Artwork Description: This is represented in a dispute between Ganesh and Shiva. The Elephant God, son of the same God of destruction and the Goddess Parvati, seated on the throne without the shadow of fear and dominates the destructive force of the God of chaos, represented by the serpent in the background (which is iconographically attributed to Shiva in religious representations ) and from the horns of a bull, an animal is placed as a guard inside each temple dedicated to him.
And 'the peace that wins the war, the order which reigns over the chaos, the balance that dominates the destructive forces.
The four arms of Ganesha represent the four inner attributes of the subtle body, namely: mind, intellect, ego, consciousness conditioning, the same physical attributes of Ganesha is rich in symbolism: a hand in Abhaya said position indicating protection and refuge and the 'other holding a sweet, modaka, symbol of the sweetness of the implementation of the 'inner self. In the hands back generally holds an ax, a symbol of severing all desires, and in the other a pasha, a noose, indicating that attachment to the world and desires is a trap, while others read it as a symbol interpretations the force that binds the devotee to the eternal bliss of the Self. Her belly indicates the bounty of nature and the power of God to swallow the sorrows of the universe, and thereby protect the world. The fat belly is that it contains infinite universes, is also equanimity, the ability to assimilate any experience with calm detachment, without getting upset at all.