Ganesh Statue from Nepal

Ganesh Statue from Nepal

$525

Ganesh Statue from Nepal is made in Nepal by statue artists. The weight of this statue is 2kg and the size is 24 x 20 x 10cm.

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Ganesh Statue from Nepal is made in Nepal by statue artists. The weight of this statue is 2kg and the size is 24 x 20 x 10cm.

The material used to make this statue is copper. Ganesha or Ganpati is the lord of obstacles. Ganesha is worshipped before undertaking any task, as he has the power to remove obstacles. Ganesha is one of the deities best-known and most widely worshiped in the Hindu pantheon.

Ganesh Mantra

The Ganesh Mantra is Om Gam Ganpataye Namah.

Weight 2000 grams
Size 24 x 20 x 10cm
Material copper

Additional information

Weight 2 kg

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