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Pendants (Hindu) RHP1206


Weight: 2.4 gm
Size: 2.5 cm/1.2 cm
22kt gold pendant featuring the head of Lord Ganesh ji with a halo, eyes, and tikka made with Minakari. Lord Ganesh ji is one of the most revered deities in Hinduism, known as the remover of obstacles and the god of new beginnings.
The pendant is likely to feature intricate details of Lord Ganesh ji’s head, including the trunk, big ears, and the tilak mark on the forehead. The halo surrounding the head of Ganesh ji is a common artistic element used in traditional Indian art and is believed to symbolize divinity and enlightenment.
Minakari work is a traditional Indian enameling technique that involves decorating the surface of metal with colorful enamel to create intricate designs. The use of Minakari in the pendant’s eyes and tikka may add a pop of color to the otherwise gold pendant.
Wearing a pendant featuring Lord Ganesh ji is often considered a way to seek his blessings and guidance in overcoming obstacles and achieving success. It may also serve as a reminder of the spiritual practices and beliefs of Hinduism.