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The origins of the lucky elephant charm can be found in the Hindu religion of India. There, the god Ganesha , the elephant-headed son of Siva and Parvati , is worshipped as an opener of the way and luck-god. Ganesha has his own iconography in India, and his best-known symbol is the swastika , which was also popular as a luck-symbol in America, at least until the Nazis corrupted its referential connotations The peoples of India and China share a belief that Elephants are lucky creatures. Placed on shelves or by doorways they endure luck and longevity. Some people believe that stroking the trunk of a household elephant statue ensures success in business or on a journey.
Marble Inlay Elephants
 
 
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Marble Inlay Elephants
 
 
  Item Code : 102  
 
 
Marble Inlay Elephants
 
 
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Marble Inlay Elephants
 
 
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Marble Inlay Elephants
 
 
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Marble Inlay Elephants
 
 
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