Ganesh is the Hindu God of knowledge and the remover of. He is also called Ganapati (leader of the people), Buddhividhata ( god of knowledge ), or Vighnaharta (Remover of obstacles). He is one the most important Gods in the Hindu religion and all religious ceremonies, serious compositions in writing, and all worldly affairs of importance are begun with an invocation to Lord Ganesh.
In this idol, He is shown having five faces . The most relevant meaning of the five-headed Ganesh is certainly that these heads symbolize the five kosha in the subtile anatomy experienced by the yogi:
The flesh body made of matter
The breath body, or energy body
The mental body
The body of the Upper Consciousness
The body of Cosmic Bless.
Thus, the fifth head of Ganesh symbolizes the highest level of yogic experience, called anandamayakosha, or Sat-Chit-Ananda , the Pure Consciousness.
Thus this form of Lord Ganesha when kept in home/office , brings auspicious vibrations of spirituality, harmony and bliss. Best kept facing North direction.
Made in heavy shining brass.
3.5" (L) x 2” (W) inches.