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Lord Ganesha is the first of all Lords whose worshipping begins the worshipping of rest of the Lords, throughout the year, in India. Lord Ganesha is also considered a friend, and is adored with much pampering and enthusiasm.
Lord Ganesha is the only God who is adored in a personalized manner by all Indians, in their own best ways of love and respect. They love to adore Ganesha in His various forms of artistic expressions. “Dance” is one of them.
Lord Ganesha is believed to have removed worries of the people with His charm and charisma. And so, people love to worship Him as a charismatic Lord of empathy.
Sculpting is a rare Art and one of the most difficult one to make. It is the love for the cutest Lord that Artistes continue to make sculptures of Lord Ganesha. Touchtalent.com is indeed doing a fabulous job by giving the Art and Artistes the marketplace and a space of appreciation that they truly deserve.
Lord Ganesha is also considered to be very creative, and is often worshipped in His musical avatar. In this painting for example, He is seen to be playing the “Veena”, an Indian Classical Musical (stringed) instrument.
It is rare to see such creativity in sculpting. Lord Ganesha in a musical-instrumentation sculpture looks stunning!
‘Madhubani’ painting is another pure Art form pursued by skilled Artistes in India. It’s very inspiring to see Lord Ganesha in ‘Madhubani’ painting.
Lord Ganesha is being ceremoniously worshipped in temples, across all cities in India. And in temples, the devotees adorn Ganesha with jewellery of their choices, and offer Him with delicious sweets.
Artistes love to paint Lord Ganesha with the best of their imaginative talent. In one such painting, Shree Ganesha looks grand and is seen to be blessing the entire world for joy, peace, and prosperity.
It is heart-warming to see a young Artiste to have created Lord Ganesha in ‘Quilling’ art. Quilling or “paper filigree” is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs.
After the ceremonious celebration of Ganesha Chaturthi gets over, Ganesha says goodbye, and with a heavy heart, we wait for His come-back in the next year, once again.