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Ganesh and Lakshmi are often depicted together in Hindu culture for various reasons:

  • Harmony and Prosperity: Ganesh is revered as the remover of obstacles and the god of wisdom, intellect, and beginnings. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, prosperity, and good fortune. Together, they symbolize the harmonious coexistence of wisdom and prosperity, essential elements for a fulfilling and successful life.

  • Fulfillment of Desires: Ganesh is believed to grant success and remove obstacles in one's path, while Lakshmi bestows wealth and abundance. Devotees often seek their blessings together for the fulfillment of their desires, whether material or spiritual.

  • Cultural Significance: In many Hindu rituals and festivals, including Diwali, Ganesh and Lakshmi are worshipped together. During Diwali, which is a festival of lights and prosperity, it's customary to offer prayers to both Ganesh and Lakshmi to invite auspiciousness and blessings into one's home and life.

  • Symbolism: Ganesh's elephant head represents intelligence and wisdom, while Lakshmi's association with wealth signifies abundance. Together, they represent the balance between intellect and material prosperity, emphasizing the importance of both for a fulfilling life.

  • Marital Association: In some traditions, Ganesh is considered the son of Shiva and Parvati, while Lakshmi is the consort of Vishnu. Their association symbolizes familial ties and reinforces the idea of familial harmony and prosperity.


In essence, the presence of Ganesh and Lakshmi statues together in Hindu culture signifies the pursuit of wisdom alongside material abundance, the removal of obstacles on the path to success, and the cultivation of harmony and prosperity in one's life.


Material: Manmade fibre


Dimensions: 3.75" (h) x 2.75" (w) x 2.75" (d)


The Ganesh & Lakshmi murtis are £8 each for 10 or more. 


Please Contact Us for bulk orders.


Ganesh and Lakshmi Statues

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