गणेश एगो हिंदू देवता हवें जिनके धड़ आदमी नियर आ सिर हाथी के कल्पित कइल जाला। हिंदू कथा अनुसार ई भगवान शिवपार्वती के छोट बेटा हवें।

  • God of New Beginnings, Success and Wisdom
  • Remover of Obstacles[1][2]
Attired in an orange dhoti, an elephant-headed man sits on a large lotus. His body is red in colour and he wears various golden necklaces and bracelets and a snake around his neck. On the three points of her crown, budding lotuses have been fixed. He holds in his two right hands the rosary (lower hand) and a cup filled with three modakas (round yellow sweets), a fourth modaka held by the curving trunk is just about to be tasted. In his two left hands, he holds a lotus above and an axe below, with its handle leaning against his shoulder on the right side.
Basohli miniature, c. 1730. National Museum, New Delhi.[3]
दूसर नाँवVinayaka, Ganapati
संस्कृत ट्रांसलिटरेशनGaṇeśa
संबंधित बाड़ेDeva , Brahman (Ganapatya) , Panchayatana puja
धामMount Kailash (with parents Shiva and Parvati)
मंत्रOṃ Shri Gaṇeśāya Namaḥ
Oṃ Gaṃ Gaṇapataye Namaḥ
हथियारParaśu (axe), pāśa (noose), aṅkuśa (elephant goad)
चीन्हाOM, Modak
ग्रंथGanesha Purana, Mudgala Purana, Ganapati Atharvashirsa
तिहुआरGanesh Chaturthi
Personal information
सहोदरKartikeya (brother)

इनके सवारी मूस मानल जालें आ ई शिव जी के सगरी गण सभ के मुखिया हवें।

संदर्भ संपादन

  1. Heras 1972, p. 58.
  2. Getty 1936, p. 5.
  3. "Ganesha getting ready to throw his lotus. Basohli miniature, circa 1730. National Museum, New Delhi. In the Mudgalapurāṇa (VII, 70), in order to kill the demon of egotism (Mamāsura) who had attacked him, Gaṇeśa Vighnarāja throws his lotus at him. Unable to bear the fragrance of the divine flower, the demon surrenders to Gaṇeśha." For quotation of description of the work, see: Martin-Dubost (1997), p. 73.