Upset Hindus are urging Brooklyn (New York) headquartered e-commerce company Etsy, Inc. for immediate withdrawal of flip-flops carrying image of Hindu deity Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate. In July last, Etsy withdrew toilet seat carrying image of Ganesh from its website within less than two hours after a protest spearheaded by distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan … Read more
Upset Hindus are urging Amazon.com for the immediate withdrawal of stockings carrying the image of Hindu deity Ganesha and flip-flops carrying sacred Hindu symbol Om; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
Boston headquartered online home giant Wayfair removed the cutting board carrying image of Hindu deity Lord Ganesha and apologized within less than 24 hours after Hindus protested, calling it “highly inappropriate” Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Hong Kong headquartered e-commerce company CowCow.com for immediate withdrawal of various bikini-bottoms carrying images of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh Read more »
The advertisement was released in September by the Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), enraged members of Hindu community and overseas and triggered widespread protests from the community Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Charlotte (North Carolina) based fashion activewear company “GearBunch” for immediate withdrawal of leggings, capris and bedding carrying images of Hindu deity Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Valencia (Spain) based online retailer esKalarTienda for immediate withdrawal of crash-pad carrying image of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
A controversial advertisement meant for the promotion of lamb meat featuring Hindu deity Lord Ganesha has enraged members of the Hindu community in Australia and overseas Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Melbourne (Australia) based fashion label “Soulan Zee” for immediate withdrawal of bootys carrying images of Hindu deity Lord Ganesha; calling it highly inappropriate Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Brooklyn (New York) headquartered e-commerce company Etsy, Inc. for immediate withdrawal of toilet seat carrying image of Hindu deity Shri Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
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