Lord Ganesha is an evergreen god, revered in all parts of the world in their individualistic symbols and features. The one carved here is a typical Nepalese Ganesha having long highbrowed and sharp eyes, artistically carved pink colored flappy ears pointed from below with tattooed lines in it and the dual layered crown having leaf patterns in the front layer and a geometric design sculpted behind, indicating towards Nepalese iconic art forms.
This rare standing statue of Vighnaharta is sculpted in realistic yet creative designs and structures and painted in a vibrant multi-colored palette. The Chaturbhuja blesses the devotees of fearlessness from his left front hand and right holds the bowl of laddoos; rear hands carry an axe in the left and a carrot in the right. The smooth texture and glossy highlights, accentuate the beauty of this sculpture; garbed in exquisite colored attires of a red short dhoti, blue and golden kamarband and a green stole that falls across his shoulders. The colorful beaded jewels and the symbolic sign of Om on his striated trunk reflects his bent towards creativity and divinity.
The lotus pedestal on which Ganesha stands along with the white mouse (his sacred vehicle) is carved in a colorful and unique style, forming a dual aureole as the backdrop. The orange colored wooden formation is designed in horizontal parallel lines along with the multi-colored stone studded gold border, while the circular yellow-green halo at the top is outlined in gold floral borders highlighting his cosmic aura.