Ganesha is the lord of supreme power who helps people reignite themselves in the quest for prosperity and peace. He, the remover of obstacles is known as the ‘Lord of the people’. The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha incarnated with an elephant’s head after Shiva’s ignorance accidentally extirpated Ganesha.
Lord Ganesha in this brass wick lamp, is in the prime shape of ‘S’ sitting with folded legs, a symbol of deep divinity. This lamp is flanked by skillfully crafted attention to detail with Ganesha with the one tusk missing, throwing attention to the story of how Ganesha lost his left tusk. It is said that Ganesha spotted the Moon laughing at him for having fallen off his mouse upon encountering a snake.
This angered Ganesha and he in fit rage cut his tusk and hurled it at the moon. His big ears represent his ability to listen and understand others and grasp ideas. Every minute aspect bears a profound meaning that we can compound into our lives to accomplish our purposes. The wick represents the ability of fire to chase away darkness from the world. The wick lamp delineation by Ganesha is granted as an auspicious element of good fortune, wisdom, success as well as fresh starts.
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