7" Panchamukhi Ganesha | Handmade | Madhuchista Vidhana (Lost-Wax) | Panchaloha Bronze from Swamimalai

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Lord Ganesha, the son of supreme lord Shiva and Devi Parvati, is one of the most venerated and worshipped Gods in the Hindu religion. Being an ancient deity, his references could be traced back to the Vedas. However, unlike the other Vedic deities, his influence on the people of this land has only increased with time. Lord Ganesha is worshipped at the beginning of every new undertaking and venture because he is the Vighnaharta (the one who takes away obstacles on the path). He is a very benevolent deity who bestows divine grace upon his devotees.


This form of Ganesha, also known as Herambha Ganesh is a very unique form of the lord and very rarely found in the temples or ancient art pieces. In Sanskrit, 'He' means weak or helpless, and 'Rambha' means the protector. Thus, Herambha Ganesh is the ultimate protector of the weak and the helpless.

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Item Code: ZEP483
Specifications:
Bronze
7.00 inch Height X 5.00 inch Width X 3.00 inch Depth
2.12 kg
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Handmade
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This beautiful bronze statue captures the glory of lord Herambha Ganesh in perfect proportion. Instead of his usual vehicle, the Mushaka (mouse), this form of Ganesha is mounted on a fierce lion, symbolising kingship and power. He also has ten hands, two of which are holding Ashirwad Mudra (blessing posture) and Abhay Mudra (fearless posture). The rest of the hands are holding a fruit, a hammer, an axe, a Rudraksha mala, a Modak, his broken tusk, a garland, and a noose. The Panchmukhi (five-faced) lord has four of his heads on the four sides and the fifth head is front-facing mounted on the top of other heads. Adorned with beautiful clothes and exquisite pieces of jewelry, the lord appears to be a divine entity beyond the grasp of intellect.


This complicated and delicate work of art is an exemplary example of the brilliant artistry of the craftsmen of Swamimalai. This statue covers each and every aspect of the lord with utmost detail and elegance. This form of Ganesha finds its expression in the union of fearless strength and divine compassion, the two contrasting qualities of the lord.


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