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In Hindu Religion, Lord Ganesha is the god of everyman, revered as the primary deity before starting with any auspicious or inauspicious event in every part of the world. He sits here in lalitasana on a heightened throne, carved in the most wonderous layered patterns having boosters on either side and is placed on a thin pedestal with a slight curve in the front and sides occupied by a water Kalas
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Salutations to Lord Ganesha -son of Uma-Mahadev, who has an elephant-head, being attended by the band of his followers (GANANATHA), dines his favourite wood-apple and rose–apple fruits, who is the cause of the destruction of all sorrows, Whose feet are like lotus. One should observe Ganesha with full devotion, feel his qualities and waves such as immensity, pride and fearlessness, immense streng
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The mukhamandala (countenance) of Lord Ganesha emerges straight from a resplendent sun. A circular row of the Devanagari inscription of aum, a sacred life-affirming syllable, forms a halo around His head. In fact the sun itself is the halo of Lord Ganesha but, unlike other haloed sculptures in Indian iconography, this one does not comprise a discrete circular diskette at the back of the deity’s
The mukhamandala (countenance) of Lord Ganesha emerges straight from a resplendent sun. A circular r
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A kingly Lord Ganesha sits on the throne. From the lalitasana of His limbs to the ample regalia of His person, He looks every bit the ruler of paraloka and ihaloka alike, over the hearts of numerous devotees who consider Him the jewel of Shiva-Parvati. He is shashtabhujadhari: conchs and the Sudarshan chakra and the gesture of blessing in His hands, and of course a freshly made laddoo in the anter
A kingly Lord Ganesha sits on the throne. From the lalitasana of His limbs to the ample regalia of H
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Lord Ganesha's nature is to shower fortune and bliss wherever he is worshipped and here also he is holding a traditional lamp via chain by his twisted trunk. Well, in this illustration, Shri Ganesha's sweet face represents all the attributes of his personality, such as; his smartness, cuteness, attentiveness, childish expressions along with the lotus eyes, all these features are filled i
Lord Ganesha's nature is to shower fortune and bliss wherever he is worshipped and here also he
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This is the statue of the spiritual Guru Sai Baba. Devotees call him a saint and fakir. He was born in a Brahman family and later brought up by a Muslim fakir and his wife. He believed in true devotion, inner peace, charity, love, and forgiveness. He gave the name ‘Dwarkamai’ to the small mosque in which he lived, which is situated in Shirdi (a small town in Maharashtra). He never cared about
This is the statue of the spiritual Guru Sai Baba. Devotees call him a saint and fakir. He was born
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Chaturbhuja Ganesha stands in a dancing position with his right leg upwards placed on a thin stand. Postured on a round platform located on a squared stand with a pedestal below and comprises of a small mouse illustration. This holy brass structure also holds important cultural as well as traditional attributes. While holding his divine implements, Ganesha wears an adorably crafted crown, holding
Chaturbhuja Ganesha stands in a dancing position with his right leg upwards placed on a thin stand.
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The greatness of loving God Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and the son of Shiva, is echoed worldwide in Hinduism, even by the satgurus, temples, and scriptures. He is the one for all, whose presence as a vital part of daily life’s experiences of his devotees helps them have a tension-free life, without any obstructions. The finite quality of this Ganesha brass sculpture induces a feeling of charm
The greatness of loving God Ganesha, the Lord of Dharma, and the son of Shiva, is echoed worldwide i
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Butter is used to symbolize the solid, steady mind that is fixed on God, For instance, before starting any major enterprise, a Hindu will perform a ceremony dedicated to Lord Ganesha- the Elephant God. As a kind of metaphysical actor, butter stars in numerous religious rituals created by our ancestors long ago. Because butter was often perceived as a divine mystery in itself, hidden in milk and te
Butter is used to symbolize the solid, steady mind that is fixed on God, For instance, before starti
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Lord Ganesha, known for his intellect and loving heart, is the beloving god that is known to clear even the most difficult paths. He is also called Lambodhara, which means Guardian of Wealth and prosperity. Shiva and Parvati’s son, Lord Ganesha, was assassinated by Lord Shiva’s wrath. Upon recognizing this, Shiva to honor his son brought him back with an elephant head and endowed him a blessin
Lord Ganesha, known for his intellect and loving heart, is the beloving god that is known to clear e
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The silhouette of Ganesha is unmistakable. The chubby limbs, the pot belly, the signature trunk, and the large ears are each enough to give away His sacred presence. The adorable boy-deity of the Hindu pantheon, Ganesha is arguably the most deeply loved deity; His icons, the most widely stocked up on. This Ganesha is small enough to fit into the palm of the devotee, the gracious lines of the sculp
The silhouette of Ganesha is unmistakable. The chubby limbs, the pot belly, the signature trunk, and
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Gentle and wise and perfect in every way, Lord Ganesha is the widely revered son of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. Ganesha Brass Statue is adored by devotees for His childlike form and disposition, which gives Him a high propensity to mete out blessings and boons to those who simply turn to him. In this life-sized sculpture, He is seated in all His cosmic glamour upon a curvaceous multi-tiered thron
Gentle and wise and perfect in every way, Lord Ganesha is the widely revered son of Lord Shiva and D
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This extremely lovable form of Lord Ganesha depicts him in his royal grandeur with the legs folded in utkutasana and the right ankle supporting his large portly belly. He is carved here in a simple four-armed figure, yet so uncommon and new in its visual effects. The superfine quality and noble lustre highlights his divine aura. Ganesha is the foremost deity worshipped in the entire Hindu pantheon
