Medium : Acrylic on canvas
Size : 8 inches X 11 inches
Lord Ganesha is seen seated peacefully in a medieval temple. The lighting is low key and beautifully warm. There is a presence of mouse, which depicts the Lord's mode of transport to solve the problems from all nooks and corners of the world just like the mouse. Hibiscus flowers are extensively used to attract his attention and please the lord. An age old urn is seen with a coconut. The coconut in Sanskrit is referred to as Sriphala or â€œthe Godâ€™s fruitâ€. The coconut is the only fruit that is used to symbolize â€˜Godâ€™. In the Hindu religion, the coconut is one of the most common offerings in a temple. And it also plays an essential role in all pujas. Painting is made in the year 2016. Painting can be rolled for shipping.
Country of Origin - India
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