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Wall ornament, beautifully detailed form of a Ganesha. Made of cast stone in black brown.Size is no less than 90cm wide x25cm deep x120cm high. Can also be used as a wall object without water. Call us for further explanation. Height size: 120cm Surface size: 90x25cm Color: black/brown or gray High-quality casting stone Suitable for indoor an...

Wall ornament, beautifully detailed form of a Ganesha. Made of cast stone in black brown.
Size is no less than 90cm wide x25cm deep x120cm high. Can also be used as a wall object without water. Call us for further explanation.

  • Height size: 120cm
  • Surface size: 90x25cm
  • Color: black/brown or gray
  • High-quality casting stone
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Handmade
  • Delivered quickly
  • You can also view a lot of this series in our business

Ganesha has his elephant head due to a tragic misunderstanding. One day when Shiva (father) leaves the House, Parvati (mother) makes her son Ganesha from dander and oils. When Shiva came home, the waking Ganesha chokes him on the way. Shiva believed to do with a rival and cut off his head. Parvati was inconsolable.

Servants were instructed to find a new head for the unlucky one, if necessary, from the first living creature they encountered. That turned out to be an elephant, so Ganesha's torso is the head of an elephant. Thus he came back to life, but he had to live his existence with a curious head.

Ganesha is often portrayed as Sentinel. He then has a stick or an ax in his four hands. With the ax he cuts away false illusions, with the stick he wishes to control. There is more interesting symbolism to discover in his figure, as is the case with most Hindu gods.

For example, a water lily depicted symbolizes Ganesha's fearlessness and purity. One of his tusks is sometimes broken. This shows that even gods are not perfect. In one of his hands, often rice,is a sign of abundance. His crown is, of course, a sign of holiness, and his small eyes represent the need to look within and understand oneself. Ganesha's mountain is a rat, showing that big and small can live together in peace with each other.
Ganesha is the God of wisdom, bringer of happiness and protection. At the beginning of every journey, every ritual and every major event, Ganesha is initially invoked and worshipped.

Product specifications

Article number
Brgre120
Weight
100 kg

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