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Four Armed Ganesha Standing Against the Arch

Four Armed Ganesha Standing Against the Arch
$275.00
Known to be the one who eliminates all the miseries, Shri Ganesha ( Vinayaka), the God of learning( Vidhya Dayak), and the remover of obstacles (Vighneshwar), is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi. He is usually praised with affection at the start of any Hindu ritual or ceremony or the beginning of any script. His elephantine depiction has a deeper symbolic meaning as Ganesha's large size signifies his metaphysical ability to remove obstacles in his devotees' lives. Ganesha is honored as the patron of arts and sciences, intellect, and wisdom.

This splendid standing murti of Lord Ganesha having four arms is made of Panchaloha Bronze from Swamimalai. Holding a noose, a goad, his favorite sweet modak in each of the three hands and the fourth lower right hand bestows blessings. This posture, also known as ‘abhyanga’( means no bent body ) signifies rigidity and right attitude. Standing firmly on a stunning triple-layered Lotus pedestal from which a superbly carved Arch starts and curved at the top in a mehrab shape with floral & toran designs.

Attired in a vibrant dhoti and bejeweled with ornaments and kanthamalas, Ganesha is standing against the arch, the long beautiful curved trunk safely carrying a coconut, adorned with a marvelous long conical mukut, the sacred omkar on the trunk, two beautiful small eyes, two tusks, the holy three shiva- lines All his attributes signifies the celebration of life, vast intellect and knowledge, determination, wisdom, and power. power of concentration, adjustability and adaptability, the two paths of right and wrong, The Standing Ganesha idols are also very popular and can be placed in your house, office, a car for success, energy, and enthusiasm to work.

Item Code: ZEN566
Specifications:
Panchaloha Bronze Statue from Swamimalai
6.70 inch Height X 4.20 inch Width x 2.30 inch Depth
0.90 Kg.

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