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Holy family at the Burning Ground, showing Siva, Parvati, and Ghanesh, 19th century.
Bronze figure of the Hindu god Ganesh.
Chloritic schist statue of the Hindu god Ganesha, from Mysore, India, 12th or 13th century. Artist: Werner Forman
Five headed ten armed tantric form of the god Ganesha with both feet on his vehicle, the rat.
The exotic form of Ganapati with the primary head in the form of the elephant headed Ganesha supported by a monkey goddess enganged in fellatio.
Ganesha, the son of Shiva and Parvati, is worshipped as the god of wisdom, good luck, prudence and the remover of obstacles.
The exotic form of Ganapati with the primary head in the form of the elephant headed Ganesha supported by a monkey goddess enganged in fellatio.
The holy family seated in a cave on Mount Kailasa.
'An Image worshipped by the Chingulais...', late 18th century.
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