Author(s): Mehta Gita
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Ganesha is the most beloved deity in the Hindu pantheon, and in India, his image is ubiquitous. It appears everywhere: on village walls, in cyber cafes, on handbags and commercial packaging, on the sides of trucks and rickshaws, in textiles and neon, and in the most sacred precincts of ancient temples. Here, Gita Mehta explores the rich religious and cultural meanings of Ganesha in a lavishly illustrated volume that will appeal not only to Hindus, but all who are touched by the talismanic power of his image and the generous spirit of his attributes.
Gita Mehta is the author of several bestselling books, including Karma Cola, Raj, A River Sutra and Snakes and Ladders.