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Standing Ganesha

Seated Ganesha

Weapon Handle with Ganesha

Seated Four-Armed Ganesha

Seated Four-Armed Ganesha

Four-Armed Ganesha Seated on Two Lions

Shiva and Parvati with their Sons Karttikeya and Ganesha and the Calf Bull

Ganesha Seated on a Lion Throne

Dancing Ganesha

Seated Four-Armed Ganesha

Seated Four-Armed Ganesha

Standing Ganesha

Dancing Ganesha

Bell Handle with Seated Ganesha

Seated Ganesha

Relief Plaque of Hindu Deity, Probably Processional: Face of Ganesha

Seated Ganesha

Four-Armed Ganesha Dancing

Figure of Ganesha

Standing Ganesha

Ganesha

Ganesha Leads Shiva and Durga in Procession

Seated Four-Armed Ganesha

Two armed Ganesha (former Lichte collection). Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta district, D.I. Yogyakarta province, 9th century.

Four armed Ganesha exhibited in the garden of the assistent-resident of Wonosobo (provenance Dieng plateau). Wonosobo, Wonosobo district, Central Java province, 10th century.

Achterzijde van een beschreven Ganesha steen

Ganesha

Stone scultures from east Java exhibited at the Botanical Gardens in Bogor: deification statue in the form of the godess Parvati; Nandi, male deification statue and Ganesha. Bogor, Bogor district, West Java province 13th-14th century.

Four armed Ganesha with a pedestal, decorated with two supporting gana figures. Dieng Plateau, Wonosobo district, Central Java province, 10th century

Ganesha

Rear of hte same Ganesha statue, showing a fiercefull kala (Ganesha's protector) and a chronogram in the bottom relief band, pendopo pavilion. Boro, Blitar district, East Java province, 1219-1259 AD

Beeld van een vierarmige Ganesha in de tuin van de assistent-resident van Wonosobo.

Four-armed Ganesha brought over from Jimbe, pendopo pavilion. Boro, Blitar district, East Java province, 1219-1259 AD

Profile of the same Ganesha statue, pendopo pavilion. Boro, Blitar district, East Java province, 1219-1259 AD

Goenoeng Soembing