A stunning Golden Ganesha idol that brings blessings and positivity to any space.
This idol is looking very beautiful and pretty, My Diwali will be more special with this gift!
Hey GiftaLove, first of all, thank you so much for the wonderful experience with you. And, it was a nice gift and I gifted it to my brother and he liked it so much. Thanks for making him happy!!
The Ganesha idol was nicely packed so there was no chance of breaking. It is also looking exactly like in the picture.
If you want to sweep your near and dear ones off their feet on Diwali, send Laxmi Ganesh gifts online to them! Goddess Laxmi - the deity of prosperity and wealth, is idolized on the auspicious day of Diwali. It is believed that those who offer prayers to Goddess Laxmi on this very day attain success, prosperity, and wealth. People also worship Lord Ganesha during this festival. Gifting is also an integral part of this celebration in which you can enhance your loved ones by sending Laxmi Ganesh idols.
Endowing a loved one with a Ganapati idol online, you will bestow them with prosperity and hearty wishes.
At Giftalove, we have a wide array of Diwali Laxmi Ganesh gifts in our catalog, including the very traditional yet sophisticated idols of these two deities, worshiped exclusively on Diwali. Our catalog of Laxmi Ganesh idols includes premium statues made of copper, brass, silver and even clay, and more.
The gathering of family and friends for the admiration of these two deities is standard in every Hindu household of India as it endows them with prosperity and wellbeing. If you haven’t located any aesthetically made Ganapati idol or the idol of Goddess Laxmi, worry not. Take a look at our Best Lakshmi Ganesh statues catalog and choose the one you want to bestow your loved ones with. Even being far off location, you can send Laxmi Ganesh idols to your loved ones in India leveraging our online facilities. So, wish prosperity by sending Laxmi Ganesh gifts online to your distant loved ones on the day of Diwali!
According to Hindu mythology, the priest once persuaded a poor brahmin to worship Goddess Lakshmi to earn money. People crave money, wealth, and prosperity; thus, they worship Lakshmi rather than Lord Ramachandra, the personality of Godhead, in the Kalyug age in which we live. According to another tradition, Diwali occurs during the year when Lord Vishnu, Goddess's spouse, is sleeping. From the 11th lunar day of Ashadh, Lord Vishnu sleeps. Diwali commemorates the destruction of various demons, such as Narkasur by Lord Krishna, Lord Rama's return to Ayodhya after killing Ravana, and Lord Vamana's victory over the arrogant Bali. Diwali is a festival of plenty. As a result, Lakshmi is revered.
Lord Ganesha is also revered alongside Goddess Lakshmi. Goddess Lakshmi is said to have adopted Lord Ganesha from his mother, Parvati. Goddess Lakshmi declared that all her wealth, prosperity, and accomplishments are Ganesha's because of her love for him. She further claimed that anyone who does not worship Ganesh with her in all three worlds would never be prosperous in life. In Diwali Pooja, Lakshmi, and Ganesh Idols are worshipped together for this reason. People love to give Lakshmi-Ganesha idols as Diwali presents to bring prosperity and pray for good fortune and luck.
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|Divine Lord Ganesha Idol||Rs. 260.0|
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|Earthen Laxmi Ganesha||Rs. 249.0|
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|Lord Ganpati Statue||Rs. 199.0|
|Captivating Laxmi-Ganesha Statues||Rs. 240.0|
|Ganesh Ji on Leaf||Rs. 249.0|
|Cute Lakshmi-Ganesha||Rs. 249.0|
|Little Laxmi Ganesha||Rs. 199.0|
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