Panchmukhi Ganesha - Marble Painting

Panchmukhi Ganesha - Marble Painting

$135.00

The spectacular marble painting is nicely made with a deep sense of finesse and refinement. One of the most prominent deities in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha has the unique distinction that his name is always invoked first before any other Gods in any prayer service. Legend has it that Lord Ganesha received this distinction as a blessing from his parents, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesha is designated as the chief (-eesha) of all of Lord Shiva's ganas (servers) - hence his name, Ganesha.


Here Lord Ganesha's large body is made even bigger with his 5 heads and 10 arms. The Lord is seated on top of a large lion with exposed teeth and curled tail. The lion has an ample mane of hair around his neck. Four of the Lord's heads are facing in each direction with a smaller head on top of the four heads. In his 10 hands, the God is holding going clockwise from his bottom right hand in the abhaya mudra, a nut, His broken tusk, prayer malas, a hammer, a noose, club, elephant goad and a mango. There is a small bell tied around four of His trunks. Two cobras form his large belt. His two feet are up towards his body in a relaxed seated position of a baby. The lion and Ganesh are separate pieces. Ganesh slides onto the back of the lion to secure the two pieces together.

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The spectacular marble painting is nicely made with a deep sense of finesse and refinement. One of the most prominent deities in Hinduism, Lord Ganesha has the unique distinction that his name is always invoked first before any other Gods in any prayer service. Legend has it that Lord Ganesha received this distinction as a blessing from his parents, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesha is designated as the chief (-eesha) of all of Lord Shiva's ganas (servers) - hence his name, Ganesha.


Here Lord Ganesha's large body is made even bigger with his 5 heads and 10 arms. The Lord is seated on top of a large lion with exposed teeth and curled tail. The lion has an ample mane of hair around his neck. Four of the Lord's heads are facing in each direction with a smaller head on top of the four heads. In his 10 hands, the God is holding going clockwise from his bottom right hand in the abhaya mudra, a nut, His broken tusk, prayer malas, a hammer, a noose, club, elephant goad and a mango. There is a small bell tied around four of His trunks. Two cobras form his large belt. His two feet are up towards his body in a relaxed seated position of a baby. The lion and Ganesh are separate pieces. Ganesh slides onto the back of the lion to secure the two pieces together.

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