Stone size: 6 cm x 9 cm
Weight: 310 gms
Ganesha is believed to be in-charge of removing obstacles or in Vedic terms, Vighna Vinashaka or destroyer of obstacles. Moreover, he throws hurdles in the path of activities that we’re not supposed to tread on and removes them from the path that we’re supposed to follow. When it’s the beginning of anything, say, a business or a job or a project, one turns to Ganesha for his blessings, which is believed to be auspicious and lucky. Ganesha is also known as the God of wisdom. Lord Shiva, the father of Ganehsa, named him Ganapati , the leader (pati) of his troops (ganas). Ganesha always makes sure that one is able to execute a mighty task with a small force. For example, he travelled all over the universe on a tiny rat, giving us inspiration to achieve great success with limited means. Therefore, heplays a major role when it comes to helping the mortals with all their endeavours.
Ganesha’s powers have a very strong impact on our lives. A Ganesha idol is a remarkable and indispensable element of every Hindu home. It represents a human being having the entire Cosmos in himself, with a massive amount of spiritual energies and authority. We should imbibe all these values of the great elephant God in our day-to-day lives. Ganesha, with his mysterious powers, will make one prosper. He is a symbol of love and is everyone’s well-wisher.