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It is the time to feel blessed to have the refuge of this divine 19 inch high Ganesha marble statue standing upon a pedestal. The four armed standing Ganesha is a manifestation of the god's strength, capacity and might to overcome challenges. When you look at this 1.5 feet Ganpati statue carefully, then you will find that the right leg of the lord is slightly ahead of the left leg. It symbolises the value of adaptability and flexibility in life. One of the right hands of this standing Ganesha is in the abhaya mudra to denote protection against fear and negativity. The four arms of Lord Vighneshwara represent the four inner attributes related to a subtle body, i.e. Manas (mind), Ahamkara (ego), Buddhi (intellect) and Chitta (conditioned conscience). Lord Ganesha is also the God of "the Atman", meaning pure consciousness, allowing these four attributes to properly function within us. The presence of this blessing Vinayaka statue invites luck, wealth, generosity, goodwill, and fortune to your premises.
There is no usage of stock image here and the Ganesha marble statue photo that you can see here is the one that will be delivered to your address through shipment after confirmation of the order. Place this standing Ganesha marble statue at the living room, puja room, home entrances, garden, office premises, temple, resort, farmhouse, clubs, hospitals, rehabilitation centre, hotel, academic and research institutions, and different forms of commercial establishments. As per Vaastu experts, it is advisable to place this Hindu God statue in the west, north and northeast directions. Here, the north direction is most preferable because it is regarded as the direction where lord Shiva resides and hence deemed very auspicious. It is strongly advised not to place it near or adjacent to bathroom, laundry room or lavatory. Place this Ganesha statue in marble stone directly with complete peace of mind. Indeed, no worries about cutting, chiseling or drilling, unnecessary installation noise or wear and tear at the premises.
Let's have a look at features of this hand carved standing Ganesha statue in white marble: