Ganesha Dancing with Eight Hand - Marble Stone- 17"Pre-order
Size: Height x Width x Depth -17.5 x 13.5 x 4.3 (Inches)
Material: Red Marble Stone
Color: Reddish Brown
Weight: 10 KG Approximately
- Dancing Ganesh NrityaGanapati a well-known figure throughout all of Asia is known to be both a symbol of overcoming obstacles and success.
- Lord Ganesha dances with his 8 arms holding his weapons and a favorite bowl of sweet laddu
- Invite the joy of Ganesha into your heart and into your home!
- Combination of elephant and mouse represents the removal of all obstacles.
Benefits of Dancing Ganapathy are linked to accentuating the South East
Direction. Due to the significance of Venus attached to the Direction; it
can be beneficial for the members residing at the site, if they are linked to
any form of Art/creativity.
● Brings success to personal and professional life.
● Removes all sorts of financial difficulties.
● Energizes and keeps in order Muladhara Chakra.
● Activates the Adnya/ Agya Chakra of the worshipper.
● Solve all your legal issues.
● Controls the effect of the Rajas and Tamas Gunas of the worshipers.
● The best cure for your depression and stress.
Ganesh is the God of prosperity, God of fortune and God of success. Lord Ganesha dances with 8 arms holding his weapons and favorite sweet laddu. Ganesh is the god of Music and great categorizer of all that can be counted or comprehended. Nritya Ganesha represents Ganesha in various dance postures.
Dancing Ganesha idols show the deity engrossed in dance. He is often seen in the typical Bharatanatyam pose: balancing on one leg, with the other raised and slightly bent at the knee. What is noticeable is the curvaceous ‘S' shape of his body. This indicates that he is moving. His arms and trunk are also held in elegant poses. The mouse is often depicted next to a plate of sweets with his eyes turned toward Ganesha while he tightly holds on to a morsel of food between his paws, as if expecting an order from Ganesha. This represents the mind which has been completely subordinated to the superior faculty of the intellect, the mind under strict supervision, which fixes Ganesha and does not approach the food unless it has permission.