Height 2.5 ft
Materials: We have used Black stone in this beautiful Ganesha Statue.
Ganesha, the chubby, helpful, expert, elephant-headed, is one of Hinduism’s most loved gods. Ganapati is the remover of problems, believers first greet him when they visit a temple. Ganesh is also a leader of words and of knowledge.
Ganesha, also spelled Ganesh, also called Ganapati, elephant-headed Hindu god of origins, who is traditionally chanted before any important work and is the leader of academics, bankers, scribes, and authors.
His name indicates both “Lord of the People” (Gana means the ordinary people) and “Lord of the Ganas” (Ganesha is the chief of the ganas, the goblin hosts of Shiva).
Ganpati Bappa Murti is potbellied and normally described as holding in his hand a few round Indian sweets, of which he is inordinately loving.
Vinayagar Statue carrier(vahana) is the large Indian bandicoot rat, which indicates Ganesha’s capacity to accomplish anything to get what he needs. Like a rat and like an elephant, Ganesha is a remover of barriers. The 10-day late-summer (August–September) celebration Ganesh Chaturthi is performed to him.
In Ganesha’s four hands, he keeps several articles, as do many gods. These things are mainly essential for signifying how each god can help us develop during life.
In this Ganpati Bappa Murti, on one hand, carries a rope, which implies Ganpati’s capability to help pick us up towards our ultimate aim of understanding and freedom. Another hand keeps an axe to cut all likings with the impermanent and physical world we continually grasp for.
In his third hand, he holds a bowl full of sweets, which depicts rewards for spiritual progress. His fourth hand is often shown in a mudra, with the most common depiction of him showing the blessing mudra, which looks almost similar to the Abhaya or ‘fearless’ mudra.
This Vinayagar Statue hand gesture is taken by many deities as a way of blessing those who worship them. Other hands are in Dancing mudras.
Mudras are various movements often made with the hands in order to direct the mind and direct subtle energy towards a certain place. They are highly symbolic and are said to be very powerful in the Yogic tradition.
The Stone Ganesh Statue signifies strength and power and is also considered to be a strength for both the physical heart and the heart chakra. The position of the hands clasped in front of the chest with the elbows wide signifies security but also implies that our biggest barriers are often caused by ourselves.
As Vinayagar Statue is all about strength and power, much of his symbolism is related to safeguarding us from life’s physical and subtle barriers.
- The sheer excellence of this Ganesha Statue and the immensity of this statue are mesmerizing.
- This Ganesha Statue would certainly bring a special piece of serenity to any temple or garden.
- Our artisan creates this with a single block of Blackstone, which enhances its durability in many folds.
- This Stone Ganesh Statue is completely one of a kind. Any alterations are possible on a customized piece, as per our Art Lover customer’s choice.
- This Vinayagar Statue is one of the best art pieces in the gallery of The Stone Studio.