Lord Ganesha mandala indigo blue sarong 45 by 62 inch soft wrap with fringe. It's like a big Lord Ganesh scarf.
Ganesha is also spelled without the final a as Ganesh. Lord Ganesh is the god in the Hindu religion who has an elephant head. He is the god that removes obstacles. His name comes from the Sanskrit word gana, which means the people or the common people. He is typically depicted with a big belly for abundance. His vahana or vehicle is a big bandicoot rat that inhabits India. The rat shows the god's ability to overcome obstacles.
Made from fast drying, breathable, 100% rayon in indigo blue.
This elephant sarong measures 45 inches by 62 inches and the design features decorative paillettes and fringed ends.
Sarongs travel well, look great, and feel fantastic. Especially when it is an elephant sarong or elephant wrap.
The word mandala comes from a Sanskrit word for circle. Different mandalas mean different things and have different purposes depending upon the design and its geometry, the colors and the cultural interpretation. Most often, it is used for purposes of meditation as a point of focus. The mandala embraces the sacred order of things on a cosmic and psychic level.
Made in Indonesia. Fair trade establishment.