Deepak Ganesha

Deepak GaneshDimension: 10 x 8 x 5 Inches

Ganesha is depicted as wearing a crown and seated on an ornate throne, in this brass idol. The base of the idol has five cups where oil lamps can be lit. There are bells hanging on either side of Ganesha and handles with which the idol can be held. Ganeshaa holds his favorite sweet, a modak in his left hand. His right hand is held open in a gesture of blessing. Auspicious signs decorate his forehead and trunk.

This Ganesha Sculpture weighs 2700 g and is available in the dimensions of 10” x 8” x 5”.


About Ganesha

Ganesha is one of the most loved Indian Gods. Depicted as a plump human body with the head of an elephant, Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati, important deities in the Indian pantheon.

According to legend, Parvati asked Ganesha to guard her door when she went to bathe. Shiva who had spent some time away in meditation, returned to find Ganesha standing guard and refusing to let him enter his own home. Overcome by anger, Shiva killed the child, but stricken by remorse, promised Parvati he would bring Ganesha back to life and replace his head with that of the first living creature he saw next morning. This happened to be an elephant and so Ganesha was revived in his elephant headed form. To this day, elephants are worshipped as incarnations of Ganesha.

Ganesha is worshipped as the remover of obstacles, as the God of wisdom and success. His plump belly symbolizes prosperity, and his large forehead represents intelligence and foresight. He is invoked at the beginning of any journey, wedding ceremony and enterprise.

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