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Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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  • Girijatmaj Lenyadri


    Ashtavinayaka or eight Ganeshas is located in Maharashtra state of India, The Ashtavinayaka yatra or pilgrimage tour covers the eight holy temples of Ganesha which are situated around Pune. Lenyadri is to the North of Pune, along the Kukdi river. The Ganesh Puran calls this place as Jirnapur or Lekhan Parbat. Girijatmaj Vinayak refers to the Ganesh as the son of Parvati. Girija is another name for Parvati and Atamaj means son. This is the only temple of the Ashtavinayak which is on a mountain and is set in a Buddhist cave-temple
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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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    Ashtavinayaka or eight Ganeshas is located in Maharashtra state of India, The Ashtavinayaka yatra or pilgrimage tour covers the eight holy temples of Ganesha which are situated around Pune. The Maha Ganpati at Ashtavinayak is the most powerful representation of Lord Ganesha. Maha Ganpati is depicted as having eight, ten or twelve arms. It is after invoking this form of Ganpati that Shiva vanquished the demon Tripurasur and so he is also known as Tripurarivade Mahaganpati.
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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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    The Mayureshwar or Moreshwar temple is along the Karha river in the Morgaon village . A temple that looks like a tiny fort from a distance, it is situated in the Baramati Taluka of Pune district in Maharashtra. The idol of Mayureshwar is in the garbhagriha,the sanctum in which only the head priest is permitted entry. The deity is three eyed, seated, and his trunk is turned towards the left. The eyes and the navel of the deity are studded with precious diamonds. On the head are seen the fangs of Nagaraj. The deity is flanked by brass idols of Siddhi and Buddhi who are considered the consorts of Ganesh. In front of the deity stand a mouse and a peacock.The original idol is actually much smaller than it seems but continuous anointing of the idol with sindoor has resulted in the idol seeming much larger than it actually is. It is believed that this layer of sindoor peels off on its own every 100 or 150 years, revealing the actual idol.
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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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    Ashtavinayaka or eight Ganeshas is located in Maharashtra state of India, The Ashtavinayaka yatra or pilgrimage tour covers the eight holy temples of Ganesha which are situated around Pune. Siddhtek is a remote little village along the river Bhima in the Ahmednagar district and Karjat tehsil in Maharashtra. The Siddhivinayak Ashtavinayak Temple at Siddhtek is considered an especially powerful deity. It is believed that it was here on the Siddhtek Mountain, that Vishnu acquired Siddhi.
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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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  • A Statue of Lord Ganesha made of dry fruits.

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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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    Ashtavinayaka Temples or eight Ganeshas is located in Maharashtra state of India, The Ashtavinayaka yatra or pilgrimage tour covers the eight holy temples of Ganesha which are situated around Pune. Mahad is a pretty village set in the hilly region of Konkan in the Raigarh district and the Khalapur Taluka of Maharastra.Lord Ganesha as Varad Vinayak fulfills all desires and grants all boons. This region was known as Bhadrak or Madhak in ancient times. A nandadeep has been lit in this Ashtavinayak temple which has been continuously lit since the 1892
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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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    Ashtavinayaka or eight Ganapati temples are located in Maharashtra state of India. Tourists specially go to see these eight Ganesha temples surrounded in Pune. Ashtavinayaka yatra or pilgrimage tour is very common for devotees. Devotees would like to have darshan of eight holy temples of Ganesha which are situated around Pune.

    On the banks of the Kukdeshwar river, Ozhar Ashtavinayak is where Lord Vighneshwar resides. Lord Ganesha is known as Vigneshwara or the remover of all obstacles, this he achieved by vanquishing the demon Vighnasura .Vighneshwara's temple is situated on the banks of river Kukadi. Among Ashtavinayak Kshetra Vighneshwara Temple is the only temple with golden dome and pinnacle.

     
     
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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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  • The twelve names of Ganesha




    The twelve names of Ganesha are as follows : (1) Sumukh, (2) Ekdanta (with one tooth), (3) Kapil, (4) Gajakarna, (5) Lambodar, (6) Vikat, (7) Vighna-Nashan, (8) Vinayak, (9) Dhumraketu, (10) Ganadhyaksha, (11) Bhalchandra, (12) Gajanan. The inner-meanings of each other twelve names are drastically different from each other:

    1. Sumukh (One who has a beautiful face)
    Ganesha is said to be possessing all the qualities of Moon, who is also called the God of beauty, and is hence also known as Sumukh.

    2. Ekdanata (Having one tooth, or tusk)Ganesha is also known as Ekdanta, or the one with one tooth, because one of his tusks is broken. The name Ekdanta is probably derived from a tale associated with the Asura (demon), Mada-Asura, who is also associated with Pride. After having surrendered to Ganesa, the Asura describes Ganesha as the one who is the embodiment (eka) of the supreme truth (danta) and hence the name Ekadanta.

    The philosophical interpretation of this name however is this: Lord Ganesha, through his single tusk propagates Adwaitavad - or the Hindu doctrine of singularity, which in simple terms says that all existence - animate and non-animate - is but a part of a single whole. The other belief in Hinduism is that of Dwaitavad or the principle of duality, where Man is seen as being separate from God.

