Ganesh , Lakshmi, Saraswathi - Copper Idol
Idol featuring Lord Ganesha, Goddess Lakshmi, and Goddess Saraswati is a representation of the divine trinity in Hinduism, symbolizing auspiciousness, prosperity, wisdom, and creativity. Such an idol typically combines the presence of these three important deities, each associated with distinct attributes and qualities.
Lord Ganesha: Ganesha is usually depicted in the center of the idol, prominently seated , representing the remover of obstacles and the lord of new beginnings. He might be depicted with his characteristic elephant head, four arms, and various attributes like his broken tusk, a noose, an elephant goad, and a bowl of sweets.
Goddess Lakshmi: Goddess Lakshmi, the deity of wealth, abundance, and prosperity, is often depicted on one side of Ganesha. She is shown either seated or standing, showering blessings and holding lotus flowers in her hands. Her presence signifies the bestowal of material and spiritual riches.
Goddess Saraswati: Goddess Saraswati, the embodiment of knowledge, learning, and the arts, is usually depicted on the other side of Ganesha. She may be portrayed playing a musical instrument like the veena or holding a book, symbolizing wisdom and creativity. Her presence signifies the importance of education and the pursuit of knowledge.
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