Friday, 28 September 2012

108 names meaning Lord Ganapatti Vinayak Ganesh

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Om Vinayak Namaha

Lord Ganesh the elephant-deity riding a mouse has become one of the favorite god of all age groups. 

This not only suggests the importance of Lord Ganesh, but also shows how popular and pervasive this deity is in the minds of the masses. 

It is believed that to start any new work we should first worship the Lord Vinayak ao that we will not face any obstacles or problems.

lorg ganesh 108 names dear loved ones!!!!!!!!!!!

2day i ll let u know the meanings of my 108 names

U ll let 2 know in which all names i, the Lord Ganesh is called n known among my devotees.

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with A
1. Akhurath: One who has mouse as his charioteer

2. Alampata : Ever eternal lord

3. Amit : Incomparable lord

4. Anantachidrupamayam: Infinite and consciousness   personified

5. Avaneesh: Lord of the whole world

6. Avighna: Remover of obstacles

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with B
7. Balaganapati: Beloved and lovable child

8. Bhalchandra: Moon-crested lord

9. Bheema: Huge and Gigantic

10. Bhupati: Lord of the gods

11. Bhuvanpati: God of the gods

12. Buddhinath: God of wisdom

13. Budhipriya: Knowledge bestower

14. Bhudhividhata: God of knowledge

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with C
15. Chaturbhuj: One who has four arms

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with D
16. Devadeva: Lord of all lords

17. Devantakanashakarin: Destroyer of evils and asuras

18. Devarata: One who accepts all gods

19. Devendrashika: Protector of all gods

20. Dharmik: One who gives charity

21. Dhoomravarna: Smoke-Hued lord

22. Durja: Invincible lord

23. Dvaimatura: One who has two mothers

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with E
24. Ekaakshara: He of the single syllable

25. Ekadanta: Single-Tusked lord

26. Ekadrishta: Single-Tusked lord

27. Eshanputra: Lord Shiva’s son

LORD GANESH NAMES starting with G

28. Gadadhara: One who has the mace as his weapon

29. Gajakarna: One who has eyes like an elephant

30. Gajanana: Elephant-Faced lord

31. Gajananeti: Elephant-Faced lord

32. Gajavakra: Trunk of the elephant

33. Gajavaktra: One who has mouth like an elephant

34. Ganadhakshya: Lord of all Ganas (Gods)

35. Ganadhyakshina: Leader of all the celestial bodies

36. Ganapati: Lord of all Ganas (Gods)

37. Gaurisuta: The son of Gauri (Parvati)

38. Gunina: One who is the master of all virtues

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with H
39. Haridra: One who is golden colored

40. Heramba: Mother’s Beloved son

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with k
41. Kapila: Yellowish-Brown coloured

42. Kaveesha: Master of poets

43. Krti: Lord of music

44. Kripalu: Merciful lord

45. Krishapingaksha: Yellowish-Brown eyed

46. Kshamakaram: The place of forgiveness

47. Kshipra: One who is easy to appease

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with L
48. Lambakarna: Large-Eared lords

49. Lambodara: The huge bellied lord

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with M
50. Mahabala: Enormously strong lord

51. Mahaganpati: Omnipotent and supreme lord

52. Maheshwaram: Lord of the universe

53. Mangalamurti: All auspicious lord

54. Manomay: Winner of hearts

55. Mrityunjaya: Conqueror of death

56. Mundakarama: Abode of happiness  57. Muktidaya: Bestower of eternal bliss

58. Mushikvahana: One who has mouse as charioteer

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with N
59. Nadapratithishta: One who appreciates and loves music

60. Namasthetu: Vanquisher of all evils and vices and sins

61. Nandana: Lord Shiva’s son

62. Nideeshwaram: Giver of wealth and treasures

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with O
63. Omkara: One who has the form of OM

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with P
64. Pitambara: One who has yellow-colored body

65. Pramoda: Lord of all abodes

66. Prathameshwara: First among all

67. Purush: The omnipotent personality

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with R
68. Rakta: One who has red-colored body

69. Rudrapriya: Beloved of lord Shiva

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with S
70. Sarvadevatman: Acceptor of all celestial offerings

71. Sarvasiddanta: Bestower of skills and wisdom

72. Sarvatman: Protector of the universe

73. Shambhavi: The son of Parvati

74. Shashivarnam: One who has a moon like complexion

75. Shoorpakarna: Large-eared Lord

76. Shuban: All auspicious lord

77. Shubhagunakanan: One who is the master of all virtues

78. Shweta: One who is as pure as the white colour

79. Siddhidhata: Bestower of success and accomplishments

80. Siddhipriya: Bestower of wishes and boons

81. Siddhivinayak: Bestower of success

82. Skandapurvaja: Elder brother of Skanda (Lord Kartik)

83. Sumukha: Auspicious face

84. Sureshwaram: Lord of all lords

85. Swaroop: Lover of beauty

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with T
86. Tarun: Ageless

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with U
87. Uddanda: Nemesis of evils and vices

