Friday, May 20, 2011

Hindu Australia

Australia and Oceania

Ancient Australian Ganesha and Hanuman Artifacts
Vedic Maori of Aotearoa

Ancient Australian Ganesha and Hanuman Artifacts found in the Gympie District, Queensland, Australia

The Gympie Times 30/10/75

At Dogun, schoolboy Cliff Brown, 13, found an elephant about 100mm high carved from beige granite. It is thought to be the Hindu God Ganesha.

The Gympie Ape - A stone ape statue possibility 3000 years old. The statue was unearthed in 1966 on Mr Dal K. Berry's Wolvi Rd property. The ape is made of conglomerate iron stone and shows a squatting ape figure.

Note: Although obvious to most, it should be noted that elephants and apes are not native to Australia

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