Lord Ganesha is a truly wonderful and loving god who has an extraordinary knack for unweaving complicated situations and making them simple. He can unweave his devotees from their karma, simplifying and purifying their lives. This sculpture of Ganesha is carved in all its accurate expressions and formations spreading vibes of spirituality and aesthetics. The sculptor has chosen for a dynamite aventurine jade gemstone, which is popularly used for making jewels and ornamental figurines. The combination of smooth green and brown colors decorated by shades of gold highlights the beauteous aspects of this Ganesha sculpture.
Jade is a name given to two kinds of mineral forms, Nephrite and Jadeite having a hard and compact structure and usually varies from light green to dark green with white markings. Ganesha sits here on a thick square pedestal carved in stylized patterns on the sides and back and two mice approaching the bowl of laddoos in the front. Chaturbhuja is sculpted in his usual posture with the reddish brown dhoti tied below his portly belly, decorated in gold dot motifs and red stone highlighted on the knees and a green dot motif stole hung across his shoulders. He carries a noose in each of his posterior hands and anterior hands are postured in abhaya mudra and the other holding motichoor laddoo respectively.
The gold jewels embellished on his body accentuate the beauty of his persona and his cosmic sense; the design of the long pendant that rests on his fat belly compliments with the large sun aureoled crown decorated in green and red stones and the sparkling gold striated flappy ears. This aventurine jade masterpiece is symbolic of purity, protection and unconditional love for the beloved Ganesha.