Ganesha is revered in Hinduism popularly as Vighnaharta (one who removes obstacles) and also worshipped first before the start of any auspicious event or celebration to have an easy flow of work; he is the only god who shares a similar bond with every child and adult because of his childlike innocence and love for his devotees. This Ganesha sculpture is sculpted in his iconic paunchy belly and sits comfortably on his sacred vahana, mouse, who stands on a stylized double layered flower pedestal. The sculptor has beautifully played with the color palette while coloring this sculpture in a bright green and divine orange hue and the vahana has a self patterned shade of a unique black, green and yellow blend.
Unlike the usual ways, his well striated trunk is postured high towards the left and holds a beautiful double lotus. Chaturbhuja carries his favorite fruit, Mango and the broken tusk in his anterior hands highlighting his child behavior and immense dedication respectively. Posterior hands carry the implements used to demolish evils, all carved in a magnificent style.
The color of Ganesha’s garbs and embellishments complement beautifully, enhancing the bright color of his skin. The sun haloed crown glorified on his head is carved in mesmerizingly beauteous patterns in multiple layers. The intense shine and glow of this Ganesha statue captures the attention of the viewers.