Piggy bank Ganesh
Among the most revered and popular deities of Hinduism is Ganesha the elephant-headed god. Ganesha o Ghanapathy means "Lord of the gana" or also "the lord of armies", The elephant-headed god of wisdom, successful dispenser, the one who overcomes the obstacles from which even the name"lord of obstacles". He is also invoked to protect travel, as a lucky charm in any initiative, patron of writers because legend has it that he was the one who put the Mahabharata in writing. Also for this reason the image of Ganesha is often found on the first page of Indian books.