This is a wood sculpture, ‘Happy Ganesha’ by Manoj Aggarwal. It is Ganesha’s presence that Aggarawal has chosen to bring attention to with an appeal using kadam wood made for sculpting. Ganesha is known to be lord over wisdom and knowledge. In order to complete the Mahabharata writing, Ganesha had used one of his tusks but only after he broken it off. This is the belief that is being spread and accepted by some. This wood sculpture of Happy Ganesha has a $39.95 price tag on it.
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Ganesha is the son of two Hindu deities: Durago and Shiva. These two deities are among the most powerful in Hinduism. Ganesha is known to possess such a power that can control negative phenomena targeting the human population. This wood statuette, ‘Divine Ganesha’ is so well detailed that it beautifully depicts the relaxed and calm nature of this god on a parasol. Suresh Garg, the sculptor of this wood statuette, has Ganesha in a position and attire to bring about nobility. At the same time Garg has successfully executed showing the generosity and kindness of Ganesha in the features of his face. This magnificent work of art value at $109.95.
This magnificent Sandstone statuette,’Kind Ganesha’ depicts a well respected Ganesha sitting upon a throne of lotus. He is known for not just a heart that is kind but also for the wisdom he possesses. These traits are to represent the divinity of Ganesha’s nature. Wayan Kandiyasa exalts the greatness of this Hindu deity through this well detailed statuette made of sandstone that sells for $67.95.
Nyoman Sudiana loves to portray his favorite God Ganesha, son of Siwa and Durga, who are regarded as powerful deities in Hinduism. Ganesha who sits with toes to the knee has a very expressive mammoth-like face. The wood statuette, ‘Ganesha, Son of Siwa’ statue of the Lord of Wisdom is carved from suar wood and crafted by hand and got for $172.95. It invokes an aura of nobility and spirituality.
Wayan Kandiyasa’s passion is such that every chisel invokes the presence of Ganesha, popularly known as the God of Wisdom. It is believed that Ganesha can control the evil forces that harm the humans with disastrous consequences. Wayan Kandiyasa meticulously depicts his favorite God by detailing not just the head of the elephant in this Sandstone statuette, ‘Kind Ganesha’ sculpture, but also the human body and attire. The statue represents Ganesha as a noble person with a personality that demonstrates kindness and generosity. The palm-leaf book is held in his hand as a symbol of knowledge, along with a jug of holy water and his weapons: a trisula and a kapak. The price of $39.95 is a small price to pay for this sandstone statuette of Ganesha.