Ganesha Nataraja Sterling Silver Pendant
This beautiful pendant is solid silver and represents Lord Ganesha as (his father) Shiva Nataraja (Lord of the Dance). It is very detailed and unique in its symbology.
Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati. One day, Parvati created Ganesha while Shiva was away. She wanted to take a bath and asked Ganesha to stand guard. Shiva came home and did not recognize his son whom he had never met. When barred from entering his home, Shiva became angry and lost his temper. He beheaded Ganesha. Obviously, Parvati was overcome with grief, as was Shiva when he learned Ganesha was actually his son. He ordered a new head from the nearest animal be bestowed upon the boy giving him his iconic elephant visage.
This cosmic dance represents simultaneous creation and destruction. The world must be destroyed to be reborn, as do our negative thoughts and actions to be changed into positive ones. Ganesha is the remover of obstacles. By wearing this pendant, your hindrances towards positivity will be obliterated.
This pendant also comes in gold.
Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off.
Dance in your blood.
Dance, when you’re perfectly free.
the dancers hear the tambourine inside them,
as a wave turns the foam on its very top, begin.
all the tree leaves clapping time.
that listen mostly to lies
and cynical jokes.
dance, music and a brilliant city inside the soul.