Ganesha Sculptures

    Ganesha Sculptures

    Tall Ganpati idols can be eco-friendly too

    Pramod Palav, an artist from Kankavli, Sindhudurg, has proved that the height of an idol cannot be an excuse not to use environmentally friendly material. He has designed a 21-foot-tall Ganpati idol from shaadu...

    Making a god out of clay

    While Ganesh festival brings to the fore the cooperative spirit among different communities in Hubli-Dharwad, it also provides an opportunity for artisans to showcase their talent by creating idols depicting Lord Ganesh in myriad...

    Sand made Lord Ganesha wins gold for artist

    Odisha-based sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik's sculpture of Hindu god Ganesha has won two gold medals at the just-concluded Solo International Sand Art Contest in Marbella, Spain. Pattnaik's 3.5-metre sand sculpture bearing message - "Save The...

    They sculpt God here

    Shrabonti Bagchi, TNN BANGALORE: On the top floor of his small two-storey house in Pottery Town, 37-year-old Murali Boji sits on a low stool, a potter's wheel in front of him. On the pedestal of...

    Ganesha in Ireland

    Large stone statue (in Ireland!) of Shri Ganesha reading a book. As the Lord of Wisdom, He is invoked by students embarking on a course of study or facing exams.

    Coral Ganesha

    Shri Ganesha statue in Jaipur(?), reputedly made from a single piece of red coral! I've never seen a piece of red coral anywhere near that big, so maybe it's really coral-coloured stone? In any...

    Hoysala

    The Hoysala Empire consisted of the present day South Indian state of Karnataka and parts of the neighbouring states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The rulers of this dynasty were great patrons of...

    Ganesha with Umbrella

    South Indian Bronze of Shri Ganesha wearing high-rise sandals and holding umbrella and waterpot

    Powerful and Intelligent Ganesha

    Murthis (images) of Shri Ganesha with trunk turned to His right represent the destruction of negative forces. The female figures seated on Lord Ganesha's knees are Siddhi and Buddhi. They are manifestations of the Success...
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