20" Sitting Lord Ganesha | Brass Lord Ganesha
Brown Gold
Brown Gold
Natural Brass
Natural Brass

20" Sitting Lord Ganesha | Brass Lord Ganesha

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$700

This sitting lord Ganesha brass masterpiece depicts Tryakshara Ganapati, one of Ganesha 32 forms. The majesty of the compassionate God Ganesha, the Lord of righteousness and Lord Shiva's son, is reflected throughout Hinduism. Lord Ganesha is the beneficent guardian of his worshippers, bestowing the “desired wishes” upon them. This Ganapati is worshipped as the lord who can help people concentrate.  People can get good spiritual knowledge and progress on the path of self-realization by meditating on Tryakshara Ganapati and praying to him sincerely.

Brown Gold
Brown Gold
Natural Brass
Natural Brass
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Item Code: ZEQ048
Specifications:
BRASS
20.50 inch Height X 10.00 inch Width X 8.50 inch Depth
12.49 kg
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23 years in business
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
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More than 1M+ customers worldwide
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This brass statue of magnificent Ganesha is seated on a lotus plinth. His halo is made up of a circle of minuscule paisleys. Lord Ganesha is framed by a broad, elegant peacock aureole. In this sculpture, he is seated in all his cosmic glamour upon a curvaceous multi-tiered throne. His mouse, mooshika has been given rest as the rodents by his side pray to him while Ganesha's legs are folded in the traditional lalitasana. 


Fine handiwork, sensitive subject treatment, exquisite bodily balance, and profound emotionality lend it a distinct aesthetic value and worth. The statue is a great example of how a bodice of the divine may be transformed into a marvellous delineation. 


This brass Ganesha idol honours the Lord by adorning him with a gorgeous throne arch that adds to the sculpture's attractiveness. Ganesha in this idol is painted to highlight all of the attributes that represent various life lessons. The axe in one hand signifies him tearing down hurdles, while the modaka on the other hand represents his blessings; his cobra girdle represents Shiva's presence. Welcoming this Ganesha sculpture into your life on auspicious occasions and festivals will cleanse your mind, propel you forward, shower you with prosperity and remove obstacles.



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