Elephant and King


Elephant symbolism plays a major role in many eastern religions and cultures, with the Elephant God being worshipped in some countries.  Elephants also symbolize strength, memory, remembrance, and gentle soul in a mammoth body. In India, Indian tradition worships the Elephant-headed God “Ganesha”, who is the son of the Bhagwan Shiva. The Elephant God Ganesha is worshipped before the start of anything important or auspicious. Elephant Headed God is the destroyer of obstacles and clears the path to wealth, health, and prosperity.