88. Umaputra: The son of goddess Uma (Parvati)

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with V
89. Vakratunda: Curved trunk lord

90. Varaganapati: Bestower of boons

91. Varaprada: Granter of wishes and boons

92. Varadavinayaka: Bestower of Success

93. Veeraganapati: Heroic lord

94. Vidyavaridhi: God of wisdom

95. Vighnahara: Remover of obstacles

96. Vignaharta: Demolisher of obstacles

97. Vighnaraja: Lord of all hindrances

98. Vighnarajendra: Lord of all obstacles

99. Vighnavinashanaya: Destroyer of all obstacles and impediments

100. Vigneshwara: Lord of all obstacles

101. Vikat: Huge and gigantic

102. Vinayaka: Lord of all

103. Vishwamukha: Master of the universe

104. Vishwaraja: King of the world

  • LORD GANESH NAMES starting with Y
105. Yagnakaya: Acceptor of all sacred and sacrificial offerings

106. Yashaskaram: Bestower of fame and fortune

107. Yashvasin: Beloved and ever popular lord

108. Yogadhipa: The lord of meditation

Now lets enjoy a video of the names of Lord Ganesh:

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Lord Ganesh human Being Picture Image Parts Symbols

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Lord Ganesh Symbolism

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Lord Ganesh is a  symbol of what a man should be like. 
He represents, what a perfect human being should be. 
Various people talk about the unique form that Lord Ganesh has, apart from the puranic stories, the following description of Lord Ganesh helps to view the icon with a different and very inspiring, and helps us to see the peculiar Ganesh image with a perspective.

Every part of the body of Lord Ganesh has its own significance:

  • Lord Ganesha's LARGE EARS: listen more                                                                          Lord Ganesh listens to everyone's' prayers,he does not  give what his true devotees ask for,but gives them what they needed.
  • Lord Ganesha's BIG HEAD: think big                    Symbolizes wisdom, knowledge, intelligence, clear thinking. Also indicates fidelity and discriminating power.
  • Lord Ganesha's SMALL EYES:concentrate                          Ganesha's tiny eyes symbolizes the importance of concentration and attention. 
  • Lord Ganesha's SMALL MOUTH:talk less                       The key feature of concentration is Listen more and talk less.                         
  • Lord Ganesha's LARGE TRUNK:high efficiency and adaptability                                                           Symbolizes that there is no straight path to success, be flexible and adaptable to achieve it.
  • Lord Ganesha's LARGE STOMACH:peacefully digest all good & bad in life                                                        Ganesha's large tummy symbolizes the ability to digest all that life has to offer - good, bad, ugly, evil, pain, suffering, happiness. Lord Ganesha's large stomach is a treasure of Vedic knowledge.                                              
  • Lord Ganesha's MOUSE: desire & Lord Ganesha's vehicle                                                             Ganesha's vehicle, his mouse bowing down close to him  indicates that the little desire is good but mastery of over desires is essential.                                       You have to ride your desires and not vice versa.             The mouse also symbolizes the darkness of night.           The mouse can see well in the dark. As Lord Ganesha's   mouse signifies an object that leads a man from darkness to light. 
  • Lord Ganesha's MODAK IN HAND:rewards of sadhana                        Symbolizes the abundant love, good will and boon that Lord Ganesh has and all the good things that he can offer to his devotees.
  • Lord Ganesha's AXE IN HAND:to cut all the bonds of attachments                                                          Lord Ganesh holds the elephant goad,his fierce weapon to remove obstacles from the path of his devotees. 
  • Lord Ganesha's ROPE IN HAND: to pull u nearer to the highest  goal                                                           The rope symbolizes his gentle restraint of the mind, so that his devotees are pulled closer to the spiritual path
  • Lord Ganesha's ONE TUSK:retain good & throw away bad                                                                       The single tusk (the other broken off) indicates Lord Ganesh’s ability to overcome all forms of dualism. With this broken tusk Lord Ganesh wrote the epic.
  • Lord Ganesha's four arms: four inner attributes of the subtle body                                                          The attributes are:- *mind (Manas), *intellect (Buddhi), *ego (Ahamkara), and *conditioned conscience (Chitta). Lord Ganesh represents the pure consciousness which enables these four attributes to function in us.
  • Lord Ganesha's LEGS: one leg raised up and the other touching the ground                                                   Lord Ganesha has one leg raised up in the air and the other touching the ground.This is symbolic that we should take part in both spiritual world and material world.
  • Lord Ganesha's forehead: the Trishul                               It represents the weapon of Shiva, similar to Trident.It is depicted, symbolizing time (past, present and future) and Lord Ganesha's mastery over it.