    3. Kapila (Celestial cow)

    Kapila was also the name given to a celestial grey cow. Just as a cow contributes in keeping Man healthy through its milk, Ganesha too does the same for the human mind by passing on knowledge and wisdom. This nature of kind giving to Man is assimilated in the name, Kapila.

    4. Gajakarna (One with ears of an elephant)

    Gajakarna indicates the possession of the ears of an elephant. Ganesha's ears, which also appear like large winnowing baskets, have philosophical significance. Just as one uses a winnowing basket to separate grains from dirt, one must use discriminition (viveka) to separate the real (Brahman) from the unreal (Maya) in life. Here the grains stand for Brahman and the dirt signifies Maya. In other words, Ganesha's ears indicate that such discrimination between Brahman and Maya is to be gained by taking recourse to Sravana (hearing). Listening to words of wisdom from those who are already enlightened will lead to proper discrimination and Brahman realization and this is the message that is sought to be passed on through the depiction of Lord Ganesha with elephant ears.

    5. Lambodara (One with a large belly)

    Lord Ganesha learnt the art of music from the tinkling sound of nupur (anklets) tied around the ankles of his mother, Goddess Parvati. He studied the Vedas from the sound of the Damaru (a small percussion instrument) of Lord Shiva. Thus with the accumulation and storage of vast knowledge, his tummy became large.

    6. Vikat (One who is ferocious)

    This name, which means ferocious or dreadful, is suggestive of Lord Ganesha taking on those forms to defeat all evils. It is said that one needs to take on one's opponents in the same manner as they behave so as to defeat them. This is the message conveyed by the name Vikat.

    7. Vighnanash (Destroyer of obstacles)

    Lord Ganesha is a destroyer of all evils and calamities. It is said that Lord Shiva told Parvati that their son Ganesha would create numerous obstacles for those who do not follow the path of dharma (righteousness) but that he would remove all the obstacles to those who revere knowledge and wisdom.

    8. Vinayak (Leader)

    To the king Abhijit and queen Gunavati was born a beautiful son named Gana. He was very bright and strong. In addition, he had great devotion to Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva, pleased with Gana's devotion, granted him some boons. However, this inflated Gana's ego and he fell to bad company. One day he visited sage Kapila's ashram (hermitage). Kapila had a precious gem called Chintamani which was could fulfill the wishes of its owner and could provide food for thousands. When Gana spotted this gem, he wanted to possess it but Kapila did not want to give it to him. Gana forcibly took it away from him. Kapila prayed to Lord Ganesha and Ganesha appeared in the dream of Gana and cut off his head. Gana on waking up, did not repent but rather took his army to kill Kapila. Gana's father Abhijit pleaded with Gana to give Kapila back his gem, but Gana did not heed the advice. However, on reaching Kapila's ashram he found that Ganesha had assembled an army to fight him. In the fight that ensued, Gana was slayed by Ganesha and Ganesha restored the Chintamani gem to Kapila. Kapila, however, gave it back to Ganesha saying that even a small gem like that is the cause of all troubles and wealth is the root of many troubles of the world. Kapila, however, requested Ganesha to stay in that place. This place is now called Chintamani Vinayaka and is at Theur near Pune, Maharashtra, in India. In the word Vinayak, the syllable "Vi" stands for Vighna (obstacle or calamity) and Nayak means controller or leader.

    9. Dhumraketu

    This name indicates the shaping of smoke into a specific form - suggestive of Ganesha's role in helping Man in the formation of specific ideas from foggy thoughts. It also means Agni (fire) and is indicative of the power that Ganesha has in burning all evils and calamities.

    10. Ganadhyaksha (Leader of the masses)

    Lord Ganesha is seen as the leader of the Ganas (masses), Nar (Man), Asura (Demon) and Nag (Snake) and hence this name.

    11. Balachandra (One who wears the moon on his head)

    By placing the moon near his head, Lord Ganesha creates an atmosphere of pleasure and peace. It is indicative of the fact that the more a person feels peaceful using his wisdom, the more effectively and efficiently will he be able to shoulder his responsibilities. A quite mind is the stepping-stone to success. Balachandra also indicates the moon being a king of Brahmins - those who are enlightened or those who are perfect in knowing Brahma. Thus by depicting the Brahmin king on Ganesha's head, it is sought to indicate that Ganapati has stored the entire knowledge of Brahma in his mind.

    12. Gajanana (One who has the face of an elephant)

    The symbolism of Ganesha having his head as that of an elephant and the various meanings attached to it have been described at length earlier.

    History tells as that during Dravidian times, Lord Ganesha was worshipped as an elephant signifying the wisdom and majesty of the universe. The invading Aryans, adopted the Dravidian godling and affirmed their belief in Ganesha. Ganesha made a ceremonial entrance as an Aryan God. 'The auspicious god', he would be worshipped at the beginning of all rites, an unbroken tradition that continues to this day.

