About Hindu God Ganesha

Lord Ganesha, the Hindu god with an elephant head, is the remover of obstacles and the god of new beginnings, wisdom, and prosperity. He is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, often depicted with a large belly, four arms, and riding a mouse. Ganesha is widely worshipped across India, especially during Ganesh Chaturthi, and is invoked at the start of new ventures and rituals for blessings and success.

God of Good luck & new beginnings

Lord Ganesha, with his elephant head, is known as the remover of obstacles and the god of new beginnings, wisdom, and prosperity.

His broken tusk symbolizes sacrifice and the ability to overcome difficulties. Ganesha’s large ears represent keen listening, and his trunk signifies adaptability. Worshipped at the start of new ventures, Ganesha’s image encompasses deep symbolic meanings, making him a central figure in Hindu rituals.

Bring Ganesha Home
  • Elephant Head

    According to Hindu Culture, Ganesha has an elephant head because his original human head was accidentally severed by his father, Lord Shiva. To revive him, Shiva replaced his head with that of an elephant.

  • Dual Tusks

    One of Lord Ganesha's tusks is broken. According to Hindu Texts, he broke it off to use as a pen to write the Mahabharata when his pen broke during the transcription. This also symbolizes the idea of sacrificing a part of oneself for a greater purpose.

  • Ganesha and the Moon

    According to Hindu Culture, on Ganesh Chaturthi, the moon laughed at Ganesha for his round belly and elephant head. Enraged, Ganesha cursed the moon, causing it to wane. To lift the curse, it's believed that one should not look at the moon on Ganesh Chaturthi night, as doing so may bring misfortune and false accusations in the year ahead.

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How is the statue packaged for safe delivery?

Our Ganesha statue is specially packed for safe delivery. Statues weighing above 60 kgs are packaged in sturdy wooden crates, while statues below 60 kgs are packed in metallic boxes with special liquid foam packing to ensure they remain intact during transit.

Can I customize the Ganesha sculpture design or size?

Yes, we offer customization services. You can request changes in size, design, or specific features to fit your preferences. Please contact us for more details on customization options.

What is the significance of Lord Ganesh in Hinduism?

Remover of Obstacles: Lord Ganesh, known as Vighnaharta, is revered for removing obstacles and ensuring success in new ventures and endeavors.

God of Beginnings: He is worshipped at the start of rituals and ceremonies to invoke blessings and auspiciousness.

Symbol of Wisdom and Knowledge: With an elephant head, Ganesh represents wisdom, intellect, and learning, often depicted holding scriptures and a pen.

Patron of Arts and Sciences: As a deity of intellect, he is honored by students, artists, and writers for inspiration and guidance.

Protector of Households: Ganesh idols are commonly placed at home entrances to protect and bring prosperity to the household.

How can I connect with the energy of Lord Ganesha?

Connecting with the energy of Lord Ganesha involves practices that invoke his blessings for wisdom, prosperity, and the removal of obstacles. Here are some ways to connect with Lord Ganesha:

  1. Daily Prayers: Recite Ganesh mantras, such as "Om Gan Ganapataye Namaha," during your morning prayers.
  2. Meditation: Meditate on Ganesha's image, focusing on his qualities of wisdom and strength.
  3. Offerings: Present offerings like modak (sweet dumplings), fruits, and flowers during your prayers.
  4. Chanting: Participate in or listen to Ganesh aarti and bhajans.
  5. Rituals and Festivals: Engage in rituals and celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi, the festival dedicated to Lord Ganesha.

By incorporating these practices, you can create a spiritual connection with Lord Ganesha, inviting his positive energy and blessings into your life.

What are the best days to worship Lord Ganesha?

Wednesdays: Considered auspicious for Ganesha worship, enhancing wisdom and removing obstacles.

What are the benefits of having a Ganesha statue in my home?

Having a Ganesha statue in your home brings multiple benefits: it helps remove obstacles, invites prosperity, and promotes wisdom and knowledge. As the god of new beginnings, Ganesha blesses new ventures, ensuring success and good fortune. Additionally, his presence provides protection and harmony within the household, creating a peaceful and supportive environment. These aspects make a Ganesha statue a valuable and auspicious addition to any home.

Can the Ganesha statue be used for gifting purposes?

Absolutely! The Ganesha statue makes for a meaningful and spiritual gift. Its detailed craftsmanship and symbolic significance make it an excellent gift for housewarmings, religious ceremonies, or any special occasion.

How should I maintain and care for the Ganesha statues?

To maintain the Hanuman statues:

  • Gently dust it with a soft cloth or brush.
  • Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive materials.
  • Place it in a stable, respectful location.
  • Use a soft, dry brush to clean intricate details.
  • If necessary, lightly dampen the cloth with water to clean stubborn dirt, then dry immediately.

Is the Marble Ganesh idol suitable for outdoor placement?

Yes, the Ganesha idol is hand crafted from premium durable marble, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor placement. The marble's high density ensures that the statue can withstand various weather conditions while maintaining its beauty and integrity.

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