Seven bells hang from brass plates with Ganesha reliefs.
Ideal for welcoming good fortune, harmony and positive pursuits in busy places.
Ganesha is perhaps the most popular of all Indian gods. He represents wisdom and is wedded to Siddhi (perfection) and Buddhi (spiritual power).
According to legend, Shiva retired to meditate and Parvati created a son from loneliness. When Shiva returned, he cut off his head in anger. After realizing what he had done, he ordered the head of the first person to pass by to be placed on Ganesha’s body to revive him. This was an elephant – a new god was born, who combined the power of Shiva and Parvati.
It is said that he clears all obstacles. So he is often invoked before any kind of undertaking. He provides material and spiritual prosperity and is thus considered the patron saint of businessmen. But also at every new beginning, be it a move or a new job, Ganesha may not be missing, because he blesses the new situation and promises luck.
Ganesha has four arms. They represent the four aspects of the subtle body: mind, ego, spirit and consciousness.