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Ganesha Wallpapers

Lord Ganesha Wallpaper

This is an interesting animated image of Lord Ganesha. Decked in all his finery- the Lord of Plenty and prosperity looks on at his devotees. The power of the symbolisms associated with Ganapati Bappa is reflected not only in his person but it gets repeated countless times in the heart and imagination of his ardent devotees around the world.

The artist’s imagination in the making of this image highlights  very significant change in the way we we look at the concept of divinity. One would assume that in the age of Science and technology, religion would take  back seat, and would in time lose credence and importance. Instead what we see here is an organic evolution of the concept of religion.

Humourous as it may sound, prehistoric man had wallpapers too, only he painted it on his cave walls with naturally occurring  pigments. Sociologists could and do argue that the cave paintings from over 10,000 years ago were simple recording of what the ancient man saw. Be it as it may, the one thing that is undeniable is the fact that those paintings were the result of human imagination at work.

Time passed and civilization replaced nomadic, cave-dwelling lifestyles until finally we arrived in the year 2013, where we live in complex social structures, governed by equally complex laws of interaction. A lot has changed, but a lot is still the same. From reality we have moved on to virtual reality and human imagination has been a constant presence throughout the entire time.

So today when you, dear reader, would look upon this Ganesha wallpaper and suddenly notice it blinking at you, you would be witness to a process of human evolution that literally spans millennia on end. It is proof of the power of human imagination to transcend reality. It is proof that sublime divinity is not antithetical and opposed to scientific enquiry. They are implicitly and organically  linked to each of us by the simple virtue of us being human.

It hardly matters which faith you subscribe to or which form of divinity you bow to, feel free to download this wallpaper and let it decorate your Personal Computer or your Mobile Device simply for the reason that it is beautiful. While you do this however, realize that you are embracing not a religion or an idol but the combined heritage of what makes human beings the dominant species on this planet. Emotional satisfaction shall enrich your life as you slowly but steadily come to experience the true power of having the reigns of prosperity, riches, and success in your very hands. At that precise moment, you would experience Ganesha!

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Pictures of Ganesha

Hindu Gods are often represented in a vivid manner. Lord Ganesha being one of the most important Gods of Hindus is no different. From his countenance to each artefact in his hand, everything holds a meaning and a lesson.

Legend has it that Ganesha was created out of mud and sweat of Parvati. His elephant head was given to him by Shiva when he unknowingly killed his son. This is mentioned in the Shiva Purana. Another story of creation of Ganesha is known as per the Brahma Vaivarta Purana.

The dramatic pictures of Ganesha holds many meanings. His large head represents great wisdom and knowledge. The broken tusk represents the sacrifice required to gain the wisdom and knowledge. He sometimes holds the tusk in his hand to show that one must finish what one started. The trunk of Lord Ganesha indicates the ability to differentiate between good and evil. Lord Ganesha’s large stomach contains all the known and unknown of the universe. His large ears are to listen to the call of his devotees when they need him. Ganesha’s raised hand symbolizes protection to his devotees.

Moving on to the artefacts Lord Ganesha holds in his hands, the axe is used for the protection of his devotees. In some idols the axe is replaced by a sword. He also holds a Trishul that has a spiritual meaning. The trident indicates love, wisdom and action. The mace is indicative of Lord Ganesha’s decisiveness and discipline. With the mace he guides humanity towards enlightenment. The noose is also believed to be a weapon that is used by Ganesha to pull wandering devotees back to the supposed right path. The hammer indicates that Ganesha is a patron of arts and crafts. Ganesha also holds a stick that is a symbol of warning, to not waver from the path of righteousness.

The artefacts apart from the weapons also represent different things. For instance the laddoo (sweet) that Ganesha holds in his trunk and the bowl of modaka in his hand is the reward for his true devotees. The lotus in his hand is symbolic to the ascent of the spirit above material pleasures. The conch shell in Lord Ganesha’s right hand is the call to his devotees to pray. The goad is used to prod those who walk on the path of spirituality. The Veena (an Indian musical instrument) promotes the importance of listening to one’s conscience.

Apart from his countenance and the artefacts that he holds, the things that are depicted around him are also symbolic to his teachings. The bowl of fruit by his feet or even his transport (the mouse) represents something. The pineapple is representative of giving and sharing while the mango in the fruit basket symbolizes purification of the spirit. The coconut indicates the triumph over ego. It is used to show the ego that is hard from outside and soft once penetrated.

Pictures of Ganesha are thus visual representation which furnish teachings that hold deeper meaning than is apparent to the uninitiated, and should be implemented by his devotees in their life.

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Wallpaper of Ganesha Idols

Beautiful Wallpaper of Lord Ganesha Bronze idol.

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Lord Ganesha Wallpaper

Lord Ganesha Wallpaper

Lord Ganesha Wallpaper

Lord Ganapati

Fascinating wallpaper of a Ganesh idol with a couple of elephants on both the sides. Elephants powering the halo behind Ganesha with source of energy.

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Lord Ganesha Wallpaper

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