Forms of Lord Ganesha
|Segara Sanur 9th century|
As Vighneshvara, Lord Ganesha is Lord of Obstacles. As Ekadanta, Lord Ganesha is the Single-Tusked One, the Patron of Literature.
|Monkey Forest in Ubud|
As Siddhidata, Lord Ganesha is the Giver of Success associated with bountiful harvests and general abundance in life.
|Dancing Ganesha (Uttar Pradesh). 9th-10th century.|
Ekadanta is the Conquerer of Moda arrogance.
Dhumravarna (smoke colored) overcomes Abhimana, pride;
|Indonesia, Central Java, circa 9th century|
Vakratunda (curved trunk) is the Vanquisher of Matsarya, jealousy
|Shakti-Ganesha, Kunna, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh State Museum, 10th century.|
Mahodara (big belly) is Lord of Moha, infatuation;
|Twenty-Armed Dancing God Ganesh|
Gajanana (elephant face) conquers Lobha, greed;
|ca. second half of the 9th century|
Lambodara (corpulent belly) overcomes Krodha, anger;
|eight armed dancing God Ganesha utter pradesh 10th century|
Vikata (deformed) conquers Kama, lust;
Vighnaraja (King of Obstacles) prevails over Mamata (egotism).
||Ganpati Bappa Morya||
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