Rare one of a kind art quality lost wax brass Ganesha. This large hand cast lost wax standing Ganesha, was created by national award winning sculpture master Pak Malik, from Java Indonesia. With his trunk turn left to the modaks to laddoos which means he is close to food – and can easily share. The life size four arms Ganesha is standing on a giant lively lotus, which accompanies with more small lotuses between the petals. One of the few retired treasure pieces he had kept for his own. We are honored and grateful to have a few of these amazing pieces from him. Just like we are honored to have work with artists like him for the past forty years.
The most popular is when he turn left side for the trunk. The trunk curving to the left is called a Vamamukhi (Facing the Northern direction). The left side of Lord Ganesha is believed to be aligned with and possess the qualities of the Moon, which makes that side peaceful and blissful. Also, that side signifies the material gains and prosperity and thus, householders always prefer the left-trunk idol as it is believed to bring them prosperity. Left trunk Ganeshas are also believed the purify energy and help in healing. Also, if you see a picture of Lord Ganesha with Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, it is seen that Parvati sits to the left. So, the left-sided trunk pays an obeisance to Goddess Parvati and invokes her blessings in the home. It brings about family bonding and happiness.
Dimensions: 22.5″ x 22.5″ x 48.75″
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