This is lovely and uncommon Chaturbhuja Ganesha sculpture. In Hindu folklore, Chaturbhuja Shree Ganesha is the stance where Master Ganesha has four hands. The upper right hand has a ‘Pharsa’ or a hatchet representing cutting connection bonds. The lower right hand is raised with palm confronting outwards away from the body with fingers flexed. This motion is called ‘Abhayamudra’ and offers insurance for all from evil. The upper left hand is demonstrated holding a conch, ‘Shankha’ which is viewed as devout and speaks to the call to come and supplicate. The lower left had holds an exceptional sweet called ‘Modak or Ladoo’ which is the most loved sweet of Ruler Ganesha. It speaks to the sweet consequence of petitions and contributions and the best thing of all – Freedom or ‘Moksha’. Carry success and karma with this lovely sculpture at your home and work place.