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About the Lord Ganesha statue:

  • Crafted and hand painted in Maharashtra, India. 
  • Simple design with selected intricate detail.  Shows Lord Ganesha in a sitting pose, providing a blessing whilst holding bowl of sweets, known as "modak" in Hinduism. This represents the sweetness of achieving one's goals after overcoming obstacles.

 

The meaning:

  • In some representations of Lord Ganesha, he is depicted as white in color.  The color white is associated with purity and peace in Hinduism, and is often used to depict gods and goddesses who embody these qualities. White is also associated with the moon, which is an important symbol in Hinduism and is associated with Lord Shiva, one of the major gods in the Hindu pantheon.
  • Ideal as part of collection in an indoor temple or stand alone in small rooms and flats.

 

About Lord Ganesha:

  • In Hinduism, Lord Ganesha is depicted with a human body and an elephant head, and is revered as the remover of obstacles and the lord of new beginnings.

 

BUYERS NOTES:

Material: Manmade fibre

Dimensions: 3" height x 2.5" width x 2" depth

 

The Gold Crown Ganesha statues are £5.50 each for 10 or more. 

The White Pagri Ganesha statues are £6 each for 10 or more. 

Please Contact Us for bulk orders.

 

Lord Ganesha Statue

£7.50Price
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