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Ganesha Paintings

Ashtabhuja-dhari Nrittya Ganesha
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13.0 inches X 20.0 inches
$115.00
Dancing Ganesha
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36.0" X 44.0"
$445.00
Ganesha and Kundalini
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9.5" X 6.0"
$240.00
Shri Ganesha
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8.5" X 5.7"
$310.00
Lord Ganesha
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1.3 ft x 1.8 ft
$160.00
Equestrian Ganesha
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7.5 inches X 12.0 inches
$205.00
Dancing Ganesha with Umbrella
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8.0" X 9.5"
$195.00
Nrittya Ganesha
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7.0" X 9.4"
$150.00
Life of Ganesha
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23.0" X 41.5"
$305.00
A Softly Rendered Ganesha
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7.3" X 9.4"
$170.00
Ganesha with Siddhi & Buddhi
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2.8 ft x 3.5 ft
$335.00
Dancing Ganesha with a Wheatish Complexion
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Enthroned Ganesha
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1.1 ft x 1.6 ft
$125.00
Ganesha's Association with Saraswati
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Pink Ganesha in Tribhanga
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12.0" x 17.5"
$95.00
Dancing Ganesha
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12.0" x 18.5"
$95.00
Ravana Disturbs Kailasha
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17.5" x 11.5"
$125.00
Red Ganesha with a White Elephant Head
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Dancing Ganesha
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12.0" x 18.0"
$105.00
Lord Ganesha
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6.0" X 7.8"
$105.00
Shiva and Parvati Venerated by Ganesha
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Paintings of Lord Ganesha

Ganapati or Ganesha, the lord of hosts and god of wisdom, who is also called Vighnesvara (“the lord presiding over obstacles”), has an obese human body topped by the head of an elephant. Worshiped throughout Hinduism, he is invoked at the beginning of any enterprise, for his is the power to remove obstacles but also to place them in the way of success. His shape is a symbol charged with meaning on many levels. His huge belly, containing the world, is surmounted by his elephant head, signifying the world beyond, the metaphysical reality. The head is maimed; it has only one tusk, thus signifying the power of the number one, whence all numbers have their beginning.