Lord Ganesha is the four-handed elephant-headed deity, he is also called as Chaturbhuja for his four hands. In one hand he holds ankusa(signifying awakening), in other a paasa(signifying control), these pieces of equipment are used in capturing wild elephants which signify to control or captivate the wild untameable mind. In other, he holds his broken tooth, which is a form of sacrifice as it is believed he broke his tooth in order to write the famous Hindu Granth Mahabharata. He is also called as Ekadanta. And his other palm faces front blessing the Ganas or depicting that he is with us, as he is the god of the Ganas, Gana-dhi-pati.
The elephant head represents the karma shakti and gyana shakti. The enormous head of elephant symbolises wisdom and knowledge. The potted belly represents generosity and total acceptance. The Ganesha’s body reflects the formless, shapeless and nirguna form. He has a trunk facing left which is called vamamukhi which are the depicting the bestowing of tranquillity and conducive of spirituality.
So bring this Ganesha home or decorate your office or gift them to your beloved ones and feel safe and secure and closer to god’s blessings.