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Ganesha the remover of all obstacles and the god of wisdom is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. He had a corpulent body, which means he contained every matter of the universe within it. He is also known as Ganapati (GanaShiva’s followers and Pati- Lord). A less popular Yagna Ganesha Sahasranaam has 1008 names lovingly devoted to Lord Ganesha. The most common 108 names among these are:

  • Akhuratha– One who has a mouse as chariot.
  • Alampata– An eternal God.
  • Amit– The one who is incomparable.
  • Anantachidrupamayam– An incarnation who is infinite and cognizant.
  • Avaneesh– Lord of this whole world.
  • Avighna– The one who removes obstacles.
  • Balaganpati– The lovable child, Ganpati.
  • Bhalachandra– One who has crescent moon adorned on his head.
  • Bheema– One who is huge and gigantic.
  • Bhupati– The lord of the ‘bhu’, the earth.
  •  Bhuvanpati– The God of the Gods.
  • Buddhinath– The God of wisdom.
  • Buddhipriya– The one who bestows knowledge.
  • Budhividhata– The God of knowledge.
  • Chaturbhuj– The one who has four hands.
  • Deva– Lord of all the Gods.
  • Devantakanashakarin– Destroyer of evils and demons.
  • Devavrata– The one who consents sacrament.
  • Devendrashikha– One who is the protector of all Gods.
  • Dharmik– One who is religious.
  • Dhoomravarna– The smoke-hued lord.
  • Durja– The invincible lord.
  • Dvaimatura– The son of two mothers.
  • Ekaakshara– One who is of the single syllable.
  • Ekdanta– The one tusked Lord.
  • Ekdrishta– The one who has one side sight.
  • Eshaanputra– The son of Lord Eshan (Shiva).
  • Gadadhara– One who has Gada (mace) as his weapon.
  • Gajakarna– One whose eyes are like an elephant.
  • Gajanana– One who is elephant faced Lord.
  • Gajananeti– Same as Gajanana.
  • Gajavakra– The trunk of an elephant.
  • Gajavaktra– The one who has mouth like an elephant.
  • Ganadhyaksha– The lord of all Ganas.
  • Ganadhyakshina– The celestial bodies’ leader.
  • Ganapati– The lord of all Ganas.
  • Gauristuta– Son of Gauri.
  • Gunina– The master of all virtues.
  • Haridra– The one who is golden colors.
  • Heramba– Mother’s beloved son.
  • Kapila– One with yellowish brown colored.
  • Kshamakaram– The place where we can get forgiveness for all the sins committed.
  • Kshipra– Easily appeasable.
  • Lambakarna– The lord with large ears.
  • Lambodara– The pot-bellied Lord.
  • Mahabala– The enormously strong Lord.
  • Mahaganapati– The omnipotent and supreme Lord.
  • Maheshwaram– Lord of the whole universe.
  • Mangalmurti– The lord who always does the auspicious.
  • Manomay– The winner of hearts.
  • Mrityunjaya-The one who had conquered death.
  • Mundakarma– The abode of happiness.
  • Muktidaya– The one who bestowes eternal bliss.
  • Mushikavahana– The one with mushika (mouse) as his charioteer.
  • Nadapratithishta-The one who is a fond lover of music.
  • Namasthetu– The vanquisher of all evils and sins.
  • Nandana– The son of Almighty Lord Shiva.
  • Nideeshwaram– The one who gives wealth and treasures to his followers.
  • Omkara– The one who has the form of Om.
  • Pitambara– The one who wears a yellow colored cloth.
  • Pramoda– The Lord of all abodes.
  • Prathameshwara– The first among all.
  • Purush– The one who has a supreme personality.
  • Rakta– The one who has a red colored body.
  • Rudrapriya– The one who is beloved to Rudra (Lord Shiva).
  • Sarvdevatman-The one who accepts all celestial offerings offered to him.
  • Sarvsiddhanta– The one who bestows skills and wisdom.
  • Sarvatman– The protector of the universe.
  • Shambhavi– Son of the Goddess Parvati.
  • Shashivarnam– The one who has a moon like complexion.
  • Shoorpnakha– The Lord with large ears.
  • Shuban– The auspicious Lord.
  • Shubhagunakanan– The master of all virtues.
  • Shweta– The one who is as pure as white color.
  • Siddhidata– The one who bestows success and accomplishments.
  • Siddhipriya– The one who bestows wishes and boons.
  • Siddhivinayaka– The one who bestows success.
  • Skandapurvaja– The elder brother of Skanda.
  • Sumukha– The one with an auspicious face.
  • Sureshwaram– The Lord of all the Lords.
  • Swaroop– The lover of beauty.
  • Tarun– The one who is ageless.
  • Uddanda– The archenemy of evils and vices.
  • Umaputra– The loving son of Goddess Uma (Parvati).
  • Vakratunda– The Lord with a curved trunk.
  • Varaganpati– The one who bestows his devotees with varas (boons).
  • Varaprada– The one who grants wishes.
  • Varadvinayaka– The one who bestows everyone with success.
  • Veeraganpati– The heroic Lord.
  • Vidyavaridhi– The God of wisdom.
  • Vighnahara– The one who removes all obstacles.
  • Vighnaharta– The demolisher of all obstacles.
  • Vighnaraja– The Lord of Hindrances.
  • Vighnarajendra– The one who rules obstacles.
  • Vighnavinashanya– The one who destroys all impediments.
  • Vighneshwara– The Lord of all obstacles.
  • Vikat– The one who is huge and gigantic.
  • Vinayaka– The masses’ Lord.
  • Vishwamukha– The one who is considered as the master of the universe.
  • Vishwaraja– The King of the world.
  • Yangnakaya– The one who accepts all sacred and sacrificial offerings.
  • Yashaskaram– The one who bestows fame and fortune.
  • Yashasvin– The beloved and ever popular Lord.

             Shree Ganeshay Namah!

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