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Ganesh Chaturthi Special: Finding Ganesha in Unexpected Places

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 

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(This story is from The Quint’s archives and has been republished to mark the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.)

He is arguably the most popular, most loved and most recognized god amongst the Hindu deities. This elephant-headed god guarantees prosperity, success good fortune – who wouldn’t want that? Ganesha is also called the ‘remover of obstacles’ and is the one god that is truly omnipresent (as we can see here).

Rationalists may question the Ganesha milk drinking ‘miracle’ we witnessed in 1995, but they sure won’t be able to crack the rationale behind these avatars of the vighnaharta.

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Going Green With Ganesha

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 
Ganesha on a capsicum or simla mirch. (Photo: Twitter)
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Ganesha Goes Tropical

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 
Ganesha in a papaya. (Photo: gnaana.com)
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If Life Gives You Lemons They Better Be Shaped Like This

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 
Ganesha in a lemon. (Photo: hindu-blog.com)
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The ‘Jack’ and Master of All

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 
Ganesha in a jackfruit (Photo: ruchii.wordpress.com)
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This Ganesha is Extra Sweet

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 
Ganesha in a sweet potato (gnaana.com)
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A Ganesha a Day Keeps Obstacles Away

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 
Ganesha in a apple (Photo: rediff.com)
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Try and Digest This

Have you noticed the presence of the elephant god in your home among these commonplace items? 
Ganesha in a tomato (Photo: bharatmoms.com)

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