This unusual brass sculpture of Vighnaharta Sri Ganesha has a shining silver colored base loaded with bright and balanced garbs of reconstituted stones. The skin fit blue top, as can be identified by the bulging belly and the red dhoti enhance the lavishness of this mighty god. He is the ruler among all the deities of the Hindu pantheon, worshipped primarily in every sacred or non sacred ritual; famous for his distinguished elephant-like head and other attributes of being a saviour, a friend, a patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom.
The purity and serenity of the fitted and mesmerized double lotus pedestal compliments to that of the divine Chaturbhuja, who in his lalitasana is joyously engaged in the act of eating the tasty motichoor laddoo as can be seen by the instant movement of his realistic trunk towards the laddoo; by holding his sacred weapons- parasu (axe) and pasa (noose) in the rear hands and the right front hand in a gesture of blessing represents his vigilance and preparation for abolition of the evil to create a world full of love, truth, peace and happiness.
The texture of the enticing colourful jewellery and the large elephant ears aptly add to the gracious beauty of the Godhead. The flower haloed distinctive double layered crown along with the chiselled deep eyes sparkle the essence of his divine aura; Shaivite tilak imprinted in the centre of his forehead highlight the carried patronage of Lord Shiva.