Ganesha Magnetasian artmuseum store
Ganesha is depicted crowned and jeweled, fitting his status as one of India's most beloved gods.Ganesha is the god of beginnings, and he is also credited with writing the Mahabharata. He is a god of learning and of students. He is also the remover of obstacles, and is commonly invoked by devotees to make undertakings auspicious and to solve problems.
This iconic sculpture can be found in the Asian Art Museum's collection where followers and fans alike leave donations. The magnet measures about 3.75" tall and 2.5" wide. The magnet comes packaged in a packet that includes an image and information about the original artwork.