This extremely lovable form of Lord Ganesha depicts him in his royal grandeur with the legs folded i
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Ganesha is an unborn and formless deity sculpted here in a magnificent form. He is the lord of the universe who rules its various atoms and energies to avoid chaos; he is the consciousness that is omnipresent and marks as the beginner of any auspicious or inauspicious task or activity. He is enthroned here on a pedestal chiseled in beauteous lotus leaves all around its circumference and it is plac
Ganesha is an unborn and formless deity sculpted here in a magnificent form. He is the lord of the u
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Salutations to Lord Ganesha -son of Uma-Mahadev, who has an elephant-head, being attended by the band of his followers (GANANATHA), dines his favourite wood-apple and rose–apple fruits, who is the cause of the destruction of all sorrows, Whose feet are like lotus. One should observe Ganesha with full devotion, feel his qualities and waves such as immensity, pride and fearlessness, immense streng
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This large bellied and elephant faced, Lord Ganesha holds the power to remove all obstacles to have a fruitful and healthy life. Ganesha was given a boon, that he would be worshipped as the primary deity before the start of any auspicious event, which is consciously or unconsciously done by the whole mankind. This large Ganesha brass sculpture is a super fine piece of beauty because of its large s
This large bellied and elephant faced, Lord Ganesha holds the power to remove all obstacles to have
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India’s rich spirituality begins with Lord Ganesha; softens the karma and guides dharma. Ganesha reigns over our beginnings, our changes, earthly decisions and problems. This wonderful Hindu deity is the one closest to the material plane of consciousness, most easily contacted and most able to assist us in our day-to-day life and concerns. The superfine carvings of this brass sculpture form a re
India’s rich spirituality begins with Lord Ganesha; softens the karma and guides dharma. Ganesha r
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Much has been written about Ganesha. As Hindu dharma's most adorable boy-deity, He has inspired countless artisans and painters, and poets across the subcontinent since time immemorial; and how could He not? So overcome by love are His devotees - and so widespread His followers - that His form is ubiquitous on the streets, inside homes, and across commercial establishments in India. This is b
Much has been written about Ganesha. As Hindu dharma's most adorable boy-deity, He has inspired
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It is not just His childlike innocence that makes Ganesha one of the most popular deities of the Indian pantheon. The adorable form of a chubby little boy, His generosity with blessings and boons, and that unfailing love of laddoos - so much so that His iconography is incomplete without a bunch of the delectable Indian sweetmeat in the picture - endear Him to His devotees. The fateful Samudra-Mant
It is not just His childlike innocence that makes Ganesha one of the most popular deities of the Ind
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This brass image of Ganapati, small in size but immeasurable in its magnificence and grandeur, defines his Vira Ganapati – the ‘valiant warrior’ form, one of his initial thirty-four classical forms which early texts, the eighth century Maudgalya Purana in special, have identified or conceived. Though exceptionally beautiful and endowed with divine aura, Vira Ganapati, primarily a votive form
This brass image of Ganapati, small in size but immeasurable in its magnificence and grandeur, defin
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We devote our thought to the one-tusked Lord, Aum ekadantaya vidmahe, vakratundaya dhimahe, tanno dantih prachodayat. We meditate upon Him who has a curved trunk. May the tusked One guide us on the right path. This is precisely for what we worship Lord Ganesh. The single tusked, or the one tusk broken form of Ganesh suggests that for accomplishing his devotee's prayer he would not hesitate in
We devote our thought to the one-tusked Lord, Aum ekadantaya vidmahe, vakratundaya dhimahe, tanno da
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This is a stylized statue of the brass form of Lord Ganesha (the god of remover of obstacles and provider of happiness). The quirky long trunk is forming a ‘C’ and resting on his folded legs. A slight outstretch from the sides at the top represent his artistic ears. There is a small leaf-like texture on the right knee symbolizing his hand blessing people for fearlessness. The sharp eyes are lo
This is a stylized statue of the brass form of Lord Ganesha (the god of remover of obstacles and pro
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This exceptionally ornate brass statue is an example of highly balanced anatomy with delightfully distributed right and left – a strange symmetry with the center unable to contain its line and mincing to the figure’s overall rhythm: the navel and abdomen tilting to the left, and the little inflated right breast, to further right, represents Lord Ganesha in a posture as if commanding and assuri
This exceptionally ornate brass statue is an example of highly balanced anatomy with delightfully di
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Vrishavahana in Sanskrit means 'one who rides the bull', who is none other than the fierce destroyer-god, Shiva. Lord Shiva is portrayed as the Vrishavahana in this intricately replete brass sculpture from the Exotic India collection, His arm resting presumably on the back of Nandi (His divine vahana, a legendary bull). Shiva Sculpture: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hi
Vrishavahana in Sanskrit means 'one who rides the bull', who is none other than the fierce
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A supreme master of all knowledge, intelligence and wisdom, as can be analysed from his name Ganapati, where ‘Ga’ means buddhi (intelligence), ‘Na’ means vijnana (wisdom) and ‘Pati’ means master. His benevolence allows him to be honoured as the first among the celestials before the commencement of any auspicious ceremony for enlightening it to a successful finish without any obstru
A supreme master of all knowledge, intelligence and wisdom, as can be analysed from his name Ganapat
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