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WHAT OTHERS SAID
I wanted to add some fun to my son's first birthday party, so I gifted my whole clan tees and dresses from play clan! What's more playful?! They are absolutely the best party-favors, ever! Also, everybody could relate to the graphics in some way, like "kashi" for someone who comes from Banaras, "Sangeetkar" for someone into music, "Siva" for someone by the name..etc.. Thankful for such fun clothing..for Capturing India in Art!! Love!
Vani Krishna, India

Ganesha Mounted Art

MA-49-MULTI
US$ 24.60
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STORY

Kick-start all your special occasions by praying to the elephant God, Lord Ganesha  - the one who removes obstacles and watches over new beginnings in spite of his own rocky start.

To cut a long story short, his human head was cut off for being an obedient son to his mother by his own father, Lord Shiva.
But Ganesha is a happy God. He didn't get upset about getting an elephant head as a replacement. He doesn’t really care about his head as long as his stomach remains full. Ganesha is a foodie and is nuts about laddoos (Indian sweets).
In fact, his birthday is one big food and dance party which everyone looks forward to attending.
Have you got your invitation yet?

DETAILS

This graphic print is mounted on a framed hard board. It looks great placed on a credenza or can be framed for hanging.It comes in an envelope, ready to gifting!

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WHAT OTHERS SAID
I wanted to add some fun to my son's first birthday party, so I gifted my whole clan tees and dresses from play clan! What's more playful?! They are absolutely the best party-favors, ever! Also, everybody could relate to the graphics in some way, like "kashi" for someone who comes from Banaras, "Sangeetkar" for someone into music, "Siva" for someone by the name..etc.. Thankful for such fun clothing..for Capturing India in Art!! Love!
Vani Krishna, India
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