Gajanana, the elephant-faced demigod is expert in all the vedic education by the grace of his transcendental chaturbhuja form, Shri Ganesha’s all four hands have their own individualistic symbolism with the trunk approaching the laddoo that he craves to eat.
He sits on an alluring and ravishing throne illustrated brilliantly all over with different kinds of textures and carvings. The deity’s seat has a mouse face attached in the front which represents his sacred vehicle along with an antique base line carved in a circular motion. This arched throne is filled with unique wave-like designs, amalgamating to highlight the floral attributes to the throne.
Adorned with the divine and precious jewels, floppy ears and the curvature of the eyes reflect life like formations and the triangular crown carved in varying horizontal lines descending upwards; the lord is depicted in a very peaceful mood in a gesture of blessing.