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Ganesh Statue

Ganesh Statue

Ganesh statues, the most revered of all the Hindu gods, the remover of obstacles; bringing success and harmony to your home. Lord Ganesha, a god for new beginnings, worshipped by all those who are longing hard on the road to success. All Ganesh Statues are cast in pure bronze, designed and made using traditional methods from the master craftsmen of Northern Thailand. Lord Ganesha is always invoked first at Hindu ceremonies and festivals – celebrated with devotion and fervor; he is the heart beat of Indian culture.  Ganesh statues are often dancing gleefully the Joyously rotund elephant god is a special favourite with children.

Ganesh Statues

Ganesh statues due to their harmonious aura and beauty have become a choice home décor accent. Wherever they are placed in the household people feel the uplifting force of lord Ganesh’s protectionWe recommend placing Ganesh Statues at the entrance to your home, above the front door to entice good luck and positive energy. The gift of a Ganesh statue, give something beautiful and meaningful to a loved one. Gifting Ganesha Statuescan be treated as bond rejuvenating activity be that friends, family, co-workers or clientele. Ganesh statues evokes images of great size and phenomenal strength but also intelligence, wisdom and an inexplicable gentleness. These principles are something we all strive for in ourselves and something that Ganesh Statues can help bring to us.

Hindu Milk Miracle

The Hindu Milk Miracle in a religious phenomena, where a Ganesha Statue drank milk offerings. The phenomena started on 21 September 1995 in a small temple in Dehli, by the next morning every Hindu deities across India were drinking offerings. This phenomena reoccurred twice more in 2006 and 2010 this time involving Shiva, Durga and Ganesh statues. Bizarrely this phenomena took place just days after sea water turned sweet in Mumbai.