#Ganesh es una de mis deidades favoritas, ademas amo los elefantes 🐘! #ganesha es la representacion de aquella energía que destruye los obstaculos y las trabas especialmente en el camino espiritual.
También representa el amor incondicional, En su historia el fue hijo de Parvati, (mujer del Señor #shiva ) pero shiva estaba en la batalla cuando parvati pidio al Dios del Sol (Surya) que le de un hijo para no sentirse sola y allí nacio Ganesh. Una tarde el estaba custodiando la puerta de la casa mientras su madre dormia cuando Shiva volvió de la guerra y le pidió que se quite de la entrada de su casa. Ganesh se negó porque estaba protegiendo a su madre, entonces Shiva sacó su furia y le cortó la cabeza. Parvati salió de la casa al escuchar los Ruidos y vió la cabeza de su hijo en el suelo, comenzó a llorar y le explicó a Shiva lo que habia hecho.
SHIVA muy apenado, pidió que traigan una cabeza, la primera que encuentren y asi fue como le devolvió la vida a Ganesh quien no le importo ahora tener cabeza de elefante y supo amar a su padre apesar de sus errores.
#Ganesha es también el power mantra que abrirá mi disco (que por cierto el disco en si no es de mantras)
Pero que mejor que quitar todos los obstaculos para empezar el camino que propone el disco con su titulo #DeLaCabezaAlCorazón
Muy prontito 🔜💿🎤🎶! .
#एक , दो , तीन , चार,, #GANESH JI KI JAI JAI KAR...🙏
#प ाँच , छे , सात , आठ,, #GANESH JI HUMARE SATH😎
#न ौ , दस , ग्यारा , बारा,, #GANESH JI HAI SABSE PYARA☺
#त ेरा , चौदा , पंद्रा , सोला,, #GANESH JI HAI SABSE BHOLA😊
#च ार , तीन , दो , एक,, #GANESH JI KO MAATHA TEK🙇
☔🌀🐳☔🌀🐳☔🌀🐳 #MAY THIS FESTIVAL BRINGS JOY FOR EVERYONE
☔🌀🐳☔🌀🐳☔🌀🐳 ##MAY LORD GANESHA BLESS YOU🙌
Getting ready for my favorite festival tomorrow Ganesh chaturthi. I made the Ganesha's myself and how do you like his umbrella?? Made one for me and my sis to celebrate this amazing God
Ganesh Chaturthi is a ten-day Hindu festival celebrated to honour the elephant-headed God Ganesha's birthday. He is the younger son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
Ganesha is known by 108 different names and is the Lord of arts and sciences and the deva of wisdom. He is honoured at the start of rituals and ceremonies as he's considered the God of beginnings. He's widely and dearly referred to as Ganapati or Vinayaka.
There are two different versions about Ganesha's birth. One has it that Goddess Parvati created Ganesha out of dirt off her body while having a bath and set him to guard her door while she finishes her bath. Shiva who has gone out, returned at that time, but as Ganesha didn't know of him, stopped him from entering. An angry Shiva severed the head of Ganesha after a combat between the two. Parvati was enraged and Shiva promised Ganesha will live again. The devas who went in search of a head facing north of a dead person could manage only the head of an elephant. Shiva fixed the elephant's head on the child and brought him back to life.
The other legend has it that Ganesha was created by Shiva and Parvati on request of the Devas, to be a vighnakartaa (obstacle-creator) in the path of rakshasas (demonic beings), and a vighnahartaa (obstacle-averter) to help the Devas.
Here are some quick facts about the festival:
The festival begins on Shukla Chaturthi which is the fourth day of the waxing moon period, and ends on the 14th day of the waxing moon period known as Anant Chaturdashi.
🤔Voice identify madbek anthe😂
From d movie #kushi Kushiyagi
#Ganesh as @mandya_hudga_jackie
#Nandini rai as @pavithrakr08
@dubsmashkarnataka @kannadadubsmash @karnataka_dubsmash_family____ @kannada_kalakararu @kannadadubs @kalavidharu @kannadasuperdubs @baarisukannadadimdimava @kannada_kalavidaru_dubs @young_dubsmashers_addaa @kannadadubsmash_official #kannada#kannadamusically#kannadadubsmash#Dubsmash
Ganesh Chaturthi (IAST: Gaṇēśa Chaturthī), also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi (Vināyaka Chaturthī) is the Hindu festival that reveres god Ganesha. A ten-day festival, it starts on the fourth day of Hindu luni-solar calendar month Bhadrapada, which typically falls in Gregorian months of August or September. The festival is marked with installation of Ganesha clay idols privately in homes, or publicly on elaborate pandals (temporary stage). Observations include chanting of Vedic hymns and Hindu texts such as Ganapati Upanishad, prayers and vrata (fasting). Offerings and prasada from the daily prayers, that is distributed from the pandal to the community, include sweets such as modaka believed to be a favorite of the elephant-headed deity. The festival ends on the tenth day after start, wherein the idol is carried in a public procession with music and group chanting, then immersed in nearby water body such as a river or ocean, thereafter the clay idol dissolves and Ganesha is believed to return to Mount Kailasha to Parvati and Shiva.
