Ganesha (also Ganesh, Ganapati Tantra, Ekadanta or Vinayaka) is the deva with the elephant's head in Hinduism's pantheon.
He is the god of knowledge and wisdom, removes barriers and is the patron saint of travellers.
His vahana, vehicle, is a mouse or a rat called Mashika.
The Hindus pray to Ganesha when they start something new, like a new job, or when they move to a new house.
Ganesha is the son of the god Shiva and the goddess Parvati. Together, these two deities symbolise the unity of all things in the Hindu cosmogony.
Ganesha is always there at the beginning of something, a first impulse.
Weight: 6.691 kg
- Statua molto bella Ganesha
- Fine XX secolo
- Regione/paese d'origine
- In buone condizioni, vedi descrizione
- 22×26×17 cm