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- Order number: 12631
Ganesha, literally Lord of Hosts / Obstacles, is a god of Hinduism who is also worshiped in Buddhism. Ganesha, also called Ganapati or Gananayaka, stands for the overcoming of all obstacles of which he is the master and the new beginning, He is a typical folk god who is also considered the bringer of happiness and god of wisdom. He is often called before new ventures and adventures.
Often depicted as a fat-bellied boy / man with an elephant head and at least 4 arms, Ganesha is a very conspicuous and colorful god. On his lotus throne, dancing through the world or sitting on his mount (a mouse), he is constantly smiling and sympathetic to people. The huge belly symbolizes the universe in which we all live, as a belt it wears a snake. With his friendly appearance he embodies the paradox that earthly pleasures do not have to be in the way of profound insight.
The silver pendants are made of 925 sterling silver and have an opening of approx. 4mmx7mm
Article variant 12631 - Ganesha in the lotus
- Classic representation of Ganesha on his lotus throne
- HxB 35mmx27mm
Article variant 12632 - Ganesha silver pendant oval
- Solid silver pendant, Ganesha pushed out towards the front, processed in detail and finished with a patina.
- HxW 38mmx21mm
Article variant 12633 - Round Ganesha silver pendant
- Ganescha in the lotus position, hollow back, decorated with patina
- HxW 36mmx23mm
Article variant 12634 - Ganesha detailed filigree silver pendants
- Ganesha on lotus throne, fine and detailed processed pendant, the back is hollow
- HxW 28mmx18mm