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Ganesh statues – bringing good luck and prosperity to your life

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Lord Ganesh is one of the most popular deities in Hinduism. He is the God that removes obstacles and is a beloved deity. Place antique lord Ganesha statues at your garden for peace , love and happiness. Geoff’s Garden Ornament offers wide range of Ganesh statue into various materials. Shop today for Free delivery in UK.

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Ganesh statues – bringing good luck and prosperity to your life

  1. 1. Ganesh Statues – Bringing Good Luck and Prosperity to Your Life Lord Ganesh is one of the most popular deities in Hinduism. He is the God that removes obstacles and is a beloved deity. If you are among one of his ardent worshippers, here is a look on different kinds of statues of this Hindu God that you can buy and invite prosperity to your life. Baby Ganesh Desk Statue: Vyasadeva, the great sage, wanted to put Mahabharata into writing and needed someone to help him in writing while he dictated. Hence, young Lord Ganesh accepted to write it down. You can see him do this task in a usually 5-inch statue. Junior Shree Ganesh Statue: This little statue of Ganesh is perfect for children and gifting. It is generally 2-inch high, but contains details and is beautiful. Pancha Mukhi Ganesh: Pancha Mukhi means five-faced. Lord Ganesh stands in front of his royal throne while divine radiance spreads all over behind him. God Ganesh on Throne: Ganesh has an elephant’s head, four hands, and a big belly. His only vehicle is a tiny mouse that represents wisdom, intelligence, and presence of mind. In his hands, he carries different things like a rope, an axe, and a sweet called laddoo. His fourth hand’s palm faces in a way to bless his devotees. Mini Ganesh: Ganesh is the Lord of wealth and prosperity and the miniature statue of his can be kept anywhere in your house. Big Ganesh Ji Statue: The larger statue of the God creates an auspicious presence of his wherever he goes and people can look forward to it and meditate on. Trimurti Statue: Trimurti refers to three idols. In this statue you will find Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth), Saraswati (Goddess of knowledge), and Lord Ganesh. Padmasan Mudra Ganesh: In this stature, the Lord sits on a lotus. Nrutya Mudra Statue: Nrutya means dance in Sanskrit. This statue of Ganesh is in dancing form. Mundkata Ganesh: You will find the Mundkata statue of Ganesh mostly in the Himalayas. As the name suggests, this statue is without the head. It holds a great significance in Hindu Mythology, and the devotees consider it as an idol of the son of Parvati who created him and Lord Shankar, who later beheaded him. With such profusion of idols, the God is indeed all over. The more you have Ganesh statues, the better you get the chance to gain good luck.

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