The excessive beauty of a marble statue lies in the way it is sculpted, its smooth and glossy texture and its color. This Ganesha statue is sculpted realistically on a single white marble. He sits here in lalitasana on his royal rectangular throne, decorated with two red boosters on either sides and stylish legs, which is placed on a thick multicolored pedestal.
Ganesha is the god of everyman, his friendly nature and calmness allows all to befriend with him; garbed here in kesari colored ankle length dhoti having an artistic red border and elegant golden colored circular motifs along with a similar motif bright purple colored stole that falls across his shoulders and ends a bit below the throne. Not only the attires, his thick gold necklace, bracelets, anklets and a complementing royal crown highlights his supremacy and beauty.
Chaturbhuja blesses the devotees of fearlessness by his right hand and left holds the motichoor laddoo which he cannot resist to eat, while rear hands carry the iconic divine implements. The sculptor has put his utmost creativity in beautifying Ganesha’s usual features, as can be seen by the natural looking deep and intense eyes, red patriarchal trident on forehead, a descending floral tattooed trunk and the large flappy ears colored in pink with parallel horizontal motifs. Ganesha’s vahana, mouse, sits on the pedestal carrying a laddoo near his lord’s feet. The soothing and positive view of this portly figure is enhanced by the perfect and charming structure of this statue.