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"Trimuhkti Ganapati" Three Headed Ganesha Statue
- This form of Ganesha with Three Heads is called Trimuhkti Ganapati
- This three-headed form represents the three states of being called the Gunas (Qualities and Attributes). They are Sattva, Rajas and Tamas. Sattva is the mode of Goodness and Equilibrium, Rajas denotes Passion, Effort and Action or activity and Tamas depicts Ignorance, Lack of Action or Inertia. In its purest state, the mind is pure Sattva and the two sources of mental disturbances are Rajas (Excess activity) and Tamas (Inactivity).
- Ganesha is an elephant-headed Deity rich with lore and legend. The Remover of Obstacles, He is also considered the Deity of wisdom and intellect, as well as the God of beginnings and new journeys. Ganesha is associated with the root chakra at the base of the spine, from which the spiritual energy Kundalini originates. Ganesha may also be entreated to aid in Removing Obstacles to Spiritual Enlightenment.
- Measure approx. 1 1/2" tall
- Material : brass
- Origin is Thailand