Silver Ganesh Moon

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₹6,038.38
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₹6,901.00
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        Is Sterling Silver 92.5Sterling Silver 92.5
        Has Anti Tarnish ProtectionAnti Tarnish
        Will Be Gift PackedGift Packed
        Includes A Care & Maintenance ManualMaintenance Manual







        Product Dimensions -

        • Length - 20 cms
        • Breadth - 12.5 cms
        • Height - 19 cms
        • Diameter - na

        *sizes of handcrafted products are approximate


        #Episode's lineage can be traced to 1882 over four generations, when The House of Whorras, a family enterprise, successfully embarked upon custom made silverware, trophies and mementos, exploring the ever-expanding horizons of the human quest for that exclusive memorabilia which has forever eluded the creative reach. #Episodesilver is the only brand in India with the most varied collections of Silver Ganesh Idols.

        The captivating Ganesha idol is crafted with real silver and the base is enhanced with a combination of wood and brass metal. It is artistically represented with classic detailing where the idol is seated against the edge of the moon and with wooden stairs leading to a path of pure devotion.

        Once Ganesha was invited for a feast in Chandralok. The god, known for his ravenous appetite, stuffed himself with laddoos. When he got up to walk after the meal, he could not balance because of his huge stomach and stumble. As he fell, his stomach burst and all the laddoos came rolling out. The moon could not contain himself and began laughing. Enraged, Ganesha cursed the moon, causing him to vanish from the universe.
        However, because of the moon's absence, the whole world began to wane.
        So, the gods asked Shiva to persuade Ganesha to relent. The moon also apologized for his misbehavior. On Shiva's intervention, Ganesha modified his curse.

        He announced that the moon would be invisible on only one day of a month and would be partially seen for the Ganesha Utsav most part.
        To cut short the whole story, as found out by the designer, would be an injustice to the rendition - Once Ganesha was invited for a feast in Chandralok. The god, known for his ravenous appetite, stuffed himself with laddoos. When he got up to walk after the meal, he could not balance because of his huge stomach and stumble. As he fell, his stomach burst and all the laddoos came rolling out. The moon could not contain himself and began laughing.

        Enraged, Ganesha cursed the moon, causing him to vanish from the universe. However, because of the moon's absence, the whole world began to wane. So, the gods asked Shiva to persuade Ganesha to relent. The moon also apologized for its misbehavior. On Shiva's intervention, Ganesha modified his curse. He announced that the moon would be invisible on only one day of a month and would be partially seen for the Ganesha Utsav most part.

        This marvelous piece which is so rich in history and tradition is a must in your homes at your place of worship, it can also be a thoughtful present for #HousewarmingGifts #DiwaliGifts or #AnniversaryGifts.

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