Ganesha is dancing against an ochre ground. He matches Shiva Nataraja in the most subtle postures of the dance. Ganesha is dressed in a bright dhoti and a blue upper cloth. He wears the sacred thread of the twice born. He wears a beautiful crown with a halo behind it and also bracelets & armlets in his arms. Especially noteworthy are his heavy anklets. Strings of pearls and emeralds adorn his neck & chest. In this dancing posture, he raises his right leg and bends it inwards. His trunk too is symmetrically turned inwards in joy. Ganesha holds a noose in his upper left hand. The noose helps us to control human passions. In the upper right hands he holds the elephant goad, goading us to dance to his tune.
This painting was created in the city of Kishangarh, Rajasthan. The artist is Shri Manohar Saini.
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