Ganesha Brass Statue with Colored Stone Work

Ganesha Brass Statue with Colored Stone Work

$165.00
Here brass, reconstituted turquoise and coral are nicely used to create an attractive brass figure of the Lord of Wisdom. One of the most widely worshiped deities in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is invoked first before initiating any religious ritual. He is the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Wisdom. He is the Lord of Lords and is known by as many as 108m names. Lord Ganesha is one of the most widely revered deities in Hinduism. He has got large ears that means listen more, speak less. His axe means to cut off all bonds of attachment. Small mouth means talk less. His hand blessing means blesses and protects on spiritual path to supreme. Large stomach means peacefully digest all good and bad in life. His prasadas means the whole world is at your feet. His big head means think big, whereas the small eyes symbolize concentration. The rope on his hands means to pull you near the highest goal. One tusk means retail good and throw away bad. His trunk means high efficient and adaptability. His moddaks means reward for hard work (sadhana). The mouse his vehicle means desires unless under control can cause havoc. You must ride your desire and keep it under control and don’t allow it to take you for a ride.
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Here brass, reconstituted turquoise and coral are nicely used to create an attractive brass figure of the Lord of Wisdom. One of the most widely worshiped deities in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is invoked first before initiating any religious ritual. He is the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Wisdom. He is the Lord of Lords and is known by as many as 108m names. Lord Ganesha is one of the most widely revered deities in Hinduism. He has got large ears that means listen more, speak less. His axe means to cut off all bonds of attachment. Small mouth means talk less. His hand blessing means blesses and protects on spiritual path to supreme. Large stomach means peacefully digest all good and bad in life. His prasadas means the whole world is at your feet. His big head means think big, whereas the small eyes symbolize concentration. The rope on his hands means to pull you near the highest goal. One tusk means retail good and throw away bad. His trunk means high efficient and adaptability. His moddaks means reward for hard work (sadhana). The mouse his vehicle means desires unless under control can cause havoc. You must ride your desire and keep it under control and don’t allow it to take you for a ride.

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