- Handcrafted by women in rural Gujarat region of India. Each piece is individually handmade and hence shows small imperfections which enhances their uniqueness and authenticity
- An ancient Hindu symbol of prosperity and spirituality Lord Ganesh and Om in one authentically handcrafted wall decoration piece
- The size of the wall hanging is 16 inches by 9.5 inches / 40 cms by 24 cms. It weighs approximately 400 grams / 0.88 lbs
- A small metal clip on the back can be used to hang the piece on the wall
- Adorn your wall and bless your home with spirituality
Om Ganesh Wall Hanging Painting
This authentic handcrafted hand painted work of art brings two spiritually powerful symbols of Hinduism together to brings blessings and prosperity to your home.
Each piece is handmade by women in rural Gujarat region of India. These women bring generations of traditional art and creativity. The uniqueness and authenticity of each piece is reflected in small imperfections which are characteristic of handwork.
Specifications and Secure Shipping
The painting is made from multi-density fibreboard (MDF). The overall size is 16″ x 9″ and the piece weighs approximately 350 grams or 0.77 lb. It is shipped directly from India by the artisan in multi-layered protective packaging ensuring safe and secure fast delivery by tracked USPS service.
Lord Ganesh, also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is immediately recognizable as the elephant-headed god. Son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesh is widely revered, in all Hindu sects regardless of affiliations, as remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, the deva of intellect and wisdom.
Om – the beginning of everything
Om is the old, most powerful, all-encompassing mystical entity as described in the oldest of Hindu testaments – Upanishads. The symbol of Om is the manifestation of God. It reflects absolute infinite reality with no beginning or the end. It embraces everything that exists in the universe. It is placed at the beginning of most Hindu texts as a sacred incantation to be intoned at the beginning and end of a reading of the Vedas or prior to any prayer or mantra.
Traditionally, the trunk of Ganesh is considered symbolist of Om. In this contemporary representation, it is the constellation of iconographic elements of Om Ganesh mantra.