Ganesha's also represents knowledge and wisdom. He is also associated with the idea of viveka, or discrimination, which is the ability to distinguish between what is real and what is illusory. Ganesha's unique appearance is also significant, with his elephant head and portly figure representing the idea of the universe and all its infinite possibilities. His four arms and various symbols are also imbued with important meaning, with each symbolizing different aspects of Hindu philosophy and practice.
I always try to capture the serenity of God through my art on different occasions. I create the idol from shadu soil and worship that during Ganesh festival every year. Doing something about God Ganesh gives me positive energy. Capturing and creating the Lord in different form is like meditation for me. I felt the presence of God everywhere.