Trishul Ganesh Statue/Trishul Ganpati Idol (त्रिशूल गणेश): Lord Ganesh is the Remover of hurdles. He is rich in symbolism and is a spiritual guide. Every symbol associated with the Hindu elephant-headed god is seen as a reminder of the manifestation of the forces within us. A much loved and worshiped deity, Ganesh is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Trishul Ganpati Idol has many poses and forms, usually with four or eight arms, holding various symbolic objects.
Lord Ganesh often dances or plays a musical instrument like the flute. Sometimes he is accompanied or rides on a rat (or mouse) – the all-pervading symbol. A rat that can be interpreted as under Ganesh’s control, symbolizing the spiritual pursuit of self-realization and grace. Even the position of Lord Ganesh’s tribe has significance and special meaning. Like all Ganesh’s symbols and features, each has an interesting difference in the benefits the devotee would receive. (Trishul Ganesh Statue)
If the trunk of the idol turns to the left, it means blessings of wealth, success, and pleasure. To its right, the stem represents the benefits associated with moksha. However, the understanding that all pleasures on earth are momentary and lead to the attainment of bliss. His cracked tusk held in his right hand broke off to use as a writing instrument for the Mahabharata Epic. It is a symbol of sacrifice and strength and shows that we must finish what we have started. (Trishul Ganesh Statue)
However, Some of the most popular sacred symbols in the statues of Lord Ganesh are the elephant’s tusk, bowls filled with Indian sweets or honey, the axe, and the inverted noose. The spikes are a symbol of how one should lead the soul away from the ignorance and illusions of this earth, just as one would lead an elephant from a treacherous path. Modakapatra, also familiar as the sweet bowl, exemplifies Ganesh’s love of sweets and the symbol he loves most – moksha or liberation, one of the sweetest things of all. Besides, the axe is a tool to destroy ignorance in the world. (Trishul Ganesh Statue)
For instance, The noose illustrates the idea of close loved ones. But it also reminds us to surround and rescue the lost in extraordinary ways. Although some symbols have a more esoteric meaning than others. Moreover, all the sacred symbols of Ganesh one can interpret in many ways. However, Lord Ganesh and his symbols primarily impart life lessons that help calm the mind. Moreover, it develops with spiritual positive development.
Trishul Ganesh Statue Details:
Size: 7.5×5.1 inch
Weight: 280 gm
Product Type: Puja Idol
Energized: Ganesh Beej Mantra
Shipping: Within 4-5 Days in India
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