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Ganesha, the God of prosperity.

Ganesha, the God of prosperity.

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Published by Om Books International in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gaṇeśa (Hindu deity) -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    GenreJuvenile literature.
    SeriesLarge print
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1225.G34 (BL7)+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination79 p. :
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16977038M
    ISBN 108187108320
    ISBN 109788187108320
    LC Control Number2008306774
    OCLC/WorldCa233798959

    The LOC description explains that this book is "about the adventure of Ganesh, the Hindu god of prosperity, and how he became the gods' gift to humanity." Additionally, there is a page inside the front of the book that explains the story of the Indian god Ganesh/5. Ganesh Chaturthi, in Hinduism, day festival marking the birth of the elephant-headed deity Ganesha, the god of prosperity and begins on the fourth day (chaturthi) of the month of Bhadrapada (August–September), the sixth month of the Hindu the start of the festival, idols of Ganesha are placed on raised platforms in homes or in elaborately decorated outdoor tents.

    Books on Lord Ganesha Ganapati or Ganesha, also known as Vinayaka, is perhaps, the most popular of the Hindu deities worshipped by all sections of the Hindus. No undertaking, whether sacred or secular, can get started without first honouring and worshipping him.   Ganesh figures can be found in gardens, on the street, on the shore of rivers, at temples, in houses, in businesses, in college dorms, around necks, wrists and fingers, and on shirts! Ganesh Elephant – God with the Elephant Head. Ganesh is a God that is worshiped by Hindus and to a lesser extent by Jains and Buddhists.

    Ganesh is known as the Remover of Obstacles and the God of Success and Prosperity. He is also known as the destroyer of evils and the god of education, knowledge, wisdom, wealth and domestic harmony. In India, no new undertaking, whether it is a new business, a marriage, a new job, taking an exam, or any other endeavour, is started without Author: DEONATE. God of Scholarship, Arts, and Science. Not only is he the bringer of happiness and prosperity, but great-bodied Ganesh is also the God of Scholarship. Here he indulges in the pleasure of a book, and offers his blessing to all who delight in written knowledge.


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Ganesh the gentle elephant-headed god, is the god of auspicious beginnings and the remover of obstacles. In this beautifully illustrated book, read all about how little Ganesha got an elephant head, his naughty antics, how the mouse became his vehicle and many more interesting stories.

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About The Book Ganesha is a large print book about Lord Ganesha, also known as 'Ganapati', who is proclaimed as one of the deities best-known and most widely worshipped in the Hindu tradition. About Om Books Editorial Team Other Books By Om Books Editorial Team.

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Ganesha - The God of Prosperity It is said that Ganesha wrote the Mahabharata which is the great Hindu epic of stories from The great saint Vysa's memories.

The great sage Vyaas wanted to write the epic Mahabharat and wanted someone to write it as he dictates. He prayed to Ganesh. Good Fortune who provides prosperity, fortune and s uccess. He is the Lord of Beginnings and the Remover of Obstacles of both material and spiritual kinds. He is a God who is revered at the beginning of any good deed or a Puja.

Because of these attr ibutes, Ganesh is widely worshipped by almost all parts o f India, regardless of any other spiritual affiliations. All the gods came to see him.

Everybody except Shani (god of the planet Saturn) looked at Ganesha. When asked, Shani said that he had an evil eye. If he looked at Ganesha he will end up burning Ganesha’s face. Parvati still insisted him to look at baby Ganesha.

Alas. The misfortune happened and Ganesha became headless. Parvati started weeping. Ganesh is the most loved god among the Hindus.

His large head invites us to think BIG. His large ears and small mouth remind us to listen more and talk less. His single tusk represents the importance of holding on to the good and eliminating the bad pins. In 'Eternal Ganesha', a book devoted to this special deity, Gita Mehta writers, "He is regarded as the Origin of the Universe, the Lord of Connection, of Cause and Effect, the Moment of Creation.

Ganesha là một vị thần đáng kính trong Ấn Độ giáo, nhân dạng của thần kỳ dị, với đầu voi mình người. Thần Ganesha là tượng trưng của tài trí, hạnh. In the Ganapatya tradition of Hinduism, Ganesha is the supreme deity.

The principal texts on Ganesha include the Ganesha Purana, the Mudgala Purana, and the Ganapati Atharvashirsa. Brahma Purana and Brahmanda Purana are other two Puranic genre encyclopaedic texts that deal with t: Consorts of Ganesha: Buddhi. Ganesha, also spelled Ganesh, also called Ganapati, elephant-headed Hindu god of beginnings, who is traditionally worshipped before any major enterprise and is.

Ganesha is one of the most distinctive Hindu deities with his large elephant head and pot-bellied human body. He plays a dual role of a supreme being powerful enough to remove obstacles and ensure success or create obstructions for those whose ambition has become destructive.

Ganesh is the remover of obstacles, the deity whom worshipers first acknowledge when they visit a temple. Statues of Ganesh can be found in most Indian towns. His image is placed where new houses are to be built; he is honored at the start of a journey or business venture, and poets traditionally invoke him at the start of a book.

Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and the formless Divinity – encapsulated in a magnificent form, for the benefit of the devotee. He is God of knowledge and the remover of obstacles.

He is also popularly known as Ganapati. Unlike some other Hindu gods and goddesses, Ganesha is nonsectarian. Worshippers, called Ganapatyas, can be found in all sects of the faith. As the god of beginnings, Ganesha is celebrated at events big and small.

The biggest of them is the day festival called Ganesh Chaturthi, which typically takes place each August or : Subhamoy Das. Buy Ganesha: The God of Prosperity By OM Books, in Very Good condition.

Our cheap used books come with free delivery in Australia. ISBN: ISBN Pages:. Ganesh (also spelled Ganesa or Ganesha and known as Ganapati, Vinayaka and Pillaiyar) is the Lord of Good Fortune who provides prosperity, fortune and success. He is the Lord of Beginnings and the Remover of Obstacles of both material and spiritual kinds.Lord Ganesha is the God of wisdom, intelligence, luck, and fortune.

Prosperity and Success will come wherever Ganesha is, and He is the remover of obstacles. Lord Ganesha is invoked before the beginning of any auspicious work. Ganesha, also called Ganapati, is one of the sons of Lord Shiva and the Divine Mother Size: KB.With the grace of Ganesha, problems disappear and prosperity and power appear.

You can imagine Ganesha catching hold of a problem (rat/mouse/bandicoot) by its tail, dragging it away, sitting on it, so that it troubles you no more. No wonder Ganesha is such a popular god.