Ganesh, Resin

Ganesha, Seated (Maha)

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Hindu god Ganesha (Ganesh) in four-armed seated statue
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Here we have a resin statue of the Hindu god Ganesha (Ganesh) in a most imposing full-bodied form. His big pot belly of wealth is front and center, and his four arms are filled with the tools he needs to remove obstacles and ensure success for new ventures.

Large: 3.2"(8cm)/6oz

Size: 
2.3" (6 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Gateway Ganesha

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Gateway Ganesha (Ganesh)
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Ganesha (Ganesh) is the Hindu deity who is invoked at the beginning of new undertakings, as he has the power to remove obstacles and clear the way for success. This statue shows Ganesha leading the way through a doorway to a new venture.

Large: 4.5"(11.5cm)/7oz

Size: 
2.5"(6.5cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Yogi Ganesha

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Yoga Ganesha
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The Hindu god Ganesha (Ganesh) is shown here as a yogi, seated in full yogic position on a lotus petal base. Shiva's father was the great meditator, and Ganesh shows his affinity with his father in this pose. Ganesh holds his prayer beads and scepter in two of his hands.

Large: 3.5"(9cm)/7oz

Size: 
2.5" (6.5 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Ganesha Reclining (Mantra)

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Reclining Ganesha in rajalila asana pose
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Here we have a Ganesha (Ganesh) statue showing the Hindu god relaxing in a variation of rajalila asana, or royal ease pose. He shows an elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears, and the human characteristic (of some humans)of a huge pot belly. As the remover of obstacles, he is widely worshiped in India.

Large: 3.2"(8cm)/6oz

Size: 
2.8" (7 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.

Ganesha Dancing

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Dancing Ganesh statue of the Hindu god, remover of obstacles
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This resin statue of Ganesha dancing is a classic image of the Hindu deity Ganesha (Ganesh).

Ganesha is the son of Shiva, the Lord of the Dance. The movement of the universe is said to be maintained by the regular rhythm of Shiva's cosmic Dance of Bliss, the Nataraja. Occasionally there is a pause in the musical accompaniment while Shiva looks for a new rhythm. At that moment the universe ends, to be re-created as the dance begins again. Ganesha inherited his father's attributes, and is shown here in a dancing posture not unlike that of his father.

Large: 4.5"(10cm)/7oz

Size: 
2.3" (5.8 cm)
Materials: 
Resin ivory substitute
Country of origin: 
U.S.
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