Ganapati

About Ganesh Ji

Ganesha is the Hindu God of knowledge, information and the remover of obstacles or God of removal of troubles. He is also called Ganapati Ji(leader of people), Buddhividhata(god of knowledge), or Vighnahara(god to remove obstacles).
In fact Lord Ganesh has at least 108 names. He is one the most important Gods in the Hindu religion so that all sacrifices and religious ceremonies, all serious compositions in writing, and all worldly affairs of importance are begun with an invocation to Lord Ganesha.
Ganesha is usually depicted as an elephant head figure with a large pot belly. He has four hands with one hand always extended to bless people. Like most other Hindu gods, he has a 'vehicle', in his case a rat: this rat is usually shown at the foot of the god, but sometimes Ganesha is astride the rat.
This unique combination of his elephant-like head and a quick moving rat vehicle represents tremendous wisdom, intelligence, and presence of mind.

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi, a ten day festival in August or September, is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesha. The Hindus believe that praying to Lord Ganesha during the festival will bring good luck and prosperity for the family.


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