Lord Ganesha, wearing a crown, is seated in the center, between his two loving parents. Father and son both make the Abhaya Mudra (bestowing fearlessness) with their right hands. The only difference being that Shiva’s palm is marked with the sacred syllable OM. Shiva’s long hair is neatly held together by two serpents. The Goddess Parvati wears the traditional Indian dress, consisting of a ghagra skirt reaching down to her feet, and wired nose ring in her nose. A long, as also a short necklace falls down her neck. She wears an elaborate tiara and tow cascades of hair symmetrically fall down her two shoulders. She holds two lotus buds, in various stages of bloom, in her left hand.
The statue was carved in the city of Jaipur (Rajasthan) and the artist is Shri D.N. Thakur.
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