Diwali Paintings


The elephant headed God; Ganesha is one of the most popular Hindu Gods. The legend of how his father cursed him with an elephant's head in a fit of anger is the stuff folklores are made of. While it is considered auspicious to worship Ganesha before any festival or any major undertaking, Diwali is by far the center stage for this beloved God. Ganesha idols and other artifacts are purchased in large numbers and as far as Diwali painting are concerned.

Take a look at these breathtaking Diwali paintings 

Chand Ganesha

This glass painting shows Ganesha in a seated posture, with his face in profile and his right hand raised in a gesture of blessing.The painting shows Ganesha in auspicious red clothing and is decorated with semi-precious stones. The painting highlights the ornaments on Ganesha and shows his vaahana, (vehicle) Mooshak, (mouse) near Ganesha's feet. The Chand Ganesha is one of the most popular images of this God, and is most appropriate to occupy the pride pf place in the family living room or study. It helps keep the vibes pure and facilitates meditation. 

Chand Ganesha
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Mayur Ganesha

This glass painting shows Ganesha (a Hindu God) in a seated posture, with his face in profile and his right hand raised in a gesture of blessing. The painting shows Ganesha crowned with peacock feathers and carrying a lotus flower in one hand. The painting in soft earth colors is decorated with semi-precious stones. Lord Ganesha is worshipped as the remover of obstacles, and as a symbol of wisdom, prosperity and success. This painting is many a times placed in bedrooms for its soft pastel colors which help create and atmosphere conducive of sleep and rest. 

Mayur Ganesha
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Mushak Ganesha

This glass painting shows Ganesha (a Hindu God) in a seated posture on his vaahana (vehicle) Mushaka (mouse), with his right hand raised in a gesture of blessing. The painting in auspicious pink and blue colors is decorated with semi-precious stones. Lord Ganesha is worshipped as the remover of obstacles, and as a symbol of wisdom, prosperity and success. This handmade piece of art is double glass framed. This beautiful painting is so special that it deserves to adorn the walls of the family Puja room. 

Mushak Ganesha
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Sitting Ganesha

This glass painting shows Ganesha (a Hindu God) in a seated posture, with his face in profile and his right hand raised in a gesture of blessing. The painting in auspicious red and green colors is decorated with semi-precious stones. The painting highlights the ornaments on Ganesha, the folds of his clothing, and the heap of 'modaks,' (a kind of Indian sweet) symbolizing prosperity, placed beside Ganesha. This handmade piece of art is double glass framed and is extremely elegant and classy.

Sitting Ganesha
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