Ganesha is often referred to as the child god and is considered the remover of obstacles. His presence in a home/office ensures a hassle free existence. Ganesha figures are most commonly seen with four hands which signify their divinity. His elephant head, symbolic of auspiciousness, strength and intellectual prowess.
Just as the sound of Om represents the four states of Brahman, the symbol Om written in Sanskrit also represents everything. The material world of the waking state is symbolized by the large lower curve. The deep sleep state is represented by the upper left curve.
The dream state, lying between the waking state below and the deep sleep state above, emanates from the confluence of the two. The point and semicircle are separate from the rest and rule the whole. The point represents the turiya state of absolute consciousness. The open semicircle is symbolic of the infinite and the fact that the meaning of the point can not be grasped if one limits oneself to finite thinking.
Suitable for indoors and outdoor.