    The symbol of Lord Ganesha is the Swastika. The Swastika is a basic Hindu symbol, reflecting the primary principle of Creation, personalized by Lord Ganesha. The in-depth interpretation of the direction of the swastika proves, that the ancient Oriental mind gives positive answers to the existential problem of the unity of the profane and sacred in human life.

    Another symbol associated with Lord Ganesha is the OM. The sign Om is the primary sound of the creation, the holy breath of God, the primary word or the primary verb. Lord Ganesha's form is shaped like and represents Om, which is the primeval, creative energy. When the elephant cries it produces a sound akin to the Om. The Om is the sound symbol of Brahmam, Sivam, the Eternal, the Unchanging, the substratum of all existence.

    Lord Ganesha represents unity. He has a revered place in all Hindu temples including the Shiva temple and the Krishna temple. Lord Ganesha has a place in the Buddhist temple and among the Jains as well. The Chinese too worship Ganesha but with a different name. Ganesha like deities are found in Indonesia, Japan, Afghanistan, Mexico, Brazil, Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Tibet, Mongolia and Polynesia among other places.

    Ganesha is the beginning of our world. He was created first and he gave shapes, the qualities, the elements, the modes of time, the Gods, the people. Ganesha is the symbol of the personality, which surpasses the human ego and superego. Ganesha is the innocence, living in constant worship of the Spirit. In other words, Ganesha is the unrealized, potential innocence in everything. Lord Ganesha is source of the illusive energy "Maya", hiding Atma (soul) from the mind in the same way as an illusion makes one mistake the rope for a snake.

    Ganesha is also the Lord of Categories. All that can be counted or comprehended is a category (gana, hence the lord of gana, Gana-pati). The principle of all classifications through which the relations between different orders of things, between the macrocosm and the microcosm, can be understood is called the lord-of-categories.

    "I bow to you, lord of categories. You alone are the visible form of the principle. You alone are the creator, you alone are the sustainer, you alone are the destroyer, you alone are unmistakably the Principle-of-All (Brahma), the true Self.”

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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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  • KEEP GANESHA IDOL FOR LUCK AND PROSPERITY

    Lord Ganesha is the favourite god of most devout. Keep an idol of the elephant-headed god in your home, for luck, this season, writes Prerna Pandey




    The name Ganesha stands for wisdom and intellect (where ‘Ga’ stands for wisdom and ‘na’ for intellect). Lord Ganesha is a god of multitude; every Hindu begins his/her work by taking his name first. Ganesha’s name is always taken before any other god’s name. Be it buying a new house or starting a new business invoking the elephant-headed god’s name is a prerequisite.

    Even in Vaastu Shastra, it is suggested to keep a Ganesha idol at home. Accordingly, Ganesha idol should be installed at the entrance of the house as it is suppose to bring prosperity to the house and its inmates. But it is also suggested that we should always install two Ganesha idols backing each other as it is believed that poverty resides behind his back and if you install a Ganesha idol at the entrance of your house with his back to your house and you wouldn’t want poverty in your house.

    In a similar way, if you are planning to get a Ganpati idol at home make sure it’s always backing an outside wall and not a wall separating two rooms, same rules goes with paintings or portraits as well. It is said that Vinayaka is always accompanied by his two wives Riddhi (prosperity) and Siddhi (knowledge), so it is always better to have an idol or a painting with both Riddhi and Siddhi in it.

    It is best if the Ganesha is facing north side as that direction is Lord Shiva’s (Ganesha’s father) direction and it is believed that Gajanan is happy when he is facing north direction. It is indeed very lucky to keep a Ganesha idol at home or at your workplace not only does it embellish the place but also attracts positive vibes wherever it is kept. Ganesha also known as ‘Vighnaharta’ is said to help us overcome any obstacles in the house or at workplace.
     
    Many people whose income depends upon their intellect are suppose to keep Ganesha idol at home or at their offices since Ganpati is suppose to bring in knowledge and prosperity and its also believed that Ganesha grants good fortunes to his devotees.

    Apart from Hindus, those belonging to other religions can also keep Ganesha idol at home for good fortune but you have to ensure it is respected by all the members of the family. One last thing that we are supposed to keep in mind is to keep the place and the surrounding where you place the Ganpati idol clean.

    THINGS TO AVOID
    While buying a Ganpati idol or a painting always check that his trunk is on the left side and not on the right side. As left side of our body is considered feminine side which is calm, composed and relaxed while the right side is considered to be the masculine side which is more fiery and aggressive.

    It is most imperative to note that Lord Ganesha’s idol or image should be without any blemish. Any cracks, cuts or spoilage is said to fetch misfortune with there being innumerable instances of devotees vouching for the same.


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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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    Lord ganesha kindly remove all the obstacles.

    Ganpathy namo namaha...
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    Re: Lord Ganesha -the remover of Obstacles
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  • Ganesh Gayatri
    Om Eka Dantaya Vidmahe
    Vakra Thundaya Dhemahi
    Thannoh Dhantih Prachodhayath
    Om Shanti ... Shanti ... Shanti

    Realizing that Elephant-faced One,
    with one tusk is God;
    Meditate on the One Who has a curved trunk;
    May He enlighten our intellect.


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    JAI SHRI SAI RAM !!!
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