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Michael and Ganesha-bookcover

By: Uma Sivaraman

Michael and Ganesha

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Embark on a fantastical journey where the divine and the mundane intertwine in the most unexpected ways. Why do the snakes around Lord Shiva’s neck flick their tongues at Mike? What is the reason behind Mata Kali’s enigmatic smile towards him? These mysteries are just the beginning of a series of extraordinary encounters.

Experience the warmth of an unlikely friendship that blooms between gods and humans, revealing that help can come from the most divine places. Discover Lord Vishnu’s ingenious solution to the world’s plastic crisis. But beware, for Durvasa, the Sage known for his rage, is on the prowl for his magic wand – a moment that calls for everyone to take cover!

This book invites you to embrace your inner greenie. Learn why goat-mowers are the eco-friendly alternative to gas-mowers, providing the bonus of natural lawn fertilization. And when wild weather brings gloom, find out where to seek solace.

As global warming presents a daunting challenge, even the gods are perplexed. Can they stop Heavenly warming without first addressing Earth’s climate crisis? Witness the ingenuity of the world’s children as they lead the way in environmental stewardship.

Join us on this whimsical adventure where Lord Bairava’s B-dog challenges Darwin’s theories, and pigs might just have giraffe legs. ‘Godly Solutions to Worldly Problems’ is not just a read; it’s a journey that will make you laugh and think, offering divine answers to earthly dilemmas.

Uma was born in a Tamil-speaking town in the South of India. She migrated to Australia with her husband and three children. Her family has since grown to include five grandchildren. She adapts, extends and creates stories which nurture their imagination. Hindu mythology plays an important role in her stories. It is during one of these story-telling times that she stumbled upon the idea of writing Michael and Ganesha, combining Hindu mythology with Aussie culture to create an interesting fantasy for young adults.

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