Lord Chaturbhuj Ganesha Brass Sculpture 10.25"

Lord Chaturbhuj Ganesha Brass Sculpture 10.25"

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  • Product Code :5951
  • Material :Brass
  • Size :10.25"H x 7.25"W x 4"D
  • Weight : 3.820 Kg.
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    The nice figure of Lord Ganesha reveals a deep sense of sculptural excellence. His four-headed brass figure is minutely carved by infusing a sense of liveliness into it. One of the popular deities in Hindu pantheon, Lord Ganesha is worshipped first among the gods and it is also very easy to satisfy the Remover of Obstacle. There are two different stories about Ganesha's birth. According to the first story, Parvati created Ganesha out of dirt off her body while having a bath and set him to guard her door while she finishes her bath. Lord Shiva who had moved out came back. But as Ganesha didn't know Shiva, stopped him from entering. Shiva got angry and a fierce battle ensued between the two. Shiva severed the head of Ganesha. Parvati was enraged and Shiva promised Ganesha will bring him back to life. The devas, who went in search of a head facing north of a dead person could manage only the head of an elephant. Shiva fixed the elephant's head on the child and brought him back to life.

    As per the other legend, Ganesha was created by Shiva and Parvati on request of the Devas, to be a vighnakartaa (obstacle-creator) in the path of rakshasas (demonic beings), and a vighnahartaa (obstacle-averter) to help the Devas.

    The immense popularity of Lord Ganesha in Hindu religion can be gauged from the fact that he is known by as many as 108 names.

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    • Product Code :5951
    • Material :Brass
    • Size :10.25"H x 7.25"W x 4"D
    • Weight : 3.820 Kg.

      The nice figure of Lord Ganesha reveals a deep sense of sculptural excellence. His four-headed brass figure is minutely carved by infusing a sense of liveliness into it. One of the popular deities in Hindu pantheon, Lord Ganesha is worshipped first among the gods and it is also very easy to satisfy the Remover of Obstacle. There are two different stories about Ganesha's birth. According to the first story, Parvati created Ganesha out of dirt off her body while having a bath and set him to guard her door while she finishes her bath. Lord Shiva who had moved out came back. But as Ganesha didn't know Shiva, stopped him from entering. Shiva got angry and a fierce battle ensued between the two. Shiva severed the head of Ganesha. Parvati was enraged and Shiva promised Ganesha will bring him back to life. The devas, who went in search of a head facing north of a dead person could manage only the head of an elephant. Shiva fixed the elephant's head on the child and brought him back to life.

      As per the other legend, Ganesha was created by Shiva and Parvati on request of the Devas, to be a vighnakartaa (obstacle-creator) in the path of rakshasas (demonic beings), and a vighnahartaa (obstacle-averter) to help the Devas.

      The immense popularity of Lord Ganesha in Hindu religion can be gauged from the fact that he is known by as many as 108 names.

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