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Brass Ganesh Idol

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Brass Ganesh Idol/Brass Ganesh Statue : Lord Ganesha, the God of happiness, prosperity and good health, is considered one of the most auspicious of all Indian deities. Indian tradition lays a lot of emphasis on worshiping Lord Ganesha, especially before every auspicious event. However, many homeowners often forget the tradition of placing Lord Ganesha’s idol at home and more importantly at the right place. The right idol placed correctly attracts an abundance of wealth, good health and removes all obstacles.-Brass Ganesh Statue

Vastu experts prescribe placing Lord Ganesha’s idol either in the west, north-east or north direction. Never let the idol face south because it can do more harm than good. It should never be near a washroom, toilet or against a wall attached to it. A vision of Lord Ganesha opposite your main entrance wards off all evil from your home.- Brass Ganesh Murti

Vastu experts recommend placing just one Ganesha idol at home. It is a belief that more than one idol negates the flow of positive energy and overwhelms Riddhi Siddhi. So, avoid more than one idol of Lord Ganesha at home. An idol made of stone stands firm in this home garden bringing in all that positive energy. -Brass Ganesh Murti

Several Vastu experts recommend placing a white idol of Lord Ganesha in the right direction. It is a fact that a white idol invites harmony, peace, and prosperity. You may also bring home a vermilion idol of Lord Ganesha if you want self-growth and success. Conversely, you may stick a photo of the same as well. You will never find an idol of Lord Ganesha without two things – his vehicle or the mouse and a modak in his hand. Before buying and placing an idol for your home make sure you pay heed to these details. The modak represents prasadam offered to Lord Ganesha and the mouse symbolizes omnipresence.- Brass Ganesh Murti