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A complex seated Ganesha composition. While the iconography is in keeping with the popular imagination, the style in which it has been executed makes this an unusual pick of a Ganesha murti. He is chaturbhujadhari, the one possessed of (‘dhari’) four (‘chatur’) arms (‘bhuja’), and in the anterior left hand He cradles His favourite laddoo. He is seated in lalitasana on a lotus throne. His elephant-head exhibits perfect symmetry of form but for the broken tusk to the right.
The most distinguished element of this traditional Ganesha sculpture is the throne. While the lotus throne is a fixture of Indian iconography - most thrones are engraved with lotus petals - the one that you see on this page is designed such as to give the impression that the Lord is seated on the belly of a gigantic bloom itself. The lotus is a predominant motif in this composition. A garland of fresh vines around His neck cascades all the way down to the tips of the petals, from which sprouts another smaller lotus. On either side of the seated figure is a lotus motif, the delicate petals seemingly quivering with life. The halo of Lord Ganesha is made up of similar vine-like curves, which is best appreciated by looking at a photograph of the same from the back. At its zenith is another lotus in full bloom.
In addition to the predominance of the lotus motif, this is a skilfully sculpted murti of the boy-deity, from the handsomely engraved features of the divine face to the detailed embroidery on His dhoti.
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