Clothing companies should not appropriate religion, sacrilege and ridicule entire communities’: Hindu leader demands Brazilian brand to remove image of Lord Ganesh from shorts

21 November

Clothing companies should not appropriate religion, sacrilege and ridicule entire communities’: Hindu leader demands Brazilian brand to remove image of Lord Ganesh from shorts

An Indian strict pioneer has asked a Brazilian design garments brand to eliminate the picture of Hindu god Lord Ganesh from one of its lines of shorts for people. Hindu pastor Rajan Zed requested that garments creator Jon Cotre offer an expression of remorse for "profoundly minimizing" one of the most venerated divine forces of Hinduism, the world's third biggest religion with about 1.2 billion supporters. “Lord Ganesh was intended to be loved in sanctuaries or home altars and not to enhance one's thighs, hips, crotch, bottom, private parts and pelvis," Zed, who is situated in the U.S. territory of Nevada, said in an assertion.

It was impractical to contact the organization situated in Sao Paulo on Friday because of a vacation in the state.

lord Ganesh is a standout amongst other known and most loved gods in the Hindu pantheon, promptly recognized by his elephant head.
Zed said the wrong utilization of Hindu gods, images or symbols for business purposes hurt enthusiasts.