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Double Chola
Natural Brass
Natural Brass

71" The Cosmic Glamour Of Lord Ganesha | Brass Statue | Handmade | Made In India

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Gentle and wise and perfect in every way, Lord Ganesha is the widely revered son of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. He is adored by devotees for His childlike form and disposition, which gives Him a high propensity to mete out blessings and boons to those who simply turn to Him. In this life-sized sculpture, He is seated in all His cosmic glamour upon a curvaceous multi-tiered throne, His legs folded in the traditional lalitasana.

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Item Code: ZCI77
Specifications:
Brass Statue
Height: 71.00 inch
Width: 49.00 inch
Depth: 20.00 inch
Weight: 230 kg
Handmade
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Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
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More than 1M+ customers worldwide

The silken folds of His dhoti gather over the pedestal. At its gold-trim hems is His long-tailed vahana, the mouse, who is looking up to His Lord in veneration. The chaturbhujadhari (four-armed) deity looks on straight ahead with a gaze of invincibility. His elephant face is flanked by large ears which have been adorned with gold, in keeping with the rest of the shringar of His iconography. In fact, the raised-hooded snake that holds in His full belly is an integral part of that shringar.


An ornate crown sits on the boy-deity’s head. Zoom in on the same to appreciate the precision and symmetry with which it has been engraved. A circlet of minuscule paisleys constitutes His halo. A wide, gracious aureole frames the figure of Lord Ganesha. It comprises concentric discs of lotus petals and flowers and balls of flame (indicative of His father, Lord Shiva). A meticulously carved Kirtimukham is to be found at the zenith of the superfine aureole.


Lord Ganesha is one of the gentlest and sweetest deities of the Hindu pantheon. A boy-God by nature with the innocent head of an elephant that His mother, the Goddess Parvati, implanted there, He is famous for His childlike love of sweetmeats and the propensity to bless the beginning of auspicious ventures everywhere. This imposing brass sculpture of the Lord, luxuriantly bejeweled and mounted on an ornate pedestal, will fill your home or office with the essence of divine innocence.


ABOUT HINDU GOD GANESHA


There is much to Lord Ganesha that charm the senses and the soul. Exotic India's lifelike Ganesha sculptures bring it out to perfection. The Hindu boy-god is widely adored for His innocence and His generosity with divine blessings. His childlike appeal lies primarily in His love of laddoos, a quintessential Indian sweetmeat, without which His iconography remains incomplete. He is usually portrayed as Chaturbhuja Ganesha (Sanskrit for 'four-armed'). In one hand He holds a miniature goad or a noose, a weapon He wields over the adharmi; in another His only tusk, with which He wrote the Mahabharata; in another He holds a pot of laddoos; while the palm of His final hand is turned erect and outward in the gesture of blessing.



Exotic India has a vast collection of not just the four-armed Ganesha, but also the sixteen-armed and the dancing Ganesha. There are many sides to His personality, each to bring out a different facet of the devotee's spiritual makeup. The son of Ma Durga, Ganeshaji is a ferocious warrior and boasts of invincible skill that conquers the adharmi. With Shiv ji His father, He breaks into a divine dance routine that becomes His child's limbs and demeanour. An important aspect of Ganesha ji is the trident mark on His forehead, indicative of His father in Whose iconography the trident is indispensable. In some portrayals, He sits with His plump form hunched up over the Mahabharata, the very picture of singular focus.



From exquisite, richly inlaid brass pieces to endemic South Indian bronzes, our Ganesha  murtis come in diverse forms and sizes. Whether you need a resplendent murti for your altar or a small work of art for your website, Exotic India's painstakingly sourced collection will not disappoint you.

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