Styled in a unique color combination of shiny silver and orange, Ganesha settles in lilatasana on a double layered pink lotus pedestal that is placed on a high-raised red and green colored platform. The intense black eyes are symbolic of his omnipresent vision to cure the evils of his beloved devotees. The silver ankle length dhoti patterned in slight wavy horizontal stripes complements with the long floral sash that runs down his paunchy belly, which in turn enhances the beauty of this large Ganesha sculpture. The white hued body embellished with silver garbs and shiny silver jewels highlight each and every divine aspect of his persona in realistic manners.
Ganesha is popularly acclaimed as Vighnaharta (remover of obstacles) which can also be justified by the way he carries his destructive weapons in his posterior hands and the anterior hands carry his broken tooth and the favorite fruit mango representing his dual persona of dedication while writing Mahabharata and the child-like innocence and love when holding a Mango. This Chaturbhuja Ganesha sculpture is gloried in a gracious South Indian styled silver crown, topped with a large shining Kirtimukham with red ferocious eyes and fangs protruding out.
The large prabhavali at the back is carved in beautiful multiple layers having a marvelous outer layer of lotus petals decorated with red and green color combinations. Sculptor’s immense precision in work can be identified by the deep and parallel chisels on his embellished trunk that curls towards the left. The large size and perfect carvings of this distinctive Ganesha sculpture captures the attention of every individual.