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Ganesha, seated here in the posture of Maharajalalisana i.e. of the great royal ease - one leg folded at the groin and the other raised with the heel on the floor, the arm resting on the raised knee. In the two right hands he holds the usual attributes, the elephant goad and the noose. In the upper left hand he holds the pink coloured lotus which blooms in the day. Ganesha holds a serpent in the lower left hand, a symbol most often associated with his father Siva. He is adorned with gold ornaments, strings of pearls and gems and a crown with a prabhavali. His shoulder cloth is seen slipping off his shoulders and entwined around his arms.
In the foreground lies a shallow bowl and a purna kalasha denoting prosperity. A tiny mouse, unproportionate to Ganesha's image, is placed on the extreme right.
This description by Renu Rana.