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This is a traditional vigraham (statue) of Lord Ganesha created in Bronze in Chola style.
Ganesha is the son of Parvati and Shiva. He is worshipped as Vighneshwara – Lord of Obstacles, for he has the power to remove and create obstacles in any undertaking. He is worshipped at commencement of any auspicious undertaking, particularly ceremonial or any literary work before other deity.
He came to acquire an elephant head as a result of a series of events and is therefore known as Gajanana (one with elephant face).
This four-armed sculpture is traditional form of Ganesha. He holds Ankusha (goad) in his upper right hand and Paasha (noose) in upper left. He holds his own broken tusk in his lower right hand and carries a Modaka (Indian sweet) - of which he is very fond - in his lower left.
Ganesha is endowed with long, huge belly and small legs. It is believed that his belly contains all the eggs of untold Universes.
The sculpture stands on a solid lotus and square double pedestal.
This is a beautiful statue fit to install at house entrance, temple or any visually accessible spot and it is sure to bring beauty, grace and positivity.