- Body and Mind
This magnificent Ganesh stands approximately 15cm tall and weighs 1.6kg.
It is gilt bronze, inlaid with imitation green, red and blue gemstones.
The God Ganesh is a symbol of communion between macrocosm and microcosm, between the human and the divine. This allegory has its origin in the respective sizes of Ganesh, who represents the macrocosm and the divine, and of his mount (vâhana), the Mûshaka mouse, which represents the microcosm and the human.
- 15 cm
- 12 cm
- 1,6 kg
Our red mandala necklace is in brass (copper-zinc alloy) with a glass cabochon. It includes a pendant (diameter about 27 mm) and a chain of 28 cm in length (53 cm in all). The center is a pretty flower, surrounded by geometric designs and feathers on the outer edge.
This pretty round hanging is about 2 meters in diameter. Very pretty floral pattern with peacock feathers. Color red, yellow, green and white. There are white fringes around of the curtain. Ideal as a tablecloth on a round table, you can also use it as a floor mat during your outings in nature or as a meditation mat.
These beautiful notebooks are handmade in India with leather and recycled paper. Ganesh's decoration is metal. They can be used as a travel diary, guest book, diary, to record dreams ... Very good quality and 2 sizes available, with a cord to mark the page or keep the notebook closed
This large light green elephant wall hanging measures approximately 220cm tall by 210cm wide. Ideal to hang on a large wall, or as a bed cover. In India, the elephant is sacred because it carries on its back the world of which it represents the 4 pillars.
This very pretty soapstone Buddha is 8 cm high. It is the Thai Buddha. Buddhist philosophy advises us to foster positive states of mind: contentment, patience, kindness, wisdom, and compassion. Buddha is seated here in the lotus position, both hands joined in prayer at the level of the heart chakra.
This Chinese Buddha in green resin comes from Nepal. Far from presenting the image of an ascetic life, the big Buddha is not the historical Buddha, who was rather slender. This Buddha brings luck and is found in most Chinese homes as well as in many Asian temples and restaurants. It symbolizes the joy of living, abundance and wealth. Height 8 cm