Sand Stone Dancing Ganesha Statue 36 inch (3 ft), as the named purpose a happy dancer form of Lord Ganesha. Nritya Ganpati is a representation of an amusing and happy form of the Ganesha god. One foot in the ground the other slightly raised during the dance, holding a drum in both of his hands. Nritya Ganpati is also shown as a form of dilettante of fine arts. He bestows devotees with art and dexterity.
Height: 3 ft (approx.)
Dimension:(HWL): 36 x 17 x 11 inch
The dancing Ganesha god statue demonstrates cosmic changes and creation. He is a symbol of endurance against ill fortune. The art is inherited by him from his parents as we all know Lord Shiva dance Tandava and Goddess Parvati dances to lasya, combining them wonderfully. Ganesha has been appointed as the chief by Lord Shiva.” Gana” means people, “Isha” means lord when we combined them together, they stand for Ganesha or Ganpati both refer to the chief of people. The five organs of environmental stimuli and five organs of action are the “Ganas” ( desire, thoughts, instinct) to which the mind is the master. The ten senses (mind and intellect) constitute the ganas.
The mouse is a symbol of inner desires, which are never satisfied, Lord Ganesha controls the mouse which means a sensible person should have control open his senses and desire which will not lead him to destroy the good in him.
If one dedicates himself to the Lord Ganesha, he will help you become a better person, all you have to do is to follow his teachings. He removes the negativity and hardship in your life. Dancing Ganesha is an ideal choice for financial debt.
A fresh and cheerful way of decorating the house in a classy manner. A feast to eye.
Placing: To bring prosperity and positivity consider placing him in the northeast corner of the house, west and north direction is also favorable for the idol.
Care: It is maintenance-free, simply wipe with a cotton cloth or broom to avoid dirt compile.