In Hindu mythology, Ganesha or the “lord of the hosts,” is one of the most celebrated and respected representations of God. Ganesha, sometimes also referred to as Ganapati, is the first born son of Lord Shiva and Parvati.
Ganesha, with his big belly, intellect, wisdom, four arms and the conspicuous head of a one-tusked elephant, is an enigmatic figure is the world of art too whether it’s sculpture, painting or tattoos. Ganesha tattoos are not that famous, owing to the confinement of worshippers to the Indian sub-continent only and also because skin art is still in its infancy here. But still, it holds a unique charm with its figure, colors and an impeccable blend of different forms of life.
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