Ganesh, the Benevolent
The familiar and well-loved figure of Ganesh is a key element in the art and religion of Asia and is revered as the god of auspicious beginnings. This text collates existing material on the subject and offers insights into various aspects of Ganesh in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist traditions.
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GANESH IN BLOOMSBURY
ASPECTS OF TANTRIC GANESH IN INDIA
DANCING GANESH IN SOUTH ASIA
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