Ganesha/Ganpati Murti (गणेश जी) : The most popular deity of Hindus is Lord Ganesha, every Hindu have Ganesha statues, painting, sceneries and handicrafts. Ganesha idols are very commonly used as decorative purpose but do you know we can also use them as a Fengshui item. Ganpati Murti
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Usually when we see a seated idol of Lord Ganesha, he is sitting on a throne or on a lotus flower. The most common sitting posture is known as the Lalitasana. It shows Ganesha sitting on a throne with his left leg folded and the right leg resting on the ground or vice versa. In some of the idols the Lord is seen sitting cross legged on a lotus flower and that particular posture denotes that he is meditating. The leg that rests on the ground shows that Lord Ganesha is concerned about the affairs of the world and is there to help devotee and bestow his blessings on the world. The other leg however denotes his semi meditation pose.
Ganesha is popularly known to stand for wisdom and knowledge. Through the physical image that has been depicted of the god throughout the years, a few symbolism have been inferred and are associated with the god, and are projected as desirable traits so that we too, in our daily lives, try to emulate these characteristics. (Ganesha)
Ganesha head and trunk represent the “Om” symbol, the aural symbol of cosmic reality. If you look closely, you’ll see that one of his tusks is missing or in some idols, partially absent (ekdanta). This is to signify that good will prevail, while the bad will be severed.
Ganesha is only one inference out of many; the Hindu culture is full of varied legends and stories about how events occurred. His broad forehead signifies that he is wise and invites us to think in broader terms. The abhaya mudra he holds on one hand is symbolic of fearlessness and protection, while in two others, he holds an axe to show the severing of material attachments and a “pasha” or noose symbolizes the power to capture and overcome obstacles. He usually is depicted as having more than two hands, in order to show his divinity. In his lower left hand, he holds a modak, and this is meant as a reward for “Sadhana” or dedicated meditation by his devotees. (To be honest, we would be more than happy to meditate only if it resulted in modak rewards.) Ganesha
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