Vighnaharta Ganesha is the god of beginnings as he is worshipped before the beginning of any task. A god with the chubby, gentle, wise and an elephant headed face is found in big-small idols in all Hindu houses. As this sculpture is made up of panchaloha bronze statue, it is believed that this metal brings balance in life, self-confidence, good health, fortune, prosperity, peace of mind; the big arch chiselled in floral chains forms the beautiful backdrop depicting a positive vibe around the surroundings.
In this sculpture, Lord Ganesha wears a distinctive circular layered crown that glorifies his head with the large elephant ears disguised in their beauty; Chaturbhuja in his lalitasana posture enthrones on an inverted lotus pedestal and holds his iconic weapons- pasa (noose) and parasu (axe) to abolish the evil; the realistic striations on the trunk head towards Ganesha’s ever-so-lovely modak (laddoo) while the right front hand holds the broken tooth that reminds us of his selfless determination and hardwork for his works; garbed in amazingly striped dhoti and sparkling jewels, this sculpture instead of being the run-of-the-mill, has its exquisite aspects and prospects.
He is depicted as a symbol that how one can get their soul away from the ignorance, ego and from other bad things present in life.