Vighnajit: Conqurer of All Obstacles

Lord Ganesha, as in this Arecanut Leaf portrait, is often sculpted and carved by many artisans for he is known as the god of auspiciousness. The tale has it that when Lord Vishnu's wedding was going on, Narada Muni on finding Ganesha alone approached him and told him that he is not invited as he ate a lot. Angered by this, Lord Ganesha ordered his pet mouse to dig a hole in the way of the procession. As planned, the wheels of chariots got stuck in that hole and it became impossible to get them out. The gods then sought help from a man who was passing by. He prayed to Lord Ganesha and was able to get the wheels out with ease. The gods realised their mistake and started worshipping Lord Ganesha as the remover of obstacles.
Note: In all its grandeur this can be custom made i.e., hand crafted exclusively for you in a size of your choice to suit your needs.
Dimension: 12"x08".
Culture: India.
Medium: Arecanut Leaf.
Suggested Placement: In your living room or meditation hall.
Weight: 400gms.
Product Code: acapallghg-89.


Category: Arecanut Works

Type: Tribal Art




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