This rare brass statue of Ganesha sitting in anomalous posture is very patiently and audaciously carved keeping all the forms and ridges intact with the highlighting trunk and deep, big ears. He sits in an utkutaka asana with his blessing hand on his knee.
Aforementioned friendly protector wears a highly stylized dhoti having a twirling pattern and his mooshak (mouse) sits next to him on the left in a namaskar pose. Heavy decorated trunk with modish danglers at the top continuing with lotus like formations in the centre holds a motichoor laddoo resting on his left knee. The broken tusk on the right symbolize his sacrificial act as he used his tusk as a stylus while continuing to write Mahabharata as Vyasa was dictating him, emphasizing his policy, to finish what we start. The big, deep in the centre, sassy ears are modeled with exclusive design at the earlobes like that of a hand fan in the shape of a flower outlined with three unique lines; the butterfly feather like carving at the edge is an add on to its radiance. Janeu on the stomach is made beautifully in petal shaped hangings.
Ganesha is the patron of arts, sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom having best listening abilities and a pure and unbiased heart. These modern yet ethnic carvings of this stylized Ganesha make it a worthy decoration for the house or office.