Ganesha writing scriptures

It is made up of fine quality molded fiber and supplied in laminated form, enclosed in a box.
Height: 3.9 inches
Lenght: 3.8 inches
Weight: 376 grams

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$25.00

Ganesha is seen holding his own broken tusk, which he uses,as a pen to write scriptures with as sage Vyasa dictates them.He teaches us that we must finish what we start and that sacrifice is necessary in the persuit of learning and higher spirituality. Seated next to Ganesha,is his vehicle, mouse.

In the first book of the Mahabharata,it is described that Vyasa asked Ganesha to aid him in writing the text, however Ganesha imposed a condition that he would do so only if Vyasa narrated the story without pause. To which Vyasa then made a counter-condition that Ganesha must understand the verse before he transcribed it.

Thus sage VedVyas narrated the whole Mahabharata and all the Upanishads and the 18 Puranas, while Lord Ganesha wrote.

It serves as an ideal desktop and gift item.

Design: It is made up of fine quality molded fiber and supplied in laminated form, enclosed in a box.
Height: 3.9 inches
Lenght: 3.8 inches
Weight: 376 grams

 

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It is made up of fine quality molded fiber and supplied in laminated form, enclosed in a box.
Height: 3.9 inches
Lenght: 3.8 inches
Weight: 376 grams

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