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Ganesh Vandana
most beautiful bhajan of Lord Vinayak

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शुभ प्रभात मित्रों
आपका दिन मंगलमय हो

जय श्री गणेश
आज बुधवार हे ,गोरी नन्दन श्री गणेश जी का वार हे।
आओ हमसब मिलकर उनकी आराधना करे  
ॐ गणेशाय महा कोटिश प्रभु प्रथम पूज्याय नमो नमः ।
ॐ शिव गिरजा नन्दनाय नमो नमः।
ॐ कार्तिक भ्राता रिद्धि सिद्धि दाताये नमो नमः।
ॐ    नन्दी मित्रये लाभ शुभ  पितये नमो नमः।
ॐ विघ्न हर्ता सुख कर्ता।
बुद्धि दाताये नमो नमः।
मूषक वाहने मोदक प्रियाय नमो नमः।
लम्बोदराय विघ्न हराय  भक्त प्रियाय सिंदूर वदनाय  एक दन्ताय   बक्र तुण्डाय।
महाकाय सूर्य कोटि नमोनम:।
जय गणेश इस स्तुति का नित्य स्मरण करने से श्रीगणेश जी की हमे विशेष कृपा प्राप्त होती हे और हमारी याददस्त तीव्र होती हे और हमारी जो भी मनोकामना होती हे वो शीघ्र अति शीघ्र पूर्ण होती है।

गौरी सुत गजानन को नमन्
जय श्री गजानन


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शुभ दिन का श्री गणेश।

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Vighanharta Shri Gananayak Ganesh
Human life is beset with obstacles. We face oppositions and encounter difficulties in galore, and the whole of our daily activity may be considered as a struggle against all odds which come in different forms as the sorrows of life. The difficulties of life are, to a large extent, the very substance of life itself.

Ganapati : The Remover of Obstacles
The whole of life is a bundle of difficulties. We are terribly afraid of obstacles. So we cry: “O Lord, Remove the obstacles, clear the path, cleanse the road.” The easiest way to remove your obstacles is by asking Ganesha for help. The great Lord called the Lord of Hosts, Ganapati, is worshipped throughout World. There is no Hindu who does not recognise the pre-eminence of the worship of this mysteriously conceived god called Ganapati.

Vedic Reference
Ganesha's name ­occurs right in the beginning of the Rigveda itself, the earliest of scriptures, where pointedly the name is taken in a Mantra, “gananam tva ganapatim havamahe…” You can invoke the power of Lord Ganesha is by repeating his mantras. The mantras are ancient Sanskrit words of power. Each syllable of a mantra resonates a certain vibration. Mantras are used in meditation, to focus the mind, but they are also used to invoke the blessing of a Deity. There are many chants to Ganesha, but a simple and powerful one is this:

Mantra for Praying to Ganaesha
“Om Gam Ganapataye Namah.” You can chant this so that you can easily and effortlessly plow through the obstacles. This particular mantra can be loosely translated to “Yo! Wake up Root Chakra energy of transformation so I can move through any obstacles in my life!” Most importantly, we are calling upon the powerful energy of Ganesha, the elephant headed deity, who is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Beginnings. When you’re setting goals or seeking wisdom as you pursue them ; call upon Ganesha as your guide.

Ganesha can be especially helpful in things mentioned below:
Any big or small endeavour in which you want to succeed. Writing and artistic projects. Seeking wisdom before making a big decision such as deciding whether to leave a job or change careers. Any situation where an obstacle is preventing you from success. Cultivating a peaceful household. !

🙏🙏Om Namah Shivaye🙏🙏
🙏🙏Om Ganeshaya Namah 🙏🙏

(From the Shiva Tribe)

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Stories from Puranas : Ganesha's Voracious Appetite
This story from the Puranas narrates how Ganesha humbled the pride of Kubera, the treasurer of Svargaloka and god of wealth.

One day Kubera went to Mount Kailash in order to receive the darshan of Mahadeva Shiva. Since he was extremely proud of his wealth, he invited the Lord to a feast in his fabulous city, Alakapuri. He did not do so out of his devotion for Mahadeva but rather because he wanted to show off his wealth. Shiva smiled and said to him: "I cannot come, but you can invite my son Ganesha. Let me warn you that he is a voracious eater."

Unperturbed, Kubera felt confident that he could satisfy even the most insatiable appetite, like that of Ganesha, with his opulence. He took the little son of Shiva with him into his great city. There, he offered him a ceremonial bath and dressed him in sumptuous clothing. After these initial rites, the great banquet began.

While the servants of Kubera were working themselves to the bone in order to bring the portions, the little Ganesha just continued to eat and eat and eat. His appetite did not decrease even after he had devoured the servings which were destined for the other guests. There was not even time to substitute one plate with another because Ganesha had already devoured everything, and with gestures of impatience, continued waiting for more food.

Having devoured everything which had been prepared, Ganesha began eating the decorations, the tableware, the furniture, the chandelier. Terrified, Kubera prostrated himself in front of the little omnivorous one and supplicated him to spare him, at least, the rest of the palace.

"I am hungry. If you don't give me something else to eat, I will eat you as well!", he said to Kubera. Desperate, Kubera rushed to mount Kailasa to ask Shiva to remedy the situation. The Lord then gave him a handful of roasted rice, saying that something as simple as a handful of roasted rice would satiate Ganesha, if it were offered with humility and love. Ganesha had swallowed up almost the entire city when Kubera finally arrived and humbly gave him the rice. With that, Ganesha was finally satisfied and calm.

Aum Shri Ganpatye Namah!
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