Ganesha, the god of healing and happiness is a connoisseur of art, extremely fond of music and dance. As per Hindu mythology, it is easy to connect with Ganesha through music, by reciting his melodious bhajans. He is the symbol of knowledge and wisdom and playing a musical instrument signifies that in order to create a soulful music one must master the art of dedication and practice.
This panel of five musical Ganeshas, structured out of wood, is carved beautifully like a South Indian Temple carving, with a blend of different colors and two winsome peacocks standing on either side of the panel as if hearing the melodious tune with full concentration. Starting from left, first Ganesha, brownish in color plays a trumpet, second in white enjoys a dholak, centre one with a subtle orange shade blesses his devotees, the next in green plays a tabla and the last in golden yellow is lost in playing his flute.
These decorated gestures of musical Ganesha, seem very soothing and harmonious, forming a good looking showpiece for home or office.