Napier Museum

Bronze images

Collections | Bronze images | GANESHA


According to Hindu mythology Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi. Ganesha is unique in appearance with its elephant head. This exhibit is a four handed Ganesha. Three eyes are visible in the given exhibit. Yajnopavita is also clearly seen. The trunk is seen touching the sweet on one of the left hands.

Acc No: 470
Measurement: 13 x 8 cm
16th – 17th Century CE