In a Hindu household, the presence of Sri Ganesha as an idol, painting, or symbol is intrinsic to the maintenance of auspicious and fortunate energies. This belief is shared by Hindus across the country, who visualizes Sri Ganesha as the supreme king in their regional idioms, giving rise to innumerable divine representations of the elephant-faced Lord. Here we have one of the most popular forms of Sri Ganesha- four-armed, enthroned, and draped in brilliant Pitambara (yellow garment) in a Thanjavur painting, beautified with traditional colors and 24-karat gold. Emanating heavenly energy from his animated eyes, Lord Ganesha in this artwork radiates strength and auspiciousness from his divine presence.
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