This God of knowledge and the remover of obstacles is also the older son
of Lord Shiva. Lord Ganesha is also called Vinayak ( knowledgeable ) or
Vighneshwer (god to remove obstacles). "
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Bill - Origami
How to make Ganesh with Origami from a dollar bill
Start with a brand new dollar bill with the face towards you but
upside down, this way the eye on top of the pyramid on the back of
the bill will end up being the eye of Ganesh.
||Valley fold the bill in half, length and width, to crease
it, then fold the edges the same way you fold a paper airplane.
Valley fold lowers the fold,
mountain fold raises it.
valley = - - - - - - - -blue- - - - - - -
mountain = - - - o - - -red- - - o - - - -
45o then 22.5o degree angles
Valley fold exactly where the two triangles meet
fold a crease so the right side of the bill goes all the way
to the left side that's already folded (big arrow, ...arrow
is behind), unfold it, mountain fold a crease so the right side
of the bill goes to the mountain fold crease you just made (small
arrow), unfold it, then valley fold a crease about one third
of the way from the mountain fold you just made to the right
edge of the bill. Fold up all the creases you made.
The first fold should be the red one number (1) (like picture
on right) then red number (2) then the blue on the right end
of the bill number (3), then when you make the other blue fold
number (4) make sure the distances between the reds and the
blues are the same... 1 and 4 should be the same distances as
2 and 3.
Having blue fold number (4) line up exactly with the triangle
point isn't as important as getting the other folds symmetric.
Looking at the folds from the side they
should look like a flattened down "Z" and a backwards flattened
up the top and bottom edges of the upper layer of the double
Z channel type fold you just made and squash the sides in so
they line up with the edges from the back, if you practice and
find the correct spots to fold, they will make perfectly symmetric
triangular and rectangular shapes.
Unfold the big triangle.
fold both sides along the outside of the Z channel, then mountain
fold the big triangular section so it covers only about one
half of the front leg channel part (that should be on the same
crease that was the initial halving fold from step one)
the whole thing over ...
fold the big triangular section along the outside of the front
leg Z channel, then mountain fold the big triangular section
back so it covers only about one half of the front leg channel
Mountain fold the whole thing in half
From here on out every diagram looks the same on the other side
Mountain fold the triangular section (trunk) through the inside
of the body so the ear has a slight angle and the point of the
trunk sticks out the back, unfold it.
the upper part in the middle of the trunk in front of the ear
crease you just made and push it into the body allowing the
ear crease to open as you push and the valley fold to line up
with the front edge of the front leg.
fold the triangular section through the inside of the trunk
so the point of the trunk sticks almost straight down.
fold the final section of the trunk up from the line equal to
what could be considered the chin or tusk area, the center crease
has to be reversed from the tusk area to the tip of the trunk
fold and/or squash fold the tip of the trunk to point backwards
and up, then open up the back a little and valley fold out the
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This God of knowledge and the remover of obstacles is also the older
son of Lord Shiva. Lord Ganesha is also called Vinayak ( knowledgeable
) or Vighneshwer (god to remove obstacles). He is worshipped, or at
least remembered, in the beginning of any auspicious performance for
blessings and auspiciousness.
He has four hands, elephant's head and a big belly. His vehicle is
a tiny mouse. In his hands he carries a rope (to carry devotees to
the truth), an axe (to cut devotees' attachments), and a sweet dessert
ball -laddoo- (to reward devotees for spiritual activity). His fourth
hand's palm is always extended to bless people.
A unique combination of his elephant-like head and a quick moving
tiny mouse vehicle represents tremendous wisdom, intellegence, and
presence of mind.
We hope our Ganesh
origami from dollar bill page was useful to you. Thankyou.
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