Lord Ganesh never ran away from  obstacles. Lord Ganesh adapted well to the circumstances. With the common sense and wisdom, Lord Ganesh converted the 
constraints into opportunities without any egos and hence became the Chief Lord of 
Ganas (Ganapathi/Ganesh).

Friday, 21 September 2012

Lord Ganesh Pictures Images Wallpapers

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Lalbaugcha Raja is the popular public Lord Ganesh idol kept at Lalbaug in 


 It is one of the oldest sarvajanik  Lord Ganesh festivals of Mumbai established in 1934. 

Lalbaugcha is a place in Mumbai where Ganesh Mahotsav is taking place every year. 

It is famous for fulfilling the wishes of its worshipers and devotees. 

Lalbaghcha Raja is visited by lakhs of people during Lord Ganesh Chaturthi festival.

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ganesh pics of dagduseth ganapati

dagdu halwaii ganapati

The Shrimant Dagdusheth Halwai Sarvajanik Ganpati Trust, based in Pune was established 

in the year 1893 and has thus been in the service of devotees since 108 years. 

It was in 1893 when Lokmanya Balgangadhar Tilak gave a public form to the celebration of 

the festival of Lord Ganesh and made it a genuinely people’s festival.

 The Shrimant Dagdusheth Halwai Sarvajanik Ganpati trust exists from the year of the 

inception of the sarvajanik (public)  Lord Ganesh   festival and is the fulcrum of all 

sarvajanik(public) celebrations in Maharashtra.

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(Dagduseth Ganesh )

some more Lord Ganesh Pictures

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Khetwadicha- Ganesh Raja

Lord Ganesh Wallpaper
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Lord Ganesh  with Family
(lord ganesh with father Lord Shiva & mother Godess  Parvati)
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Lord Ganesha in different forms--  Musician Ganesh images 

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Sunday, 16 September 2012



Ganesh Chaturthi is the birthday of Lord Ganesh, the son of Shiva & Parvati. 
It is a Hindu festival which will bring joy, love and happiness in homes.
 In this festival Ganesha idols is immersed in water, usually in lakes or ponds after a large procession. 

All join in this final procession shouting "Ganapati Bappa Morya, Pudhachya Varshi Laukar ya" (O lord Ganesha, come again early next year) and "Ganesh Maha Raj ki, Jai" (lord Ganesha, victory is yours).

"Om Sri Gam Ganapathaye Namaha"

This is the Lord Ganesha’s mantra.

According to the Vaidic literature, Ganesha is the eldest son of Lord Shiva and 

Goddess Parvathi and he is the head of Pramadhaganas, hence Ganapathi. His 

brother is Kumaraswamy.

Hindus worship Lord Ganesha with several other names like Vinayaka, Vighneswara, 

Gajanana and Ganapathi.

Lord Ganapathi is said to be the form of Omkara. Om, which is written in Devanagari 

(script) is also considered as the pranava. In Om, the upper arc is said to be the head 

or the face of Gajanana. The Lower arc is his belly. The twisted arc, which is on the 

right side of Om is the trunk. Thus Omkara represents the complete physical form of 

Lord Ganesha.

Similarly, yet another divine symbol, the Swastika is also worshipped as another form 

of Lord Ganesha. According to the Indian culture, both these symbols have divine 


Every year, the fourth day after the no-moon day (Amaavasya) in the month of 

Bhadrapada (September according to the English calendar) is celebrated as the 

birthday of Lord Ganesha. This day is known as Vinayaka Chaturdhi or Vinayaka 


On this day, Lord Ganesha was born in Hasthami Nakshatra and Kanya Raasi. The 

Lord of Kanaya Raasi is Budha (Mercury). Green coloured jewel or Emerald represents 

Mercury. Owing to this, we worship Lord Ganesha with grass, which is of green in 


As Ganesha was born in the zodiac Mercury, he is intelligent like Budha. Similarly, 

who ever prays him will also attain the intelligence. The Raasi in which Ganesha was 

born (Hasthami) has the shape of an elephant trunk and rises before dawn on the day 

of Vinayaka Chavithi.

In the zodiac, Kanya Raasi is in the sixth position. This place indicates the debts and 

diseases. Owing to this, by worshiping the Lord, the devotees will get rid of the 

problems related to debt and ill health.

Ganesha is also considered to be the Lord of agriculture. Bhadrapada, the month in 

which Ganesha was born, falls in rainy season. Being the Lord of agriculture, even the 

body parts of Ganesha have relevance to various agricultural implements. His trunk 

resembles the plough. Ears are compared to dust pans. His belly is compared to 

granary. His vehicle, the rat, indicates the abundant availability of grain. The goad he 

holds is used for driving the bullock carts, which carry the grain to the granary.A fruit 

in the other hand is indication of bountiful yield. All these indicate that Lord Ganesha 

symbolises prosperity.

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