Ganesha Dancing with Cobra - Marble Stone Sculpture- 10"Pre-order
STATUE DETAILSSize: In inches
Width x Depth: 7.3 x 2.4
Material: Red Marble Stone
Color: Reddish Brown
Weight (approx): 3.5 KG
About the statue:
Dancing Ganesha symbolizes the dance of destruction by Lord Shiva.
It is most helpful to overcome obstacles in mind when beginning to create that loveliest art form, music.
Many good thoughts flow from this benevolent deity once he knows what we aspire to accomplish.
Lord Ganesha dances in serpent Kalinga who, in a tale involving Krishna, was poisoning the Yamuna river with his 6 arms holding his weapons.
While showering grace through his right arm and conquering Kalinga in the lower left hands.
In the upper right-hand he is holding an 'Ankusha' (A hook which is used by mahouts to control elephants). It symbolizes that one should use 'Ankusha' to control and guide his soul on a correct path and not go on a wrong path in life. In his left hand, he is holding his broken tusk, it symbolizes sacrifice. In the upper left-hand he is holding a noose, to capture all difficulties.
Placing it in a South East direction draws the benefits of Venus thus becoming a powerhouse of aid for anyone who deals with art and creativity.