The transcendental demigod Lord Ganesha in his lalitasana perches on a multi-layered stone pedestal decorated with sleek golden borders on the edges. The calm composure of this loving Vighnaharta soothes our inner soul with satisfaction and brightness; attired in a combination of yellow and green finery and glittering gold ornaments that decorate his divine self in superfine ways.
Chaturbhuja holds his favourite sweetmeat, one in his trunk and the other ready to follow in his anterior left hand; right one blesses the worshippers in abhaya mudra to be fearless and live happily; other two rear hands carry his iconic implements depicting him to be always ready to defeat the evils for a loving and prosperous mankind. The auspicious white color highlights the purity, love, peace and harmony that compliments to the cosmic nature of his deity.
The eminent haloed crown and the supremely structured ears with the intense lotus eyes enhances the devotion and honour of the Godhead; auspicious symbol of ‘Om’ and the circular yellow-red Shaivite tilak seems to eminate the fruitful amicable and peaceful rays. As the title says, ‘Temple Ganesha’, this sculpture carved out exotically out of a single piece of marble, is one of the best works of art to be kept in any temple or other worship places.