Ganesh with bell
The bell is an object full of symbolism. It is one of the first percussion instruments and an idiophone. The bell has been a universal instrument since the dawn of time and its long acoustic range has always been an element of communication and rituals. We find bells in all civilizations and in all religions. In Asia, there are ancient ones that are used in the Hindu or Buddhist religion. Bewitching and magical vibratory element It allows a connection and makes the link between the terrestrial world and the beyond.
Ganesh is an elephant-headed god. This character from mythology is the son of Shiva and Parvati. He is arguably the most famous deity in India. God of knowledge and virtue, he is also a bearer of luck and does not fail to be called upon before taking any important action in order to push back any obstacles.