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Dancing Ganesha of Shamlaji

Lord Ganesha of Shamlaji temple meets you in various forms. The most popular deity of Hindus looks beautiful with his huge stomach, his long trunk, his big ears and his kind eyes.

GOD Ganesha Dancing On Rat 89" Wood Carved Hindu Art Statue Indian Temple 125 KG The power of love. Lord Ganesha is the god born of the mother Uma Devi. Initially, the Ganesha is indeed the most beloved of her. After the battle with Lord Shiva with Aqua misunderstandings escalate until the Ganesha's head off.

GOD Ganesha Dancing On Rat 89" Wood Carved Hindu Art Statue Indian Temple 125 KG The power of love. Lord Ganesha is the god born of the mother Uma Devi. Initially, the Ganesha is indeed the most beloved of her. After the battle with Lord Shiva with Aqua misunderstandings escalate until the Ganesha's head off.

Dancing Ganesha India, Pala Period late 11th century blackstone Chazen Museum of Art

Dancing Ganesha India, Pala Period late century blackstone Chazen Museum of Art

Kali sculpture from Calcutta Art Gallery, 1913. Kali is portrayed mostly in two forms: the popular four-armed form and the ten-armed Mahakali form. In both of her forms, she is described as being black in colour but is most often depicted as blue in popular Indian art.

hinducosmos: “Kali sculpture from Calcutta Art Gallery, 1913 Title: Indian myth and legend ”

A Sandstone Figure of a Dancing Ganesha  India, Madhya Pradesh, 10th/11th Century  The potbellied deity carved in openwork dancing on a lotus pod, reaching out to a bowl of sweets with his trunk and flanked by musicians, his face with a humorous expression 39½ in. (100.3 cm.) high

A Sandstone Figure of a Dancing Ganesha India, Madhya Pradesh, Century The potbellied deity carved in openwork dancing on a lotus pod, flanked by musicians, in.

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