This full-of-joy sculpture of Ganesha is seen dancing in his own rhythm in tribhanga posture with the left leg rose in excitement of nritya and the hands folded on the sides, rest on his waist. The combined structure of this large lifelike elephant ears and the unique conical crown forms the shape of a star with the body of the divine himself. The trunk forms the Valampuri pose and holds his ever-so-favorite laddoo, ready to slide down his mouth.
The chandrama angled as the backdrop, shows the cosmic attributes of this sculpture, accentuating lord Ganesha to be the supreme deity to be worshipped among the masses. Mooshak also enjoys his lord’s playful nritya and runs in excitement on the edge of the half moon. Shaivite tilak glows brightly on his forehead as a mark of his patronage and this ankle length dhoti that he wears slides down in absolute perfection.