Naughty Baby Ganesha Framed Canvas art
Ganesh, the Indian God as a baby, imagined by me. He has that naughty look in his eyes which will endear him to any one.
Ganesh is the most favourite God of the Indians and his birthday is celebrated all over India as Ganesh Chathurthi. He dispels all hurdles in life, so a prayer is made to him before commencement of anything, a new venture or even a journey!
There is a long story in Indian mythology as to how he got his elephant head. And his vehicle is a mouse!! His brother Subramanya's vehicle is a peacock and his father Shiva wears a cobra around his neck while his mother rides a tiger! Indirectly, Indian mythology protects its fauna! Hinduism is more a way of life than a religion.
12"x 10" Framed and ready to hang
artists acrylics on canvas stretched on wooden frame, with 1" box frame, ready to hang with hooks at the back.
Room view is only to approximate scale.
Shipping: Ships from India
Ships by India Post EMS service, with a tracking number, signed for delivery in 10 to 21 business days or more depending on the location. Due to Covid19 situation, there may be unforeseen delays.
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Stretched canvas and artists acrylic paints
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About the Artist
A self taught artist residing in India, art is a passion for me. Watching my father make small pen sketches on the Newspaper margins I too developed interest in art, and like any other child, started drawing. This continued as a leisure activity. I started taking my art seriously since the last...