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Ganesha terra cotta sculpture. Hand painted terra cotta Ganapati curio, mantle piece. Home Decor idea with an Indian, ethnic touch. Artikrti
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Terra Cotta Ganesha curio/ornament, hand painted, from India.
Vinayaka OR Ganesha OR Ganapati, the elephant trunk sporting God in Indian mythology is believed to be the God of Wisdom and the Remover of Obstacles or the God of Success. Hence he is symbolic of all good things that we want to happen in our lives.
Terra cotta is clay, fired to create mostly, humankind's early vessels. India's early evidence of terra cotta is from the Indus Valley Civilization over 2000 years back. While terra cotta is mostly utility, like the clay pot for Indian cooking or decorative, like in the decorative pottery kind terra cotta, early 20th century saw terra cotta being used for toys and other decor items.
This work of art done out of terra Cotta is a modern rendition in hand painted glory of Ganesha or Buddinath as he is also known. Buddhinath means God of Wisdom. Bring home this Ganesha or gift it to a friend for wisdom or for just the touch of contemporary ethnic touch to the decor.
Spread that aura of "enlightenment" & "ethnic chic".
A great gift for women who have that keen aesthetic eye for home décor. For the lady who seems to have it all. For the love of your life, your wife. Or your best friend, your sister, mom or aunt or grand mom. Surprise them truly, with this ethnic exclusive.
A great gift for yoga lovers and those who appreciate meditation and things ethnic.
Artikrti’s [meaning 'artistic creations'] mission is to take the fascinating kaleidoscope that is India and get the world outside to experience it. And add a stroke of beauty that’s different, to each woman’s life- to her personal beauty and her home.
Thank you for dropping in. In true Indian tradition, we hope your visit to Artikrti was a pleasurable one and we do hope to see you again in the future.
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