How Do People Wear Ganesh Clothes?

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How Do People Wear Ganesh Clothes?
Ganesh is wrapped with jewels and gold, which according to most women is always in style! (Face of Ganesh image by Sujit Mahapatra from Fotolia.com)

Ganesh is a Lord in the Hindu religion. Ganesh clothing tries to capture the essence of Indian culture and religion. In American culture, Ganesh clothing is making a statement in spirituality, health and enjoyment.

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Bellydancing and Yoga

Ganesh clothing has the look of a gypsy costume or tribal dancer. This ethnic look adds a authenticity to the dance. Yoga originated in India. When practicing the meditative and physical disciplines, many instructors will show their respect by wearing Ganesh clothing.

Halloween or Party Costumes

Ganesh clothing can be considered a popular Halloween costume due to its colourful and intricate style. Women tend to wear the traditional dress which is two pieces. The stomach is usually exposed as to show belly-dancing technique. The dresses often have long sleeves and a long skirt to show flow and rhythm. They are usually bright colours of red, purple and gold. The Lord Ganesh is portrayed as a man with an elephant head, so this costume is not hard to achieve either.

How Do People Wear Ganesh Clothes?
Ganesh is wrapped with jewels and gold, which according to most women is always in style! (Face of Ganesh image by Sujit Mahapatra from Fotolia.com)

Ganesh Clothing for Everyday Wear

Indian clothing, like Ganesh, often inspire American fashion. Sari's are used as a skirt, shirt and accessory in America. The Ganesh style dress showcases bell sleeves, which are popular. Long skirts and a bare mid-drift is a style that fashion icon Sex and the City's character Carrie Bradshaw wears. Headpieces and beaded jewelery are fashion-forward as well.

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