The beauty of a sculpture lies in the neatness of its carve and the positive vibes that generate when viewed. This Ganesha sculpture is a perfect fit in this as its dull yet glossy golden color highlighted by the sharp black chisels in amazing patterns is a treat to the eyes. He sits here in lalitasana on a low levelled double lotus pedestal carved in an extremely alluring design; attired graciously in a short designer dhoti that covers the knees and a stole that curls from either side. Right hand is scribbled with the sacred Om symbol and blesses the devotees of fearlessness while the left hand carries his favourite modak; rear hands are equipped with a noose and an axe, carved wondrously.
The luxurious jewels of this deity complement with the long-stylized crown, that hints of a turban from below and takes the style of a temple as you approach the top. The most distinctive phenomenon is the carved Kirtimukha as a broch on the crown as well as on the aureole. Lord Ganesha is revered as the primary deity in the entire Hindu pantheon and his generous and giving nature is favoured by all. Trunk approaching the laddoo, is decorated with a long lotus flower symbolizing purity. Zoom in to have a precise look at the beautifully tattooed flappy ears, deeply curved eyes and the Shaivite tilak that glows on his forehead.
His paunchy belly is surrounded by a snake signifying his patronage and the large multiple layered Kirtimukha aureole formed behind his head is carved as one of a kind. The outer layer is carved like that of flower petals at equal distance and connected by a thin chain of multiple coils, while the inner layers coil in flamboyance at the ends to form elegant floral patterns.