Colors of India – Deities

Even deities in India wear colorful clothes or display bright shades of color.

Ganesh also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, or by numerous other names, is one of the best-known and most worshiped deities in the Hindu pantheon. Ganesh is all about protection and power so much of his symbolism is related to safeguarding us from life’s physical and subtle obstacles.

Here is a depiction of a colorful Ganesh in a garden. A bright pot and flowers add other colors to the setting.

A Bright Colorful Ganesha

Pollen Dust on a Sunflower

The pollen can belong to the original plant or may come from another sunflower. Self-pollination is a mechanism that this flower uses to stay alive. … Seeds created by self-pollination will only produce flowers that look like the original plant, so no hybridization will have occurred.

 

Pollen Dust