Ganesha (Amar Chitra Katha) by Anant Pai

By Anant Pai

Ganesha respected in India because the remover of stumbling blocks is at the start an obedient son. status shield at his mother's door, this son of Parvati refuses to enable someone via. Even Lord Shiva is denied access! This war of words among father and son has one precious end result - the emergence of Ganesha, the elephant-headed god of knowledge.

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