- Print – Width and Height 18 x 24”
- Original Painted in oils
- On canvas
Ekadanta Ganapati: In this form Lord Ganesh is holding a Flower, His broken Tusk, a bowl of modakas (sweet balls) and a battle axe to cut away the bond of ignorance. He is accompanied by His divine mouse Krauncha who serves as his vahana (Vehicle) in this avatar (incarnation)
The devotees of Lord Ganesh worship the Ekadanta form to achieve success and improve their power of concentration. The single tusk of the deity signifies that He will sacrifice anything to fulfill the wishes of His worshippers.