Ganesha's Blessing II

Artisan Crafted Religious Wood Sculpture

$259.99
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SKU: 143823
Description
From Suresh and Devender Garg, this finely detailed sculpture honors Lord Ganesha. The beloved man-elephant, Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Durga, and has the power to keep under control the occult forces that bring disaster upon humankind. He holds an axe and lash to protect the world from evil and disaster. On his third hand he holds his favorite dessert, and with his right hand he blesses the faithful. The Hindu deity appears on a lotus throne surrounded by mice, his vehicle to transcend the different plains of life as symbol of the mind's power.
  • Kadam wood
  • 2.98 lbs
  • 12.5 inches H x 8.8 inches W x 4.3 inches D
  • Made in India

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Suresh and Devender Garg

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    This is stunning!

    Posted by Kawkab on Oct 15th 2020

    This is beautifully carved. The intricate details are very clear.

  • 5
    Perfect

    Posted by Linda on Oct 26th 2016

    Lord Ganesha would approve

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