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The Upanishads sing poems of the syllable that is artistically moulded here to seat within itself, Lord Ganesha, the creator and remover of all obstacles. Wearing an intricately jeweled crown and seated in the position of royal ease, Ganesha looks like a regal divinity. In accordance with iconographic requirements Ganesha is shown with only one complete tusk, the other - which was severed from his head, is held in his lower right hand. In the lower left hand he holds his favourite modakas. The other two hands hold his attributes, the elephant goad and the noose. A serpent is coiled around his protruding belly forming the 'udarband'. Ganesha is suitably ornamented as he sits to rule the cosmos.
The image rests upon a semi-circular pedestal upon which sits the mouse, Ganesha's vehicle.
This description by Renu Rana.