Lord Ganesha is the most widely adored of the Hindu pantheon, not least owing to his elephant-head and his childlike love for sweetmeats. He watches over new beginnings everywhere and is considered to be relatively easy to please by devotees. The Lord comes in a variety of postures and moods - sometimes He is fierce and about to break into attack, sometimes He sits calmly on His seat or stands with His arm held up in blessing, and sometimes He is dancing. Indian Arts extensive collection of exquisite brass sculptures of this much-revered Indian deity captures a diverse range of His divine moods and postures.

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