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Your Own Ganesha Experience

Your very own Ganesha Experience

Shamir Singh’s very own Ganesha Experience!

Namaste U know I have done a lot of research and through this I have come across something really interesting, if u want success in all field then rise up early in the morning n take ur bath and start reciting’ OMGANG GANAPATAYE NAMAHA 108 TIMES OR even more mentally but please don’t expect the answer on the spot u have to wait. The fruit of patience is really very juicy so please wait for the result.

 

Thangaraju Bhupalan’s Ganesha Experience

After finishing my technical college graduation in mid eighties, I was jobless. It was beginning of recession, I really needed a job to sustain my living and indirectly reduce the burden of my father who was at the end stage of renal failure. A friend of my father offered me a temporary job with a very minimum wage. So I had to rent a room nearby to my workplace, I shared a room with my college mate. This was about 6km away. the Batu Caves temple was in between my workplace and room, so every day without fail, I stoped over there and offer my prayers to the Kutty Ganesha sitting under the Arasamaram tree. I prayed to this particular Ganesha because I didn’t have money to buy the Arachennai ticket. And after 6 months, I got a permanent job in the tin mining. I was very happy. I took the appointment letter and kept it at his feet and offered him my prayers with flowers and garlands. I’ve been doing this ever since then, as I got thru my exams, my promotions rank and file. I carry a photo of him with me since 12 years now. I made a promise that when I reach the age of 50, I would visit him at Batu caves temple and to Pulliyar Patti temple which I did last month. I cant leave my house without praying to him, if I do, I feel the day is not complete till I go back home and after having my shower, I complete the day after praying to him.

 

Vaneedha’s Ganesha Experience

My name is Vaneedha.
I am from Gauteng in South Africa.
I have a beautiful elephant on my tree trunk .I worship every morning at my Ganesha tree.
I have also learnt recently, that the elephant is my power animal.
Love and blessing
Vaneedha.

 

Anusha Devi Bhutto’s Ganesha Experience

Namaste U know I have done a lot of research and through this I have come across something really interesting, if u want success in all field then rise up early in the morning n take ur bath and start reciting’ OMGANG GANAPATAYE NAMAHA 108 TIMES OR even more mentally but please don’t expect the answer on the spot u have to wait. The fruit of patience is really very juicy so please wait for the result.

 

Kishore Kapita’s Ganesha Experience

Lord Ganesh is my favorite, me my-self and my daughter who is a 17 year old, we both perform a fasting day on the Tuesdays every week. And this thing we are doing it for the past several years.

I have felt Lord Ganesha’s presence in my life to a greater extent. Although having several statues and photos and pictures of Lord Ganesh in our house temple but still Lord Ganesh shows himself to me in several others poses either through e-mails, or posts on the Facebook or while watching any serials or films on the Television.

jaya jaya jaya gaNapati devaa
maataa paarvati pitaa mahaadevaa || 2 ||
gajaananaa gajaananaa gajaananaa he gaNapati devaa || 2 ||
jay gaNesha jay gaNesha, jay gaNesha devaa
maataaji paarvatii, pitaa mahaadevaa || 2 ||

gajaananaa gajaananaa gajaananaa he gaNapati devaa || 2 ||

 

 

Tecia Linville’s Ganesha Experience

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I’m a Lord Ganesha devotee for some years, every morning I chant His mantra Om Gam Ganapatye Namaha for protection and remove all the obstacles in life not just for me but for everybody around the world.
I have Lord Ganesha everywhere…but I have one very special Ganesha. Jai Ganesha.
Love, Light and Peace

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Ten life lessons from Lord Ganesha

Ten life lessons from Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha is one of the most important Gods in Hinduism. In the light of many articles on Lord Ganesha, there are many lessons to learn from the God of wisdom.

Lesson 1:

Respect your parents: Ganesha’s relationship with his parents has been tricky. This is primarily due because of the way he was created by Parvati and by mistake beheaded by his father Lord Shiva. However his powers and wisdom has developed the relationship with his parents into one that is loving and full of respect.  An anecdote from Lord Ganesha’s life reflects this lesson. When Ganesha was asked to encircle the world three times in order to win a race, he simply encircled his parents saying they were his world.

Lesson 2:

Wisdom can help us overcome any inherent limitation: Ganesha is shown as a large pot bellied God. Yet he is known as one of the most powerful Gods in the world and has slain many demons. The above anecdote also tells us that we must not fret over our physical weaknesses. It was Skanda’s vehicle and strength that made him hop on and encircle the earth literally. Ganesha could not be as fast as Skanda so he used his wisdom to win the race.

Lesson 3:

It is important to be a good listener: Lord Ganesha’s large ears denote the importance of large ears. A good listener is sometimes more effective than a good orator.

Lesson 4:

Power can be self-destructive and should be handled with responsibility: Lord Ganesha was deemed as the most powerful God by his father Lord Shiva (after Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati and Lord Vishnu). The elephant’s trunk is not just used to carry heavy logs but also knock down its enemy. The animal is also known as the strongest in the animal kingdom. Yet its demeanour is calm and composed. The elephants head on Lord Ganesha hence teaches this lesson.

Lesson 5:

One must finish what one starts: Legend has it that when Valmiki was reciting the Mahabharata to Lord Ganesha, the pen broke in the middle of writing it. Since Lord Ganesha had the onus of writing the epic he broke his tusk and used it as a pen only to finish what he started.

Lesson 6:

Forgiveness is a virtue: When the moon made fun of Lord Ganesha, Lord Ganesha felt humiliated. He cursed the moon saying that no human would ever look at it again. The moon franticlly asked for forgiveness and Lord Ganesha realized that the punishment was perhaps harsh. He forgave the moon despite being insulted by it.

 

Lesson 7:

Spirituality is as important as earthly desires: Lord Ganesh’a one leg on the ground and one leg on his throne denote the balance required to attain between spiritual knowledge and worldly matters. The lesson learnt is to maintain the balance.

Lesson 8:

Humility is the mark of power: Ganesha’s vehicle, the mouse, teaches us to be humble. Although the mouse is tiny he carries the weight of one of the most powerful God’s. So we must never underestimate anyone.

Lesson 9:

With wisdom, comes prosperity: Lord Ganesha’s consorts Laxmi and Saraswati, are mark of prosperity and skill. Hence the lesson learnt is with knowledge and wisdom, come prosperity.

Lesson 10:

United we stand: The reason why Lokmanya tilak chose Ganesh Chaturthi to spread national integrity in India is because of the universal appeal Lord Ganesha has across all religions. The colour red smeared all over Ganesha and his devotees on this day also stand for the same lesson as it doesn’t allow anyone to differentiate between people.

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