Nepalese Seated Ganesha Holding a Radish
This youthful, valiant posture of Ganesha, the epitome of achievement and self mastery, sits in Utkutakasana pose on a throne having a rectangular brick-like base with two white mice carved on it, facing opposite directions, holding a laddoo and a long back curved at the top, orange in color, bordered with thick gold color._x000D_The chaturbhuja Ganesha holds laddoos (his favorite sweet) and radish, as he is fond of it, in his front hands; rosary and axe in his rear hands. He wears a yellow and blue colored crown with a blend of ancient and modern arts and patterns. The three heavy eyes (third eye on forehead) symbolize his sharp vision and the trunk sculpted in a valampuri pose eats the laddoo in full grace. Fat bellied, orange Ganesha has a snake hung on his neck as a mark of his patronage and the yellow dhoti spread in honor with the stole, complement the various shades of orange in the sculpture. Big ears are pictured stylistically with fine lines and white tusks give a life like appearance. _x000D_The uniqueness of this statue lies in its elegant structure and the complementing vibrant colors underlined with slight briefings of black and yellow shade.
Wood Carving From Nepal
12.00 inch Height x 7.70 inch Width x 3.00 inch Depth