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The Warrior Siddhi Vinayaka Ganesha - Large Size
Ganesha is the primary worshipped deity in the entire Hindu pantheon; this wooden sculpture is a remarkable artifact aptly justifying him to be the revered son of Lord Shiva, creator and destructor of universe. Just like Nataraja, Ganehsa poses in a ferocious stance with the head slightly tilted; eyes widened up in anger and hold a Trishula, as a symbol of his patriarchy, in the action of killing the demon Apasmara personifying ignorance. The sculptor has used a distinctive color combination of white and orange to beautify this sculpture along with tinges of silver that let his ornaments shine. The demon in the color of darkness, justifies his nature and action, lies on a stylized three layered lotus pedestal, suppressed by Ganesha’s divine feet. His large portly belly represents the whole cosmos, the seven realms above and below and the seven oceans inside it; the structure of his belly covers the jeweled kamarband tied beneath. The striated trunk is turned towards right identifying him as Siddhi Vinayaka, as Ganapati’s wife, Siddhi resides to his right. Posterior hands carry his warrior weapons with the tripundra tilak and the South Indian style carved flower haloed crown is glorified on his Elephant head. The green colored stole that hangs on sides gives a beautiful contrast to the sober colored large statue.
The Warrior Siddhi Vinayaka Ganesha - Large Size
Ganesha is the primary worshipped deity in the entire Hindu pantheon; this wooden sculpture is a remarkable artifact aptly justifying him to be the revered son of Lord Shiva, creator and destructor of universe. Just like Nataraja, Ganehsa poses in a ferocious stance with the head slightly tilted; eyes widened up in anger and hold a Trishula, as a symbol of his patriarchy, in the action of killing the demon Apasmara personifying ignorance. The sculptor has used a distinctive color combination of white and orange to beautify this sculpture along with tinges of silver that let his ornaments shine. The demon in the color of darkness, justifies his nature and action, lies on a stylized three layered lotus pedestal, suppressed by Ganesha’s divine feet. His large portly belly represents the whole cosmos, the seven realms above and below and the seven oceans inside it; the structure of his belly covers the jeweled kamarband tied beneath. The striated trunk is turned towards right identifying him as Siddhi Vinayaka, as Ganapati’s wife, Siddhi resides to his right. Posterior hands carry his warrior weapons with the tripundra tilak and the South Indian style carved flower haloed crown is glorified on his Elephant head. The green colored stole that hangs on sides gives a beautiful contrast to the sober colored large statue.
Flower Seller in Meena Bazaar
In the Mughal era, a visit to Meena Bazaar accounted as a day of joy; famous for traditional clothes and accessories for women along with mesmerized decorations and a whole-lot-of laughter and fun. A miniature of the same shown on this page, flourishes us in excitement on seeing a flower seller who has put her stall for the first time on that day in the ancient white structured shop; she has a full stock of colorful flowers of all varieties- bouquets wrapped in paper, placed beautifully in various shapes and sizes of pots, some hanging on the roof while others are hung or piled up in a weaved garland. The vibrant beauty of flowers and their sweet fragrance catches the attention of the dasis, who come running towards the damsels, all dressed up in usual elegant attires, to purchase flowers either to decorate their homes or to adorn themselves in flower jewellery and gajra to lure their lovers. The consciously happy and calm expressions of the sellers fill them in ecstasy and love to have a happy flower shopping. This colorful mural is framed in a contrasting deep golden ancient border and bright gold flower patches giving an essence of the historic era.
Flower Seller in Meena Bazaar
In the Mughal era, a visit to Meena Bazaar accounted as a day of joy; famous for traditional clothes and accessories for women along with mesmerized decorations and a whole-lot-of laughter and fun. A miniature of the same shown on this page, flourishes us in excitement on seeing a flower seller who has put her stall for the first time on that day in the ancient white structured shop; she has a full stock of colorful flowers of all varieties- bouquets wrapped in paper, placed beautifully in various shapes and sizes of pots, some hanging on the roof while others are hung or piled up in a weaved garland. The vibrant beauty of flowers and their sweet fragrance catches the attention of the dasis, who come running towards the damsels, all dressed up in usual elegant attires, to purchase flowers either to decorate their homes or to adorn themselves in flower jewellery and gajra to lure their lovers. The consciously happy and calm expressions of the sellers fill them in ecstasy and love to have a happy flower shopping. This colorful mural is framed in a contrasting deep golden ancient border and bright gold flower patches giving an essence of the historic era.

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