Hinduism Necklaces from India(50 items)
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Modern Ganesha is a small pendant necklace that is good for casual wear. The shine of the sterling silver and the graceful curves of the design make the pendant standout and special.
Neetu Barathi Handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"What I like best about this craft is how it takes my mind in different directions to come up with new designs... I hope to keep going until I touch the sky!"
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Popular Hinduism Necklaces from India
Garnet and Silver Ganesha Pendant Necklace from India, "Radiant Ganesha"$49.99
Celebrating the majesty of Ganesha, Indian artisan Babun Dey presents a pendant necklace that depicts the elephant head of the revered Hindu god. Known as the "remover of obstacles," Ganesha's head is crafted of sterling silver, elaborated with intricate motifs and a combination of finishes. Over two carats of purifying garnet gemstone complete the necklace.
Sterling Silver Handmade Ganesha Necklace, "Modern Ganesha"$34.99
The beloved man-elephant, Lord Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Durga. Crafted by hand, this necklace from Bhavesh is a modern portrait of the Hindu deity. The symbol for surrounds him; reciting "om" at the beginning of a reading of the Vedas, prior to prayer or meditation, invokes the presence of Ganesha.
.925 Sterling silver
Sterling Silver Ganesha Pendant Necklace from India, "Ganesha Frame"$39.99
Framed by a darkly oxidized finish, the elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesha, known as "remover of obstacles," is depicted within the sterling silver pendant of this necklace from India. Shivani Choudhary designs this reverent pendant necklace, adorning the wearer on sterling cable chain.
Emerald and Gold Vermeil Necklace, "Om Ganesha"$87.99
Reciting at the beginning of a reading of the Vedas, prior to prayer or meditation, invokes the presence of Ganesha. The most beloved deity in the Hindu Parthenon, he has an elephant's head and human body, which Mahavir integrates into the Sanskrit symbol for Om. The vermeil necklace is crafted of sterling silver bathed in luxurious 18k gold and set with emeralds.
.925 Sterling silver