Delicate Ganesha

The Ganesha with trunk on the right side is called as ‘Siddhi Vinayaka‘ because if you say your intentions correctly it will deliver quick results.

The headdress is a delicate sculpture with pearls plastic beads, real mother of pearl, metal and of course polymer clay adornments. This Headdress is full of symbolism.

The top of the headdress adorns a single bead with leaves and flowers on each side with pearl beads in the center. The significance of this is nature and are offered gratitude to the nature of the Universe and it’s ever expanding abundance. Pearls indicate the cosmic dance of life that is often called the Lila (Dance). The vines are a symbol of the connection and inner-twinning aspect of all life. The Sun represents light and the energy moving through the trunk allowing Ganesha to destroy obstacles that might hinder the intentions of the receiver.  The Mother of Pearl shields the soul and evoke the motherly feelings in a soul to guard the family against all evils.

Close up of the Face, notice the Trishula (Trident)? This symbol represents creation, maintenance and the destruction of obstacles. The eyes are small and focused to represent concentration for the receiver.

The Back. The three read beads, as well as the ball at the top, are stabilizers to hold the Ganesha against the wall securely. The metal hanger is embedded into the clay for longevity and the back is covered with a white felt to prevent damage to the walls.

 

Ganesha is the Lord of Good Fortune who provides prosperity, fortune, and success. He is the Lord of Beginnings and the Remover of Obstacles of both material and spiritual kinds.

Invoke the blessings of Ganesha before embarking on any new task grant intellect, wisdom and remove any challenges from one’s path to success.

This Delicate Ganesha is handmade from polymer clay, painted with acrylic paint and adorned with glass and metal beads. The process took approximately 60-hours to create. This is a one-of-a-kind wall hanging.

Hang the Ganesha above or beside your doorway. It has been varnished so it can withstand weather if you wish to hang it out of doors. (I recommend you treat the back with waterproofing agent)

The mantra is “Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha,” can be loosely translated to “Yo! Wake up Ganesha, the elephant-headed deity.

Ganesha is the Lord of Good Fortune who provides prosperity, fortune and success. He is the Lord of Beginnings and the Remover of Obstacles of both material and spiritual kinds.

$80.00 + S/H

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