Although markets now-a-days are flooded with unique styles and kinds of urlis of varied sizes and colors, but the one shown on this page is an exclusive handpicked artefact by the Exotic India team. In the contemporary era urlis are used as a home décor to beautify your vacant and dull house spaces in an alluring manner. The most amazing thing about this urli is the figurine of Lord Ganesha attached to it, as he is symbolized as the god of happiness and new opportunities.
This brass urli is carved with a glossy finish from inside uptil the brim and the circumference is veiled by multicolored and bright reconstituted stones forming a unique pattern by patches and thin layers; it is supported by wave shaped legs, fully covered in an alluring color combination of stones. Have a keen look at the stylized pattern which sculptor has created to enhance the beauty of the Kirtimukha arch having patches of colored stones in-between and on which Ganesha’s swing hangs.
Lord Ganesha is settled in lalitasana on his favourite swing granting a boon of valour by the right hand and the other carry his iconic attributes. He is attired in a charming red dhoti and blue angarakha with the trunk decorated in a chiselled lotus flower. Having this Ganpati brass urli will definitely increase the charm of your ambience by either keeping it like this or by decorating, by filling it with water and distributed rose petals or floating candles on it; for fragmented adornment, scented water or rose water can also be used. This statue gives a dual benefit of beauty with a divine touch.