Puzzle: Jigsaw Jai Sri Ganesha!


A puzzling jigsaw obstacle between yourself and your darshan of the Lord of Obstacles.

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Spiros Antonopoulos

TAGS — Flash, Ganesha, puzzles

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6 total remarks for this post. Add your own remarks below.

Tue 19 Dec 2006 at 11:16AM

gbsk

did it!

Wed 20 Dec 2006 at 08:49PM

Susan

This here puzzle do not fit on my leetle screen!
Too hard! Too hard!
Glad for your awesome site!

Thu 21 Dec 2006 at 03:42PM

Spiros Antonopoulos

Well, sorry about the screen size. You must have a totally oldschool computer! I'll keep that in mind for the next puzzle.

Thanks for the compliments... There's much more on its way!

Om!
-[s]

Tue 26 Dec 2006 at 04:11PM

Andy

so great to see the new Souljerky. missed the daily chunks of tasty thought provocation. enjoyed working on this puzzle while contemplating first trip to India on the Namarupa Yatra. thank you.
best wishes for all journeys in 2007.

Thu 18 Jan 2007 at 11:20PM

Sonya ki Tomlinson

Divine puzzle, really enjoyed putting it together. Thank You.

Lots of Prema,
sonya ki

Tue 06 Feb 2007 at 04:45AM

Alam

Thanks Spiros, entertaining and meditative. Jai Ganesha Jai Ganesha Jai Ganesha Deva
Mata Teri Parvati
Pita Mahadeva..........

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