In Hindu tradition, Lord Ganesha is a major deity. He is offered prayers before the other
divinities are worshipped. He is revered as the God of success and wisdom, as well as a
potent abolisher of hurdles, in the path of success.
In this beautiful temple, Goddess Lakshmi, the much-worshipped Hindu goddess of fertility
and material riches, accompanies him on his left. Lakshmi belongs to Tridevi - the holy trinity
of goddesses - along with Saraswati and Parvati. People worship her on Diwali and Lakshmi
Puja. Ganesha and Lakshmi are worshipped together because it signifies that wisdom and
wealth should go hand in hand if you want to lead a better life.
In this beautiful work of art, deities are seated in an intricately designed frame, representing
a temple. They are on a Lotus pedestal, surrounded by a Kirtimukha prabhavali. They are
adorned with beautiful jewelry. Lord Ganesha is depicted with an elephant head and a
human body wearing a dhoti on the lower part. He has four hands one is in Abhaya mudra,
the other is holding an elephant goad, the third is carrying a noose and the fourth is holding a
modak. Near his feet, he has his vehicle, the rat.
Goddess Lakshmi is wearing a saree and she too has four arms. Her two hands are holding
lotuses on top of which a Kalash is placed, symbolizing moksha. The third hand is in Varada
mudra and the fourth is in the Abhaya mudra. The heads of the deities are decorated with
magnificent crowns. These supreme beings are worshipped in every Hindu household as
they spread peace, prosperity, and intellectuality.
Ganesha Dimension: 15.0 inch X 11.5 inch X 7.0 inch
Weight: 9.660 kg
Goddess Lakshmi: 15.0 inch X 11.0 inch X 7.0 inch
Weight: 9.380 kg
Wooden Frame: 36.0 inch X 40 inch X 8.0 inch
Weight: 39 kg (Wooden Frame)
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