In honor of Diwali – which begins today – we’re spotlighting our Little Ganesh Collection of writing journals. Diwali is “one of the most important festivals of the year and is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities together in their homes.”
Ganesh, on the other hand, “is one of the deities best-known and most widely worshipped in the Hindu pantheon.”
May Ganesh Inspire Your Pen
Who better to consult before commencing your writing journey than Ganesh, the much beloved elephant-headed Hindu deity associated with intelligence, discrimination and fidelity?
Worshipped as the lord of beginnings, patron of letters & the arts and remover of obstacles, he is often depicted with only one tusk – legend has it he broke off the other to write the scriptures. His large ears indicate his ability to listen. In an incongruous twist that should be particularly inspiring to writers, Ganesh, pot-bellied and enormous, rides on a rat to get where he’s going, proving the maxim that even the longest, most important, journeys begin with little steps, or, in this case, little books.
The Collection is made up of four designs:
For all other info about these writing journals – the four cover designs, sizes, UPCs, etc. – go to our Little Ganesh product page here.
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