Tanjore Painting - Ganesh, Riddhi & Siddhi
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Size (WxDxH) : 29 x 5.5 x 41 inches
The tradition of Tanjore painting, a classical South Indian painting style, was inaugurated by the town of Thanjavur (also known as Tanjore). It developed during the reign of the Maratha rulers between the 17th and 19th centuries.
Ganesh is considered to be a bachelor by many but Ganesha have two wives Riddhi and Siddhi who are the daughters of Bramha Dev. In a swayamwar both of them chose Lord Ganesha as their husband.One more story says Ganesha had an elephant-head no girl was ready to marry him. So he started creating troubles to other god’s marriage ceremonies. the Devas complained to Brahma. Brahma created two women named Riddhi (wealth and prosperity) and Siddhi (intellectual and spiritual powers). Brahma gave them in marriage to Ganesha. This is how ganesha got married to two women.