The Almighty Ganesha sits on a stylized throne with the back in a large carved gate of protection having the visible flowered halo. This portly figure sits in his run-of-the-mill posture; left hand holds laddoos and right in Abhaya Mudra. Rear hands hold a pasa (noose) and mahapurusa (large axe) to demolish the evil doers.
Mice signify Ganesha’s vahana, seven of them represent his love for mooshak and all busy in their wishful works like, being tempted by the laddoo kept on the pedestals, the two in front personify darbans guarding their prabhu and the two on the sides sit on the beautifully carved boosters, with hands joined in obeisance towards the devotees.
The trunk with life-like striations approaches towards left demonstrating his unconditional and uncontrollable love for modak. Adorned with magnificent thick necklace complementing the high-rise crown sculpted out of immense care and concentration. High browed intense eyes and the spectacularly carved elephant ears act as major elements in adding a royal status to the sculpture. The two apsaras on either side of the lord pay homage to this ever-so-friendly Ganesha. The large parasol on top of his head built in expansive three layers with the top like that of a temple, enhances his divinity.