"Ganesh" a.k.a. "Ordinary Magic" is a novel written by Malcolm Bosse.
"Ganesh" is a 1997 album by Aka Moon.
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by Carol Plum-Ucci
Ganesh is a beloved deity with an elephant's head, and the coins are very popular presents. They symbolize the prosperity for which the holiday is celebrated. Some areas of India are known for the giving of money gifts to all young relatives.
The Economies of Indian Calendar Art by Kajri Jain
Murugan means Murugan,Ganesh means Ganesh.'' Or according to J. P. Singhal: ''In religious subjects there cannot be much change, you will have tomake Krishna Krishna, you will have to decorate him (shringar karnahoga), because ...
by Carol M. Lehman, Debbie D. Dufrene
But suppose Ganesh is a member of a committee that subsequently denies a promotion for Jacob. Afterward, the same act could mean “We are still friends,” but it could also cause resentment. Because of the circumstances, the same act could ...
by Bradley Mayhew, Joe Bindloss, Stan Armington
Ganesh is a much-loved god and there is a constant stream of visitors, helping themselves to the self-serve tika dispenser and then ringing the bells at the back. A visit to this shrine is thought to ensure safety on a forthcoming journey so make ...
an annotated bibliography of English-language books by Meena Khorana
Malcolm Bosse's Ganesh is an exceptional novel that describes the protagonist's efforts to bridge the gap between East and West by making yoga, Indian spirituality, and Gandhian principles of Satyagraha relevant to and viable in a small town ...
by Lesley Reader, Lucy Ridout
The elephant god Ganesh is a hugely popular subject, as are garttda, the raksasa giants that guard every temple gateway, and Buddha heads. There are plenty of outlets in which to browse, but particularly good are Rote Adhi (opposite the ...
A-M by James G. Lochtefeld
Ganesh Chaturthi as "Lord of Obstacles" (Vighneshvar), who has the power both to remove and to bestow difficulties,
Hindus invoke Ganesh at the start of any important undertaking — whether it is performing a religious ritual, starting a ...
C-G by Sunil Sehgal
Since then Ganesh is always worshipped first and every other god takes a back seat. Another...
by Phil Jimenez, John Wells
Winter 1988 GANESH In Indian mythology, the elephant-headed Lord of Beginnings and Lord of Obstacles who was...
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Ganesh, as seen in Darley Lane, Newtown. It's the second Ganesh in that spot. Amazingly beautiful.
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Ganesh, the elephant god, sitting pretty on a temple wall in Jaffna.
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Ganesh Temple Near JalVayu Vihar Bangalore
(near sarvesh kumar's house)
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Bicholim Sarvajanik Ganesh
Photo credit: Rossipaulo
There was a small shrine to Ganesh near a pond at Bolivali National Park.
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some photos All in One of Ganesh...
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Very old Ganesh relief at Shiva temple in the desert outside Pushkar.
Photo credit: runran
The wedding date is indicated next to Ganesh,
Photo credit: Helen Flamme
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Ganesh Symbolism - Image of Ganesha and Its Meaning...
What is meaning of Vighnaharta?