Dimension(HWL): 30 x 18 x 8 inch
Lord Ganesha is not only the epitome of wisdom and knowledge he is also a patron of fine arts. He dances to the combination of Tandava and Lasya inherited both from his father Lord Shiva and mother Goddess Parvati. with one foot on the ground and another is slightly bent towards the knee. With his four arms, he is holding different objects.
In the lower left hand, he is holding an axe, to cut down all the hardship and trouble of his devotee, in the lower right hand, he is holding a paasa, a symbol of capturing all the obstacles from the path of his devotee. The sweetmeats holding in his left upper arm signifies the reward of the wise man moving on the right path and holding a broken tusk in the upper right arm illustrates his sacrifice for others.
His physical feature has different attributes. His big belly contains the whole universe, which he tied up with a serpent the kundalini. His large head represents wisdom and knowledge, his large ears a wise person listens to everything. The trunk above his small mouth depicts work more and talk less. The two tusks are called Medha(intellect) and Shradha(faith). The broken tusk is called the Medha and the complete one is called the Shradha, which signifies noteworthy focus towards the ultimate goal. A mouse beneath his feet with folded hands looking at his master with a humble eye define the desire and ego has to be under control, otherwise, it will distract and destroy the inner goodness.
Devotees admire this form of Ganesha to achieve proficiency in dance. Widely worshiped by artists and dancers. His dancing idol helps to solve the financial problem and free you from debt-related issues. The idol wards off from evil eye and negative energies. It can be a beautiful decor for the garden, with the rare black finishing color.
Placing: Consider west, north and northeast are the best directions to place the stone sculptures. The Ganesha statue should always face north direction. You can also place him in the entrance door, facing inside.
Care: You can wipe the idol with a wet cloth or dry one. The stone can stand in any weather.