Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Lord Ganesha is very glorious and inspiring.


Lord Shree Ganesha is very glorious and inspiring.


Vighnaharta, Pratham Pujya, Ekadanta Lord Shri Ganesh is known by many such names.  Be it to start any auspicious work or to pray to remove any disturbance, Gajanan name is the first to come remember.  Any siddhi or sadhna is not considered complete without the Vighnharta Ganesha. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great pomp on the Chaturthi of Bhadraprada Shukla Paksha.  Vishnu as Ganesha was born as the son of Shiva-Parvati.  All the gods came to bless him on his birth. Vishnu blessed him with knowledge, Brahma blessed fame and worship, Shiva blessed with generosity, intelligence, strength and self-control.  Lakshmi said that where Ganesha will live, I will stay there. ”Saraswati provided speech, memory and oratory.  Savitri gave wisdom.  The Tridevas gave Ganesha the boon of Agarpujya, the first god and the provider of Riddhi-siddhi.  Therefore he is gods with universal, everlasting and universal popularity.

The story of the birth of Ganesha is very interesting .  In ancient time, when the terror of demons had increased on the earth, Mahadev Shiva had gone away from Shivaloka to help Gods.  Mother Parvati was alone in Shivlok.  When Parvatiji wished to take a bath, she was worried about Shivalok's safety. Although no one could enter Shivlok without Shivji's permission, but she feared that any other could be easily enter in Shivaji's absence.  Therefore, as a protection, she created a child with her power and named him Ganesha. She appointed Ganeshji with great powers and gave strict instructions to prevent anyone from entering the house.  Here the gods were start to defeat to the demons.  Shivji won the battle and happily walked towards Shivaloka.  Upon reaching Shivlok, he first desired to tell Parvati Mata the news of his victory. But unaware of Shiva's dominance, Ganesha stopped him from entering the house.  Shivji's anger gone to the peak point when he was prevented from entering his own house.  He severed Ganesha's head and entered inside the house.  When he told this story to Maa Parvati, she was very angry to hear the news of Ganesha's death.  She blamed Shivji for killing his own son and requested him to revive Ganesha immediately. Apart from persuading worried Parvati Mata, Shivji had no other way.  Then Shivji said that the head of Ganesha cannot be connected to torso again, but the head of a living creature can be installed.

According to Shivji's instructions, Shivaganas set out in the forest to find such a creature, who was sleeping with his head towards the north.  One such elephant was sleeping in the forest facing north.  Shivji's ganas brought him up.  Shivji connected the elephant's head with the trunk and Ganesha's body, and thus the life of Ganesha was revived.  Not only this, Shivji also announced that the people of Earth would worship Lord Ganesha before starting any new work.

Lord Shiva's thought is extensively behind the entire anatomy of Ganesha.  All the qualities of a skilled, just and strong ruler and god have been included in him.  Ganesha's forehead is of elephant, that is, he is the god of wisdom. He is intelligent .  His memory power is very sharp.  His memory power is very sharp.  Like the elephant, his instincts are the origin of inspiration in the steady, serious, calm and calm consciousness. Elephant's eyes are relatively small and it is very difficult to understand the expressions of those eyes.  Actually Ganesha is the ideal form of the leader .  The leader of the gana should have gravity and seriousness.  That gravity lies in his gross body. His huge body also inspires to be alert and ready to face all situations and difficulties.  His Lambodar's form teaches the secrecy of others, evils, weaknesses in themselves and inspires them to stick to their duty path by keeping all kinds of condemnation, criticism in his stomachs.  The small face is indicative of being low, logical and soft-spoken.

Since then Ganesha is the presiding deity of happiness-prosperity, Riddhi-Siddhi, fame, knowledge, and auspiciousness.  In the world unfavorable with favorable, inauspicious with auspicious, ignorance with knowledge, unhappiness happens with happiness.  Ganesha is the only savior for a person troubled by adverse, inauspicious, ignorance and sorrow. He is the Satvik deity and is the Vighnaharta. He is not only permeate every aspect of Indian culture and lifestyle, but are also present in abroad's home-cars, offices and factory.  Ganesha is prevalent everywhere. Ganesha is first remembered and worshiped for his success in daily activities, wishes for happiness, prosperity, development of intelligence and knowledge, and for any smooth functioning of auspicious work.  Along with being the first god, his personality is multi-faceted, the character of Loknayak(leader), he is the god of wisdom.

All types of cosmic works, big and simple, begin by remembering his divine nature.  Traders start the new year by writing 'Shri Ganeshay Namah' on their books.  Each work is started with Ganpati Pujan and Ganesh Vandana. Ganpati is first remembered in the temple, whether it is a celebration of the (Pran Pratishtha) life of the idol or the theme of the Shodas(Shodas Sanskar) ceremony in life.  According to Skanda Purana, who worships Ganesha devotionally, there is no hindrance come in front of him.  Ganapati Ganesh or Vinayaka All words mean Lord or Leader of the Gods.
Ganesha is a sattvik deity, his feet are small, which are symbolic of the sensory and sattva qualities of the senses.  Mooshak is the vehicle of Ganapati, which is a motivator to control the tendency of fickleness and perforation of others.  Actually the Mooshak is a very small and weicked animal.  By making him own vehicle, Ganapati has enhanced his dignity and has given the message that the Gannayak(leader) should also have affection for a person who is insignificant.  The four arms of Ganesha impart knowledge of four types of devotees, four types of creation and four (Purusharth) efforts.
Riddhi-Siddhi is Ganesha's wives.  She is the daughters of Prajapati Vishwakara.  If worshiped Ganesha is duly worshiped, his virtous wives Riddhi-Siddhi are also happy and give happiness-peace-prosperity in the house and family, and pure wisdom and intelligence to the children. Siddhi had son named 'Kshem i.e.  Shubh(auspicious)' and Riddhi had son name Laabh(Benefit). Where Lord Ganesha is Vighnharta, then his wives Riddhi-Siddhi makes devotees to famous, magnificent and prestigious.  At the same time, with good luck and good fortune, keep it permanent and safe.  Mankind will always be indebted to him for the welfare of the people, for giving practical principles of Dharma and for establishing happiness-prosperity-smooth governance.  Today's rulers(leaders) need to follow in the footsteps of Ganesha.
Ganeshji is considered to be the first writer(Proof reader), he wrote the Mahabharata composed by Ved Vyasji on the prayers of the gods.  Ganesha worship is also practiced in Jain and Buddhist religions.  Ganesha is also considered as Adidev in Hindu culture.  Since eternity, Ganesha has been worshiped by many names as the destroyer of sorrow, fear, anxiety etc., and has been destroy the suffering of human beings.  In present times, the worship of Ganesha for the protection of freedom, national consciousness, emotional unity and integrity and to celebrate the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi enthusiastically has its own special significance.


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