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Gada of Lord Hanuman & Ganesha.
Hanuman & Ganesha is a Hindu deity, Gada is his weapon that he carries to destroy evil.
In the Hindu epic of Ramayana, Lord Hanuman fights with Ravana in Sri Lanka to help his master Lord Rama get back his abducted wife Sita. Perhaps this is the reason why the picture in question is associated with such a claim.