No-Poet5897


























  1. How stunning!!!. I would love to see the final product when you have it. Where is your artist located? I have always wanted tattoos related to Hinduism, I just haven’t found a good artist yet who I trust to do the tat

  2. The artist is Navjot Singh at Devilz tattoo delhi. His Instagram is @masternav

  3. I'm not stealing anyones tattoo. This tattoo is a very popular and common Ganesh tattoo and is done by many artists around the world. Its based off a specific picture of the actual statue from Pinterest and has not been designed by any specific artist thus it cant be called "stealing". In the 2nd picture you can see a design that's been drafted by my own tattoo artist. I have added the first picture just for reference since that's the closet picture I could find to my upcoming tattoo.

  4. Navjot Singh at Devilz tattoo delhi. Instagram- @masternav

  5. If you put the gods on your arms, treat them with respect. This is my opinion. Those hands should never harm, eat meat, engage in "unclean" activities etc if you want the gods tattoo'd there. As someone as deeply religious as I am, and having as many tattoos as I do, I still could not tattoo the gods onto myself because I believe that I cant keep my body in the state I mentioned above and therefore will not be able to afford them the respect they deserve. Also, it's not mythology, its god. You wouldn't say mythology for Christianity or Islam.

  6. I agree and have been sitting on this tattoo idea for the past 6 months now. I think I’m pretty clear about the respect I’m supposed to give. I’m a right handed and do most of the Adharma activities with my right hand. I do not have any sort of addiction and I don’t eat meat. Keeping the tattoo in mind I’ll be more careful about the things I do. Also, I had mentioned mythology since my plan is to get the entire arm tatted with different gods such as hanumanji, bhramaji, Shivji, Vishnuji.

  7. I believe you should not , just because unintentionally sometimes we do things that may disrespect the gods and that is not the right thing. Once I wanted to have a very good idol of Krishna but my grand mother told me to not to have it coz I would not be able to worship it daily and such a idol should not be there in the house So I can only suggest not to have it , you will get that tattoo and your hand will do hundred of works which could disrespect lord unintentionally You can just tatto a Sanskrit sholka if you want it'll also.look good Just an advice take it or leave it

  8. True I get what you’re saying. Someone had given the same advice to me and suggested to get the tattoo on my left arm since we unknowingly do a lot of Adharma activities with out right arm like drinking, smoking, eating meat, masturbating, etc….

  9. Absolutely do not steal someone else’s tattoo. Theft is never okay.

  10. I’m not stealing anyones tattoo. This tattoo is a very popular and common Ganesh tattoo and is done by many artists around the world. Its based off a specific picture of the actual statue from Pinterest and has not been designed by any specific artist thus it cant be called “stealing”. In the 2nd picture you can see a design that’s been drafted by my own tattoo artist. I have added the first picture just for reference since that’s the closet picture I could find to my upcoming tattoo.

  11. Yea, the only way to fix that is to do a blackout

  12. I sent a follow request! ssarim_kk

  13. Do all color tattoos end up looking like this after many years?

  14. Idk why people gotta be mad about getting tattoos that aren’t meaningful. It’s called body “art” for a reason. Yea I got a Tat coz it looks cool, no it doesn’t have to have a meaning or cultural significance to me. People have been getting tribal and Japanese tatts for ages.

  15. Check out @york_2026 on insta. Join the patio gc (600+ students) and ask them

  16. I’m in a different country but no worries bro I gotcha 😘

  17. Seen yo pretty ass soon as you came in the door

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Author: admin