Ganapataye - Women's Hoodie

$34.95

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  • Product Description

      Infused with goodness! Easy to wear, the poly/cotton blend is the perfect recipe for softness, comfort and reliability. This versatile, mid-weight hoodie will be your go-to all year round.
      Whether you’re chilling at the park or out for a morning run, this mid-weight hoodie gets you there in comfort and style. It’s totally snuggable and who doesn’t want that?

      • Unisex Hoodie
      • 50% cotton, 50% polyester
      • Fabric weight: 8.0 oz/y² (189.6 g/m²)
      • Reduced pilling and soft air-jet spun yarn
      • Double-lined hood with matching drawcord
      • 1x1 athletic rib knit cuffs and waistband with spandex
      • Double-needle stitching throughout
      • Front pouch pocket
      • Eco-friendly water based inks

      Size guide

        S M L XL 2XL 3XL
      Length (inches) 26 27 28 29 30 31
      Width (inches) 20 22 24 26 28 30
        S M L XL 2XL 3XL
      Length (cm) 66 69 71 74 76 79
      Width (cm) 51 56 61 66 71 76


      Ganapataye Hoodie Design

      We don’t come from a Hindu tradition but we do resonate strongly with the Being known as Ganesha, aka the Remover of Obstacles. We also appreciate the symbology that’s often depicted just as it is in our own colorful design.

      The description below comes from the Economic Times. https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/the-image-of-ganesha-and-its-meaning/articleshow/3439899.cms?from=mdr

      Ganesha's trunk symbolizes the fact that the wise person has both immense strength and fine discrimination. Ganesha has large ears. The wise person hears all.

      He has four hands. In one hand he holds a lotus, the symbol of enlightenment. In the other hand he holds a hatchet. That is, the old karma, all your sanskars, the accumulated good and bad of past deeds get cut when enlightenment comes. The third hand holds laddus, the round sweet-meats. They are the rewards of a wise life. Ganesha is never shown eating the laddus. The wise man never partakes of the rewards of his deeds. He is not attached to them. The fourth hand is shown blessing the people. The wise man wishes the best for everyone.

      Ganesha has only one tusk; the other is shown broken. There is an interesting story as to how Ganesh happened to get an elephant's head and how one tusk got broken. The symbolism of the broken tusk is that the wise person is beyond duality.

      Ganesha is shown sitting with one foot on the ground and the other resting on his knee, above the ground. The wise person is of this earth, yet not entirely of this earth.

      Ganesha is shown seated on a rat, or with a rat nearby that looks up to him. The reason for saying that Ganesha 'rides' on the rat is that the rat is among the greediest of all animals. It will keep nibbling at whatever is available, eating everything it can. Scientifically, too, the rat's teeth keep growing and it has to keep chewing on something to keep these within limits. The rat is a symbol of our senses, which are never satisfied. They crave new experiences, new tastes. Left uncontrolled, they keep growing forever. The wise person rides on his senses. He keeps them under control.

  • Product Details

    • Variant: White / S
    • SKU: 9798689
    • Weight: 16.0 oz