Sitting in the position of royal ease, his demeanour seems that of obeisance as he offers flowers to the Shiva linga. His back hands hold his usual attributes, the ankusha and the pasa; the front hands hold the bunch of flowers for the ritual. Ganesha's trunk falls straight and then turns towards the left. His lower garment is as intrinsically carved as his crown. His shoulder cloth falls on either side. The richly bejeweled crown has a prabhavali at the back.
The attributes of one Ganesha image can not be very different from the other but the novelty lies in its presentation, the way the gold polish is used and the details worked upon.
This description by Renu Rana.