Lord Ganesha is considered God of learning and the remover of obstructions. He is son of Lord Shiva and Mata Sati. Lord Ganesha is also referred to as Vinayak or Vighneshwer. According to Hindu Vedas Lord Ganesha has to be worshipped at beginning of any Puja or Yagna. He has four hands, elephant's head and a big tummy. His vehicle is a mouse. In his hands he has a rope (to convey lovers to reality), a axe (to reduce fans' connections), and a sweet ball laddoo (to remunerate lovers for otherworldly action).
His fourth hand's palm is constantly reached out to bless individuals with happiness. A remarkable mix of his elephant-like head and a speedy moving small mouse vehicle speaks to gigantic astuteness, insight, and vicinity of brain. Get blessed by Elephant god, Rudra Centre presents wide collection of Ganesha Idols.