The Lord Ganesha in Hinduism appears to have an elephant head. This puts faith in people and allows them to see past one’s outer appearance; seeing the spiritual side of everything allowing for them to still their rational mind and eliminate obstacles.
A cute sigil channeling Lord Ganesha, the Overcomer of All Obstacles. I cherish Lord Ganesha and he holds a special place in my heart. Typically I pray to him when I am stressed over school, exams, or essays and he showers me with peace and motivation.
Sonamhelps’ Beginners Guide to Hinduism and the Hindu Gods
Hinduism is a polytheistic religion, meaning its followers believe in and worship a number of gods and goddesses rather than just one. BUT, the majority of Hindus believe that there is ultimately one God who is the Supreme - ideas on how this works vary.
‘Hinduism’ is really just an umbrella term under which many varied religious traditions and practices fall. In this guide I will give an introduction to the main gods and goddesses and summarize some general beliefs and terminology.