It is a brass statue of Bal Ganesha (Ganesha in his childhood). Lord Ganesha is the first deity to be worshipped before the beginning of any work. He is the god of everyman, as he is the Vighnaharta, which means the one who removes all hindrances of life. Ganesha in his child form is always seen playing and enjoying with other children, spreading happiness and charm all around.
This posture of Ganesha gives an overall look of relaxation and joyousness. His neck is tilted slightly towards the back in an ease. His right hand is a little upwards holding his sacred vehicle mooshak (mouse) and looking at him with naughty eyes in a playful manner. In left hand he is holding his favorite sweet modak (laddoo) wanting to eat them. His left elbow is resting on a booster (Cylinder shaped cushion). The left leg is folded sideways and the right leg is in a somewhat elevated posture. He has a small trunk with beautiful striations, which is going upwards and then folding a bit indicating the mouse to play with him. He is wearing a small necklace with a round pendant and a sacred thread (Janeu) going down from the left shoulder, crossing the stomach, going towards the backbone and joining the shoulder again. Small two teeth are visible on either sides of the trunk. His elephant like ears are beautifully designed, right foot is peeping out on the floor from the dhoti. These small briefings are making the statue look more adorable and enchanting.
The visual of the face is like that of a small kid smiling and spreading happiness. This posture of Ganesha brings a soothing smile on the viewer’s face and makes it look blissful.