Indian Elephant charm


In Jules Verne’s novel “Around the World in 80 Days,” elephants play a significant role in helping Phileas Fogg and Passepartout successfully travel around the world. In this story, there are three elephants:

Sheridan the elephant, a Cherapah elephant residing in Nepal, is purchased by Phileas Fogg as a means of transportation. Sheridan is a reliable and strong elephant who safely helps travelers cross the Himalayan mountains.

The Burmese elephant, encountered during the journey through Burma, is a beautiful and playful elephant that brings joy to travelers during their journey.

The Kiouni Indian elephant, encountered during the journey through India, is a clever and cautious elephant that safely guides travelers through the capital city of India.

The Indian elephant charm is designed with a pattern that perfectly blends Indian and Asian styles. The Indian elephant charm is a symbol of strength, resilience, and friendship, helping to ensure successful travel around the world at every destination.

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