Ganesha, a god of disorderly achievement, prosperity and prosperity

"Ganesha" is the God of Hinduism believed in India since ancient times. Its name means Sanshu in Sanskrit.

It is a God with the face of an elephant whose body is folded in the body of a thickened stomach, and has four arms. It is said that the elephant's face symbolizes "Ganesha".

It is said that it takes away all obstacles and brings property, and it is worshiped in starting a new business as "God of business opening" and "the God of fortune improvement". He also has faith as' God of business prosperity '.

If you look at the face of Ganesha, there is only one Fang. The Fang of the broken one is said to have broken itself because it is used as a writing tool for writing the Mahabharata (religious, philosophical, mythological epic of ancient India). Generally speaking, it is said that it is a Fang (written writing instrument) that is gripped in the hand under the right hand.

From such a legend, it is said that it is good for the student who is revered as a clear God, "the God of wisdom" and "the God of learning", and it is good for the student who encourages the study, and it is good to dedicate the prayers to "Ganesha" at all beginnings.

The actual Ganesha statue is India, and it is often worshiped with glittering decorations and colors. Of course, some statues and relief are expressed in monochromatic colors, but it may be difficult to incorporate them in daily life with size and weight.

Then, it is "Ganesh" collection developed by "zooco: socalo" to make the sense of respect to the "God of the business prosperity" "God of business prosperity" "Ganesha" in respect of the respect, and to be able to carry it closer and closer to the skin.

From the bracelet and the ring to the earrings, the bracelet and the pierce develop various jewelry. From the three-dimensional design that was finely and carefully finished to the relief design of the relief that insists without hesitation, it is enough line-up.

How do you put your prayers into the "Ganesha"?