God of success !

God of success !
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01/04/2015
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Hindu mythology presents many stories, which explain how Ganesha obtained his elephant or gaja head. Ganesha is represented as a short stout figure with a big belly, four arms and the head of an elephant. His mount is the shrew known as “ Mooshika” . His elephant head has only one full rusk, while the other is broken. He is said to have lost it in a fight with Parasurama, an incamation of Lord Vishnu carrying an axe. Some say Ganesha broke his tusk to write the Mahabharata to the dictation of Saga Vyasa. Worship of Ganesha every day brings success to one and all. Size: 22”x16”. Oil on canvas. Rolled. Unframed. Signed. Year 2010 Price: $1500 SHIPPING: FREE shipping worldwide within 7 working days after receiving the payment. PACKING: All our paintings are professionally packed in the great care to ensure safe delivery thro International courier.

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