Ganesha is an unborn and formless deity sculpted here in a magnificent form. He is the lord of the universe who rules its various atoms and energies to avoid chaos; he is the consciousness that is omnipresent and marks as the beginner of any auspicious or inauspicious task or activity. He is enthroned here on a pedestal chiseled in beauteous lotus leaves all around its circumference and it is placed on a low level flat chowki. Mooshakraj (Ganesha’s vahana) sits towards the left in obeisance to his lord.
Ganesha is garbed in an elegant dhoti embellished with lustrous jewels at the hem and the lavish kamarband is slightly visible beneath his portly belly. The sculptor has ornated the deity with amazing treasures like necklaces, bracelets, armlets, earrings, decorated shoulders and trunk along with a serpent wrapped around his belly. The distinctive carve here is the long Kirtimukha lotus designed neckband that goes long till his feet and veils his entire body and the long sleek crown, heavily carved in South Indian temple style in multiple layers.
Chaturbhuja blesses the devotees of abhaya and posterior hands hold a stylishly hewed conch and axe respectively. The smoothly carved elephant head and flappy ears symbolize enormous knowledge and wisdom and a discipline to listen more. The subtle eyes and the glow of this statue enhances the divinely persona.