About Ganesha Ganpati Bappa

In the hindu religion, the elephant head God Ganesh is also known as Ganapati. He brings joy and happiness to the family and may remove all the Obstacles. countless  devotee (Bhagats) praise this munificent Lord all over India. He is always worshipped first in temples Ganesh Vinayak and private houses. Less known tantric practices are also known. Visiting India, going to temples provides auspicious opportunities to get a first experience aiming to learn and to understand...

The word Ganesha means the Lord of Ganas (the army of the gods), the leader of the army of Shiva. That is why he is also called Ganapati and Gananayaka.

Ganesha is the Lord of Wisdom. The son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He is also worshipped as the God who grants success.

Maharshi Narada has praised Ganesha as following verses :

Vidyarthee labhate vidyam Dhanarthee labhate dhanam Putrarthee labhate putram
Moksharthee labhate gatim

Means : Vidyarthee labhate vidyam ( A student acquires education ), Dhanarthee labhate dhanam (a man who desires money gains wealth ), Putrarthee labhate putram ( one who seeks a son gets a son ) and Moksharthee labhate gatim ( the aspires of salvation reaches his goal ) .

 Colorful Ganapati
Ganesha

Vakratunda Mahakaya , Suryakoti-sama-prabha , Nirvighnam kuru me deva ,Sarva-karyeshu sarvada

 Abouve Magical word fulfill of desires of man who use with pease heart in morning.

 

 

Ganesha is the deity of suspiciousness.

 

 Ganesha  face is well known in India. The elephant face (Gaja vadana), winnowing pan like ears (Shoorpa-Karna), a huge belly (Lam bodara), four hands (Chaturbhuja) -three of them carrying Pasha (a rope), Ankusha (a spear-like weapon curved at one end) and Modaka (a pudding like sweet dish) - and the fourth held in a gesture which assures help  and protection to the devotee, a beautiful body of red complexion - this is how he is  pictured. And he rides a rat.The rat personifies evil qualities like anger, too much of pride and  selfishness. Riding on the rat shows that Ganesha checks these evil passions.

 


Jai Shri Ganesha

   

Ganpati Bappa Moraya

   

Jai Lord Ganpati