Material :  BRONZE
Length :  7.0 Inches
Thickness :  6.0 Inches
Height :  16.5 Inches
Weight :  6.5 KG




According to Hindu scripts, Vinayak is a god of wisdom and commonsense. Hindu’s always offer their first prayers to Vinayak and later they complete rest of the rituals. Even kids offer prayers to Vinayak before getting in to schools with the understanding that now on they are going to take knowledge from teacher but let god Vinayak bless them with commonsense in using the knowledge in right direction.
According to holy scripts, while Mahadev was busy with meditation, Parvati got bored and she made a statue out of clay. Later she added life to that statue with the power that she had and named as Vinayak. Over a duration of time Vinayak has become her favorite and later she accepted him as her child. Whenever Parvati was going for bath, Vinayak used to guard her premises according to parvati’s order and was not allowing any one to get inside.

One day Mahadev completed his meditation and returned to Kailasa to meet Parvati. As usual Vinayaka was guarding her premises, unaware of the fact that Shiva is his father and he stopped him from entering premises. Even after repeated requests by Mahadev, Vinayak didnt allowed Mahadev to enter Parvatis premises according to her order. Due to Vinayak’s arrogance, Mahadev lost his cool and he beheaded Vinayak with his trishul(Weapon used by Mahadev).

When parvati came to know about this incident she got angry and ordered shiva to give life back to Vinayak. Out of fear shiva asked his Gana’s (Soldiers) to get head of any one from north direction. Accordingly his Gana’s found elephant sleeping in north direction and brought its head. Later shiva joined elephants head to Vinayak’s body and thus Vinayak became elephant headed god (In Sanskrit Gajanana).
After this incident Mahadev made Vinayak as head of his Gana’s and thus he became Ganapati. At the same time Ganesha has been blessed by parvati to get first rights of prayer offered to god’s as he is considered to be vighna vinashaka.
Like this there are many mythological stories related to different incidents and to know more about Ganesh and related stories, do send us emails to


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