Ganesha is one of the most popular gods of Hinduism and the Lord of the ganas i.e. the leader of the group. He is the first deity who awakens in our spiritual meditation and guides us on the path of success and happiness. Here Ganesha enjoys himself, while eating his favorite laddoo on a swing in a lalitasan posture.
Swing has solid braided chains, held by beautiful parrots’ mouth on both the sides. These long tailed parrots sit on long stylized sticks attached to a rectangular heightened pedestal with lotus leaf border and ethnic carvings at the front. The mouse (Ganesha’s sacred vehicle) at the front left corner of pedestal pays obeisance to his lord.
The minute briefings at the face and trunk highlight Ganesha’s characteristic features along with this voguish dhoti tied below his fat belly and an ancient temple like crown. He sits in a blessing Mudra, holding an axe and a pasha (noose) respectively in his rear arms, symbolic of demolishing of evil. This sumptuous statue of Ganesha is quite rare and very elegantly depicted.
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