Extraordinary details characterize this beautiful work from Suresh and Devender Garg. Seated beneath a floral canopy, Lord Ganesha relaxes calmly. Mice nibble corn at his feet. The auspicious god is the son of Shiva and Durga, two of the most powerful deities in Hindu belief. Ganesha has the power to control the occult forces that bring disaster upon humankind. His clothing and posture evoke a sense of nobility while his face speaks of kindness and generosity. Sculpted of kadam wood, this exquisite sculpture is a beautiful example of one of India's oldest art forms.