Shuba Drishti Ganapathi (Kan Drishti Pillayar) 8" x 6" Ashwood Carving Oval Frame
Material: Ash wood
Finish: Wood stain with lacquer satin finish
Dimensions: 8.0 inch height x 6.0 inch width x 1.0 inch depth
Weight: 0.67 lbs
In stock: 2
Shipping and delivery: 5 - 7 business days
Product description: Lord Ganesh is worshipped for wisdom, success and to remove all obstacles and difficulties in one’s life. Shubha Drishti Ganapathi is a powerful divine form of Ganesh, and is the 33rd form of Ganesh created by the blessings of Sage Agasthya to remove the effects of evil-eye and protect everyone for their well being. Hence he is also known as Kan Drishti Pillayar.This form of Ganapathi is very powerful as he takes after other Gods and Goddess with respect to their weapons in hand.
The wood panel portrays Drishti Ganapathi standing on a fully bloomed lotus flower, and is eight armed. The eight arms holds a goad (ankusha) and a noose (pasha), a chakra and a conch, a sword and a mace, and the front hands holds a trishul, and a fire bowl. His vahana the mouse is present near his feet, along with a ferocious lion standing behind him which symbolizes Maa Durga. The attributes conch, chakra, and mace (Gada) symbolizes Lord Vishnu, the third eye on his forehead, serpents coiled in his trunk, and the fire bowl symbolizes Lord Shiva, and he takes after his mother Parvathi by holding a trishul in his hand. The tip of Ganesh crown has a small lotus flower with the kalasam (holy water pot), and his head is surrounded by Nagadevatas emitting fire, and the fire is surrounded by a circle of eyes. Drishti Ganapathi is a Rudra form of Ganesh and is worshipped in home and office to destroy all the evil effects. Keen attention has been given to the attributes of Drishti Ganapathi and is intricately carved demonstrating a fine workmanship by our team of artists. Wall hanging hardware is attached to the panel.