Powerpuff Pantheon!


(ghee is Indian clarified butter), you’re going to find a goregously

cute site devoted to Indian culture. The artwork is gorgeous, from the highly stylized rendition of the Hindu gods to the playful typography that gives the site an India flavour without falling into cliche.

GheeHappy is the creation of Sanjay Patel, who in addition to having an interesting site also has an interesting job: he works at Pixar.

Here are some of his renditions of the Hindu gods…

Graphic: Ganesha.

Ganesha. “Please do not offer my god a peanut.”

Graphic: Kali.

Kali. This looks like what will happen to me if I am late to pick up Wendy from the aiport again.

Graphic: Rama.

Rama. He bears a striking resemblance to Roger Ramjet in both name and appearance.

Graphic: Shiva.

Shiva. For the destroyer of worlds, he’s pretty cute.

7 replies on “Powerpuff Pantheon!”

hello there,

just wanted to let you know that shiva isn’t a ‘she’, he’s actually a guy, who was a very cute baby, apparantly, according to sanjay patel atleast,



According to all the artwork the text labelling is nonsence and i would like it corrected to be more polite. This aint no cartoon so dont label the gods like this. and can you change shvias label from she to he.

Unclench, Ash. You don’t see me jumpin’ up and down because of the way Jesus is portrayed in South Park, do you?

The text is the artist’s, not mine. I don’t think this is any more offensive than the way Jesus is portrayed in South Park, which I don’t mind at all.

It is time for all of you to quiet down and behave yourselves.

I am really offended Buddha was not portrayed. This was way too biased. What abot the other half of the world?

And would it be possible to get some voice with these images? Possibly the blogger’s voice?

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