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c. 1730 miniature of the Hindu god Ganesha, now in the National Museum at New Delhi.  Attired in a masculine garment known as a dhoti, Ganesha sits on a large lotus. His body is red in colour and he wears various golden necklaces & bracelets with a snake around his neck. On the three points of his crown, budding lotuses have been fixed. He holds in his lower right hand a rosary and in his upper right hand a cup filled with three round yellow sweets known as modakas.

Hindu God Ganesh the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Beginning--Basohli miniature, circa National Museum, New Delhi.

Happy happy Ganesh Chaturthi...offer prayers with your love your heart and your  soul... ❤️❤️❤️❤️

A typical four-armed form. Miniature of Nurpur school (circa

Shiva and Parvati giving a bath to Ganesha. Kangra miniature, 18th century. Allahbad Museum, New Delhi. So beautiful.

Ganesha Kangra miniature century Dubost - Ganesha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ganesh

This is Genesh (a Hindu god)- The remover of obstacles Peace

Maha ganapathi helps in overcoming the malefic effects of planets in one's horoscope.  #Mahaganapathi #Lordganapathi #Homam

Maha ganapathi homam plays a key role in removing the karmic issues and doshas of a person to live a better life.

Ganesh altar- Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Maybe a small area with some hardy not easy to kill plants?

Ganesha Holds Court Description 	 English: The god Ganesha is depicted as if he were an Indian ruler, with portable tent held above him and rich carpet underneath. At upper left is Ganesha's father Shiva, and his mother Parvati sits at upper right. The god Vishnu appears at lower left. The fourth figure, at lower right, is a devotee of some sort-perhaps the author of the text that this illustration might have accompanied. Date circa 1800

the Smarta tradition, 5 deities are Equal: Vishnu, Ganesha, Devi (Shakti), Shiva and Surya. Here a Ganesha-centric Panchayatana.

Indian Miniature Paintings Painting - Indian Miniature Painting On Heavy Paper Representing Lord Ganesha by Anonymous Indian artist

Large Indian miniature painting on heavy paper representing Lord Ganesha seated on lotus throne and holding different implements in his four hands.

Ganesh Hindu God Painting

The Hindu Elephant Deity – Ganesh Subject: Indian Religious Miniature Painting – Ganesh Paint Material: Opaque Watercolors Base Material: Stamp paper Size: 8 in.

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10 mystical facts about Lord Ganesha - Wisdom by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Painting on paper of crowned Ganesha seated on a lotus flower. He is given a plump physique denoting well-being. In his four arms he carries an axe, an elephant goad, a rosary and a lotus flower. From Punjab Hills, Pahari School, Basohli Style, c. 1720

Goauche painting on paper of a crowned Gaṇeśa seated on a lotus flower. He is given a plump physique denoting well-being. In his four arms he carries an axe, an elephant goad, a rosary and a lotus flower. Date 1720 (circa)

Shri Ganesha with His Shakti

Shri Ganesha with His Shakti, Hindu Water Color on PaperArtist: Navneet Parikh

Bronze Ganesha from Sripuranthan Temple.  Currently believed to be housed at Toledo Museum Ohio. More about the ganesha here : http://poe...

Bronze Ganesha from Sripuranthan Temple. Currently believed to be housed at Toledo Museum Ohio. More about the ganesha here : http://poe...

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