His fair body is overlain with a world of silver jewellery, which befits His divine status. Necklaces that start at the clavicles and descend all the way down to the mid-torso; girdles of lotus petals; and anklets and bracelets aplenty. A crown of silver to match the adornments, a tall and tapering number with luxuriant engravings. A band of silver rests delicately on the wizened brow of the Lord, and an amulet graces the trunk midway through. The sacred aum symbol is tattooed at its base.
Lord Ganesha rests the head upon a hand propped up by the elbow, while a richly embroidered bolster lies under His arm. The other arm rests languidly upon the side of His body. Both legs folded at the knee for the soles to rest downwards and face upwards, respectively. The composition rests upon a flat pedestal supported by scarlet-coloured legs.