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Ganesha

Ganesha, the elephant-headed deity of Hinduism, has a long heritage and is greatly revered in Hindu culture. This book is an introduction in ten short tales to Ganesha and the stories that surround him.

An ideal book for children and adults who know little or nothing of Hinduism.

Beautifully illustrated by the author, Sarada Thompson.

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Ganesha, the elephant-headed deity of Hinduism, has a long heritage and is greatly revered in Hindu culture. This book is an introduction in ten short tales to Ganesha and the stories that surround him.

An ideal book for children and adults who know little or nothing of Hinduism.

Beautifully illustrated by the author, Sarada Thompson.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Pages

50

Imprint

Wordcatcher Publishing

MainBISAC

FICTION / Religious

PubDate

20190726

Series

Timeless Tales From India

1 review for Ganesha

  1. Trish on Amazon

    Beautiful!
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 August 2019
    I bought this at a local book fair two years ago. To my shame, this slender volume was lost in a pile of other reading material and only recently came to light.
    I know very little about Hinduism. I’d come across Ganesh/Ganesha in a very superficial way and so was interested to find out more. What really attracted me to the book, though, was the distinctive cover.
    Sarada Thompson is a writer and artist and the illustrations are hers. The writing style and the artwork are refreshingly different from many mainstream books and this added to the book’s charm.
    As for the tales themselves, they are fascinating. Beforehand, my knowledge was limited to the fact that Ganesha was depicted with an elephant’s head. I now know a great deal more about Ganesha and the tales are both mystical and magical. – Amazon

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