Seated Four-Armed Ganesha
This small early Javanese depiction of Ganesha is largely consistent with Indian prototypes. Seated on a diminutive lotus throne, the corpulent deity holds a bowl, broken tusk, goad, and what may be a cluster of prayer beads in his four hands; his matted hair is piled into a tall chignon.
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