From our vintage collection - An exquisite sculpture of Elephant God Ganesha handcrafted into a pure brass rock face with fine detail by artisans from the South of India.
Ganesha is seen sitting in front of a temple frame or Prabhavali on his throne under the Mythical Yali often seen sculpted on pillars of temples in South India.
The temple frame displays intricate engravings of floral motifs and tiny figures on the pillars. The backdrop of the rustic rock face enhances the beauty of this vintage piece - A collectors item for sure.
Ganesha is one of the most popular god of The Hindus and the most worshiped God in Hinduism. He is the God of wisdom, success and good luck and also giver of different types of favors.
The Hindu tradition calls Ganesha as the Vighneshvara. "Vighneshvara" in Sanskrit language means one who is the lord of obstacles or difficulties. Thus, the Hindu tradition states that by worshiping Ganesha, one can remove all obstacles and difficulties and considered auspicious.
Measures : Length 16 cm x Depth 6 cm x Height 13 cm
Weight : 950 grams