However, it’s also a little superficial to go from Ganesha -> Religious figure. Unless your yoga teacher has some kind of personal connection with religion. To provide a Vintage Yoga Namaste Mother Fucker Shirt. It’s like giving a picture of Jesus to a person named Jesus. Who may/may not have any kind of personal connection. All this being said, it is honestly not that big a deal! If you like it and your teacher likes it, all is good. I said this in case you’re concerned about cultural/religious appropriation since the figurine is religious.
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I agree with that. I knitted several figurines for a collector from India. Several students from our school advised me to crochet this for our teacher since he loves Ganesha. So he called Vintage Yoga Namaste Mother Fucker Shirt that school. I don’t know what religion my teacher has, as this is not a very ethical question. “I have something for you, and I’m told you would like it by people that know you. I made the mistake of showing it to the internet, and now they’re making me doubt myself. But, I promise this is a gift of love and respect.”
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I’m an American, but fam’s from India and I practice Hinduism. I know that Ganesha is associated with a few Vintage Yoga Namaste Mother Fucker Shirt in Hatha yoga such as Sana, Bala Sana, and trikonasana. And the Ganesha mudra, which may be why your instructor chose that name OP. I think it’s really cute and there’s clearly context for choosing to make it, so I don’t find it offensive at all personally. It’s so interesting to me… Excuse my phrasing, but This sub gets a hard-on for white guilt and cultural appropriation over compensation all the time. So many discussions of how white people bad, we shouldn’t say namaste, we shouldn’t use Sanskrit, etc.
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