This large bellied and elephant faced, Lord Ganesha holds
the power to remove all obstacles to have a fruitful and healthy life. Ganesha
was given a boon, that he would be worshipped as the primary deity before the
start of any auspicious event, which is consciously or unconsciously done by the
whole mankind. This large Ganesha brass sculpture is a superfine piece of
beauty because of its large size, extraordinary carvings and realistic features,
which can ornate your surroundings in an aura of spirituality and aesthetic beauty.
The throne on which Ganesha sits, is carved with utmost traditionality, perfection and an essence of beauty. The multi-layered pedestal has a charming row of elephants carved in the bottom followed by a layer of lotus petals. The two mice (Ganesha’s sacred vahana) sit on either side of the throne with their heads up in obeisance to the Lord, holding a laddoo each.
Enwrapped with Shiva’s serpent on his portly belly and the trunk folded from below holds his favourite motichoor laddoo. Ganesha is embellished in the most luxurious jewels with a long floral carved necklace reaching to his legs and its pattern complements with the richly ornated crown having a floral carved aureole behind. Chaturbhuja holds his iconic weapons of destruction of evil in his rear hands and his anterior hands hold a bowl of laddoos and his broken tusk respectively. Garbed in a superfine decorated dhoti and a pleated stole, this brass Ganesha sculpture represents him of a kingly order.
As you zoom in to the prabhavali, you will be amazed by its rich ethnic carvings having deities, Shiva, Lakshmi and Saraswati carved in absolute perfection and other traditional designs of flowers and vines towards the top. The stylized parasol at the top is beautified with ringing bells at the brim and decorated with a peacock and blooming lotus broch at the centre of prabhavali. This large Ganesha brass sculpture is carved in the best of its kind.
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