Lord Ganesha the eldest son of goddess Parvati and lord Shiva is known as the god of knowledge. He is different of all other gods to be born out of dirt of his mother as well having a head of elephant and body of a human. His big elephant head is a representation of immense knowledge and wisdom. His small eyes depict concentration. His small mouth symbolise talk less where as his big ears make him listen to the problems and worships of all his devotees simultaneously. His broken tusk is the symbolic representation of sacrifice. His trunk is capable enough to pick a needle as well as uproot a tree.
His four hands serve different purposes. One holds the ankusha and holds the passa, tools to tame the untameable mind. In other he holds the sweets as a reward of a wise life and in other he holds his broken tusk while showering his blessings upon his devotees. He has a pot belly to digest the good and bad of life peacefully. His trunk is swung towards the right which are very productive for fast results when worshipped following proper rituals. His one foot is bend while other is on the ground. He is the wisest of all gods to be riding over a small creature such as mouse, which is also a symbolism of controlling your desires rather than letting them control you.
This beautiful statuette made out of sandstone is a perfect fit for your lawn or office entrance, to embrace the environment with peace, love, knowledge and prosperity.