Wood carving is one of the important arts of Jaipur. Lord Ganesha is the foremost worshipped deity, before any puja or festival in Hindu religion. This wooden Ganesha sculpture sits on a pleasing lotus throne in his usual posture and eats a laddoo carried by the stylistically folded trunk with the dhoti tied below his navel and falls down till the ankle. It also depicts his faithful mooshak enjoying the taste of the mesmerizing laddoos.
This finely sculpted Chaturbhuja holds a Trishul (trident), which is detachable, patronizing his father’s superiority and right hand is in a gesture of blessing. The rear hands hold a parasvadha (battle axe) and an ankusa (goad) to enable the devotees to fulfill their righteous goals.
Structure of the flower haloed crown is heavenly sculpted with a temple top and compliments the design of his long necklace. Shiva’s serpent, wrapped around his fat belly is carved in supreme splendor and perfection. The curvature of eyes gives a realistic expression of power, care and love at the same time. This superior carved Ganesha spreads a divine aura with its presence.