Studying Ganesha (象头神)

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The son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha is the Lord of success and destroyer of evil and obstacles. The elephant head denotes wisdom and his trunk represents Om. The broken tusk is a symbol of sacrifice, which Ganesha broke for writing the Mahabharata. -like ears conveys that he hears all petitions. And he is humble enough to ride the lowest of creatures, a mouse. Ganesha is the most beloved and worshiped of all gods in the Hindu pantheon.

Ganesha will bring peace, safety, prosperity and happiness to your house.

Ganesha is the god of wisdom and the god of breaking obstacles in Hinduism and Indian mythology. He has a kind and benevolent character, but he is brave and firm in war. He is the spiritual son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Ganesha has a wide range of believers. In Tibetan Buddhism, it is called Zizaitian, Huanxitian, Shengtian, and is the patron saint; in Japan, it is regarded as the god of consummation of couples and the god of wealth; in Thailand, he is called “Ganesha God of Wealth”; in Hinduism Among them, he is the god of removing obstacles, the god of wealth, the god of destiny, the god of knowledge, representing wisdom, symbolizing auspiciousness and success, and is the most popular god in India. Its image is an elephant head, a big belly, a single tooth, holding an axe, candies, rosary beads, and lotus flowers. The mount is a mouse.

The elephant trunk symbolizes that money can be sucked in from the outside, so placing it in the company or at home has the meaning of prosperity and auspiciousness, prosperity and stability as Mount Tai. And because the new “Xiang” in Vientiane is homophonic for “Xiang” and means “auspicious and wishful”, placing this mascot in the house of the homeowner can make the family full of auspiciousness and help the nobles.

(Height: 13 cm approx.)

(Material: Clay, Porcelain, Ceramic Composite)

(Finish: Bronze Layer, Gold Plating)

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Weight2 kg

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