Butter is used to symbolize the solid, steady mind that is fixed on God, For instance, before starting any major enterprise, a Hindu will perform a ceremony dedicated to Lord Ganesha- the Elephant God. As a kind of metaphysical actor, butter stars in numerous religious rituals created by our ancestors long ago. Because butter was often perceived as a divine mystery in itself, hidden in milk and temperamental to produce, like the divine Lord is hidden in all creation; spiritual work and its rewards are symbolized by the hard job of churning.
Attired with the enticing diamond & rubies embedded armor & inlaid briefs (nappy) and kiritacrown ( headgear) and kundals( earlobes), looking cute with his long curved burly trunk on which is inscribes sacred ‘ॐ’, very attractive eyes, bejeweled with ornaments like bracelets, armlets, necklaces. This gorgeous Brass idol of Bal-Ganesha enjoying butter is eye-catching. Ganesha is shown as a Bal Gopal aged about 6—12 months old crawling holding butter in his raised one hand keeping the second hand and the little sturdy legs on the stunningly carved two-layered well-raised podium embedded with vivid and vibrant minakari karigari.
This posture reminding Lord Krishna’s well-known fondness for butter, the boyish mischief of Lord Krishna in his predilection for stealing butter and yogurt (Dahi) from the milkmaid’s hanging pots and is affectionately nicknamed Makhan chor, the butter thief. Ganesha is fond of all delicious foods and his love for
Butter, modaks, motichoor laddu is universally well known. This aesthetic murti of Lord Ganesha, child of Shiva – Parvathi is a must for your home for auspiciousness, for attaining wisdom and benevolence.