Artistic Nanandha nardhana Ganapathy/ Ecstatic happy dance of Lord Ganesha, wood plaque carved out of teakwood, characteristic three dimensional depth carving of those days, Home decor collectible, Mounted on New Museum T mount..
Iconography – Anandha Nardhana, according to hindu mythology Lord Ganesha used to perform this dance for his parents Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati
Stance – Rare style master craft featuring the Lord ganesha dancing, with his right leg in air, right hand holds the Angush, while other holds the broken tusk, left hand holds the modhak ball while the other left hand sways in air like a vine…Exceptional workmanship perfectly balancing the whole image in one leg pivotal sideline depiction, two Yakshinis pray from above, two apsaras pray on either side, an yazhli guards the arch, mooshika mount seen at his foot, Lord is shown in royal attire swaying in air as a result of his dance, all these together stands testimony for the exceptional workmanship quality, super fine intricacy is another aspect of those days craft…
Benefits – Dancing Ganesha increases the positivity if placed in the South East direction facing east. It is considered to be good for those who are associated with creative work.
Make- Made by the skilled Tamilnadu wood carvers who are from lineage of old wood carvers…Even the smallest detailing is created..A true masterpiece…Positive vibe piece made according to the Aghama vidhi (Divine measure standards) of Shilpa Sastra..One can feel its aura and power in its very stance..
Overall mounted height 18 inches
Height of panel alone 12 inches
Width 8 inches