The festival remembers Ganesha's birthday, and celebrates him as the god of good beginnings, prosperity and obstacle remover. It is observed throughout India, especially as a public event in the western states of India such as Maharashtra, Gujarat and Chhattisgarh, usually as a private home festival in other states such Goa,Karnataka,Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. At public venues, along with the reading of texts and group feasting, athletic and martial arts competitions are held. It is unclear when the festival started, it may have South Indian origins, but historical evidence suggests it became a major social and public event with sponsorship of Shivaji after Muslim-Hindu (Mughal-Maratha) wars, and again in the 19th century after public appeal by Indian freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak, who championed it as a means to circumvent the colonial British government ban on Hindu gatherings through its anti-public assembly legislation in 1892. 🎨: @ramesstudios ✨🕉🐘🙏🏼
Amongst sages Vyssadeva is the most respected author by dint of severe penances. When he wanted to record the great epic Mahābhārata for the welfare of all people in the age of Kali, he was feeling the necessity of a powerful writer who could take up his dictation. By the order of Brahmājī, Śrī Gaṇeśajī took up the charge of noting down the dictation on the condition that Vyāsadeva would not stop dictation for a moment. The Mahābhārata was thus compiled by the joint endeavor of Vyāsa and Gaṇeśa. ----- AC Bhakti Vedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada
Ganesh chillin' on a bed of fresh cedar...today's creative altar help on a day demanding tremendous confidence. Indigenous medicine offers balance and protection with a Hindu god who removes obstacles. How can ya not love that! 🙏🏼💃 #ganesh#ganesha#cedar#indigenousmedicine
This shot of the solar eclipse was taken by a boy with a zoom lens at 10AM on a hot summer day. He was alone in a field near my house and I befriended him. Alexander explained the eclipse in astronomical terms to me while I did some ground yoga beside him and set some strong intentions. In the beginning it was just the two of us but pretty soon we invited other curious strangers and soon we had a posse of new friends. As the moon blocked the sun - ironically - I asked Ganesh to remove some blocks in my own life. The eclipse - like our blocks - was temporary, and after it passed I felt strange and emotionally vulnerable. It was divine Providence I suppose that it fell on my birthday. I feel a shift happening. When thinking of the size of the universe I felt so insignificant. I turned to Alexander, who is about 18, and asked him, "Do you think or life is insignificant, or meaningful?". We both agreed life is meaningful. Sometimes you feel small. But everything we do whether we see it or not shapes the universe. #eclipse#transformation#themeaningoflife#strangers#ganesh#astronomy#yoga
I fell in love with this adorable Ganesha when we were in Koh Samui Thailand but it wasn't for sale - don't you hate when that happens?! 😫 I'm currently working on a few posts about everywhere we traveled to on our honeymoon to south east Asia, so I'm reminiscing over all of my photos! Who else has been to Koh Samui?! #kohsamui#thailand#jungleclub#ganesha
Bellas pulseras en Cristales y Piedra, Amatista, Crisocola, Onix, Cuarzo...
#Mano de Fátima
#OM#Ganesh#Arbol de la Vida
Y muchas mas,
Te invitamos a verlas en OM Shanti!!, av Italia 1439,modulo 3., Providencia.
Hecho a mano con amor....
Ganesh the god of good, beginnings, prosperity and obstacle remover.
Ganesh's big belly represents generosity and total acceptance.
Ganesh's upright hand depicts protection: "Fear not, I am with you." Ganesh also has a single tusk which signifies one-pointedness.
Ganesh carries in his hands 'Ankusa' (signifying awakening) and the 'Paasa' (signifying control). With awakening, much energy is released.
Look for Ganesh in Lighthouse Yoga and feel the presence embrace you 💓
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We are thrilled to announce that we are not only returning with having 2 #ZeeAmericas#GaneshUtsav celebrations this year, but that #Bollywood superstar, @rampal72 will be present to meet all of his fans! Be sure to come to the @zeeamericas #Ganesh Utsav celebrations in either Jersey City or Woodbridge, NJ to meet #ArjunRampal !