One of my friends wanted to attend this workshop where they taught us to make eco-friendly ganeshas. When the twin wanted to go, how can I be left behind, she took me along. We went, bought our clay, attended the workshop, made ours and came back with our own ganeshas on a wooden board. It was so thrilling an exercise that another friend and I went for the workshop on the second day. Now I had two Ganeshas, the second one I with the cushions a friend liked it so she took it as hers. The one with the nutties/ladoos is the Ganesha I made on the first day. the one with the elaborate cushions is the one I made on the second. By the end of the one hour on the first day, I was too lazy to make his legs, so I just covered it up with small balls which I later made it up as Ganesha’s favourite food, the ladoo. 😀 the rest of the ganesha’s are of my friends.
I am fascinated by this elephant god, and keep adding his little forms to my collection.
Source: My friend Ganesha with nutties