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Consorts of Ganesha : Wooden Inlay Paintings

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US$15 / Rs. 976
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Throughout India, on contemporary poster art, Ganesha is portrayed with Sarasvati (goddess of culture and art) or Lakshmi (goddess of luck and prosperity) or both. Ganesha, Lakshmi and Sarswati are often grouped together as the divinities immediately responsible for material welfare. Ganesha and Saraswati share control over Buddhi (Wisdom), while Ganesha and Lakshmi are both deities of ddhi and Siddhi (material and spiritual success). Particularly in Maharashtra, Ganesha is associated with Zarda or Sarasvati. Some identify the two goddesses as the same person and thus the single consort of Ganesha while others consider them distinct and one or both of them as married to Ganesha. Lakshmi's association with Ganesha is rarely tied with the Tantric tradition of Lakshmi as Ganesha's [akti. Other reasons are variously offered for their relationship: their functional equivance and their joint worship on Diwali and in general by the "business community." Conversely, in Calcutta, Ganesha is said to be the brother of Sarasvati and Lakshmi. This paintings is made up on compilation of different woods like Jamun, Katal, Champa, Malaysian, India honne, Bilvar, Silver, Rubber, Tamarind etc. Its a unique handicraft item with inlay work on wood with good quality white and color plastics are used. A proper thread attached to the painting makes it easy to hung on the wall.
  • Size

    18 inches x 12 inches
  • Weight

    1000 Gms
  • Color/Material

    Multicolored / Mix Wood
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