha; the upper left hand holds the noose to bring the erring devotees to book. Ganesha holds a big modaka, his favourite sweet in the left hand but surprisingly the trunk doesn't reach out to it but is curled inwards.
The image is monumental by its sheer weight and beauty.
This description by Renu Rana.