God Siddhi Vinayak Brass Statue with Color Finish 12.75"

God Siddhi Vinayak Brass Statue with Color Finish 12.75"

$365.00
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  • Product Code :5854
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :12.75"H x 10"W x 7.25"D
  • Weight :9.250 Kg.
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    The brass figure of Siddhi Vinayak is nicely cut with some spectacular designs and carvings. The Lord is shown seated. Lord Ganesha is known as Sri Siddhi Vinayak and is worshiped before beginning any new rituals. Even before puja of any god Ganesha is worshipped. It is believed that Ganesha can remove any obstacle and hardships from the life of the people who worship him and He is the Remover of Obstacles. The story of lord Ganesha’s birth is very interesting. Lord Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati. Parvati was urged upon by the gods that her son was required for the benefit of the world. She one day was taking bath and suddenly she thought she should perhaps have a son so that he will always be with her. She used the turmeric paste from her body to make a sculpture of a small boy. She used her tantra powers and imparted life to the idol. This was how Ganesha was born and Parvati named him Vinayak. In this whole process Lord Shiva was engrossed in deep meditation and hence was in the dark about the birth of the new child.

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    • Product Code :5854
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :12.75"H x 10"W x 7.25"D
    • Weight :9.250 Kg.

      The brass figure of Siddhi Vinayak is nicely cut with some spectacular designs and carvings. The Lord is shown seated. Lord Ganesha is known as Sri Siddhi Vinayak and is worshiped before beginning any new rituals. Even before puja of any god Ganesha is worshipped. It is believed that Ganesha can remove any obstacle and hardships from the life of the people who worship him and He is the Remover of Obstacles. The story of lord Ganesha’s birth is very interesting. Lord Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati. Parvati was urged upon by the gods that her son was required for the benefit of the world. She one day was taking bath and suddenly she thought she should perhaps have a son so that he will always be with her. She used the turmeric paste from her body to make a sculpture of a small boy. She used her tantra powers and imparted life to the idol. This was how Ganesha was born and Parvati named him Vinayak. In this whole process Lord Shiva was engrossed in deep meditation and hence was in the dark about the birth of the new child.

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