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The Remover Of Obstacles Shri Ganesha Oh Ganapati! One with a curved trunk, a large body, and a brilliance equal to millions of suns! O Lord, please make all my undertakings free from obstacles always. Shri Ganapati One of the most revered Gods in Hinduism

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shri ganesha
Shri Ganesha

Oh Ganapati! One with a curved trunk, a large body, and a brilliance equal to millions of suns! O Lord, please make all my undertakings free from obstacles always.

shri ganapati
Shri Ganapati
  • One of the most revered Gods in Hinduism
  • Considered as the remover of obstacles
  • The God of domestic harmony and success
  • Always involved first in any Hindu ceremony or festival
  • Known by various names
    • Ganesh
    • Ganapati
    • Vinayak
family of ganesha
Family of Ganesha

Lord Shiva is His father

Goddess Parvati His mother

Lord Kartikeyan is His brother

Mouse is His vehicle

Intelligence is His power

story of birth
Story of Birth
  • Shiva Purana
    • Parvati creates Him out of clay
    • A battle with Shiva
    • Loses His head and Parvati laments
    • Shiva replaces the head with elephants head
  • Brahma Vaivarta Purana
    • Parvati observes a fast to appease Vishnu
    • When Ganesha is born, all Gods and Goddesses are invited
    • Shani refuses to look at Ganesha
    • Finally looks and thus severs Ganesha’s head
    • Vishnu fixes an elephants head
story of tusk
Story of Tusk
  • Parashuram goes to visit Shiva
  • Ganesha again blocks Parashuram’s way
  • Parashuram throws an axe which breaks Ganesha’s tusk
  • While scribing Mahabharat, He broke His pen
  • To coninue, He broke his tusk and used it as pen
  • While riding His mouse, He fell and broke His tusk
  • Moon laughed at Him and got cursed
symbolism in ganesha
Symbolism in Ganesha
  • Known as Omkara as His body mirrors the embodiment of the cosmos
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Symbolism in Ganesha

Think Big

Listen more

Concentrate

To cut off all worldly bondages, removes obstacles

To pull you nearer towards the goal

Talk less

Retain good throw bad, sacrifice

Blesses & protects on path to elevation

Adaptability

Continuous pursuit of knowledge

Peacefully digest all good and bad of life

Keep desires and mind under control

Discover sweetness of Aatman