A Truly Lovable God

A Truly Lovable God

Ganesha by S. Gopal

Untitled by S. Gopal

He truly is gana+pati … the ruler of multitudes. With his elephant head and his protruding belly. He is the best known and most widely worshipped God of the Hindu pantheon. He is also the most popular God represented in Indian paintings, both ancient and contemporary. He is the remover of obstacles, the lord of learning and letters and his love for modak (a yummy sweet meat comprising a rice pastry stuffed with coconut and jaggery)…what’s not to love?!

This non- sectarian God is depicted in so many different forms crawling as a baby, standing, seated, reading a book, writing, dancing, playing musical instruments, reclining – the representations of this god are innumerable. And artists down the ages – painters, sculptors, muralists have chosen their own unique interpretations to depict this lovable diety.

http://www.IndiaArtVillage.com has a novel collection of artworks depicting Ganesh that are attractive and won’t pinch your pocket. Browse our gallery of Ganeshas and choose your favourite!

About www.indiaartvillage.com

We are a company formed by enthusiasts & specialists in the art & internet domain. Through IndiaArtVillage.com we have created an online art gallery of paintings from renowned & upcoming Indian artists, and patrons can purchase the same directly from the site. Our collection comprises of more than 1500 paintings from our panel of over 30 artists on a wide variety of mediums & topics - Oil, Water colour, Landscapes, Figurative & Abstracts. Our mission is 'Making Art Accessible' for all - by offering a platform for artists & art lovers to connect, & by offering a wide price range and ease of purchase on our site.
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