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Lord Ganesha writing the Mahabharat


INR 3,125


This statue of Lord Ganesha writing the Mahabharat is a rare form artistically carved by traditional artisans in pure heavy shining brass. Lord Ganesha is portrayed sitting comfortably and there is a bolster by His side on which He is resting one of his elbows. In his right hand He is holding His broken tusk as a pen to write. This is clearly visible in this statue.

Legend has it that, Rishi Veda Vyasa (sage Vyasa) was supposed to write the Mahabharata (the longest Indian Epic) but because of the vastness and complexities of the story he wanted someone knowledgeable and intelligent to write it. Veda Vyas requested and convinced Lord Ganesha to write the Mahabharata. Lord Ganesha complied and wrote the Mahabharata while Veda Vyasa narrated it.

It is said when Ganesha was writing the Mahabharata, the feather he was writing with broke. So, to stick to the condition of writing continuously while Veda Vyasa narrated non-stop, Ganesha broke his tusk and wrote with it.

This statue is ideally installed in study rooms table for enhancement of knowledge. Writers can also keep it in their table or room to help them write fluently and successfuly.

Height: 3.2 inches
Base Dimension: 2.3 (L) x 1.4 (W) inches
Weight: 365 gms


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