CODE NO.: 7528
The benign divinity of Bappa ornated to perfection...! The extensive detail in which colours are used over this 1.5 feet Ganpati statue is second to none. The head crown, the divine halo in the backdrop, the jewelry and the borders of the robe have been given a royal golden touch as a mark of opulence and prosperity. The palm of each hand has been given a pinkish texture as a symbol of auspicious occurrences. A deep yellow colour has been given to the sweets (modak) in the bowl and trunk of lord Ganesha. Stone statue of Ganesha ji with modak in trunk believes to display the fact that the lord assures reward to those who work hard and there will be abundant success in lives of those who work diligently and keep the faith in God. The four armed Ganesha statue is the symbol of the four internal attributes associated with a subtle body, i.e. ego (Ahamkara), mind (Manas), conditioned conscience (Chitta) and intellect (Buddhi). Place this Hindu God statue of Vinayaka in the correct manner according to Vastu to welcome good luck, prosperity, harmony and goodwill to your premises.
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Let's have a look at features of this hand carved marble Ganesha statue with pedestal: