9" Lord Ganesha with Prabhavali and Kirtimukha in Brass | Inlay Work | Handmade | Made In India

9" Lord Ganesha with Prabhavali and Kirtimukha in Brass | Inlay Work | Handmade | Made In India

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Lord Ganesha is perhaps the most loved divinities in the Hindu pantheon of god. He is known as the Lord of Success and Prosperity, and the Remover of hurdles in the spiritual path of his devotees. Pictures and sculptures of Lord Ganesha are found in many homes, promoted to give joy and success into your life. This statue of Ganesha is impeccable in its craftsmanship, with multifaceted subtleties cut on the figure of the divinity.

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Item Code: ZM99
Specifications:
Brass with Inlay Statue
9 inch Height x 8.2 inch Width x 3.4 inch Depth
2.60 kg
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The Lord is encompassed by a prabhavali or prabhawal, that highlights elaborate openwork and botanical themes. This collectable is made in brass with vibrant colours and rich inlay work. 


Kirtimukha is the name of a gulping furious beast face with enormous teeth, and expanding mouth, extremely normal in the iconography of Hindu temple architecture in India and Southeast Asia, and frequently likewise found in Buddhist architecture. In contrast to other Hindu mythological animals, for instance, the Makara ocean beast, the kirtimukha is a decorative theme in workmanship, which has its starting point in a legend from the Skanda Purana and Shiva Purana - Yuddha khand of Rudra Samhita. The Prabhavali or Prabhai is the main highlight to a symbol that mirrors the aura of Lord Ganesha, remover of barriers, it shadows and gives him a strong position. This carefully designed statue can be wiped clean with a soft cotton cloth once or twice a week. It has been expertly built by the finest talented sculptors from Jaipur .


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