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Ganesh Bhagwan Aarti APK

  • Author:

    MaxximoTech

  • Latest Version:

    1.0

  • Publish Date:

    2017-02-28

The description of Ganesh Bhagwan Aarti

Features of this App:
* Very easy interafce
* HD Audio
* Hindi and English Lyrics
* Play, Pause, Stop and Seek Bar for easy navigation
* No unwanted Pop-ups and NO ADS.
* Automatic stop and continue music during Phone Calls
* Compact ( Small) Size

Ganesh is the God of knowledge and the remover of obstacles is the Lord of Good Fortune who provides prosperity, fortune and success. He is also the younger son of Lord Shiva and Godess Parvati. Lord Ganesha is also called Vinayak ( the god of knowledge ) or Vighneshwer (god who remove obstacles). He is worshipped, or at least remembered, in the beginning of any auspicious worshipping performance for blessings and auspiciousness. It has been a rule to worship Lord Ganesha in the first place than any other gods.

He has four hands, elephant's head and a big belly. His vehicle is a tiny mouse. In his hands he carries a rope (to carry devotees to the truth), an axe (to cut devotees' attachments), and a sweet dessert ball -laddoo- (to reward devotees for spiritual activity). His fourth hand's palm is always extended to bless people. A unique combination of his elephant-like head and a quick moving tiny mouse vehicle represents tremendous wisdom, intellegence, and presence of mind.

How Ganesh came to have the head of an elephant is explained in various stories. One account of his birth is that Parvati formed him from the rubbings of her body so that he might stand guard at the door while she bathed. When Shiva approached, unaware this was his son, he was enraged at being kept away from his wife and proceeded to lop off the head of Ganesh.

Parvati was understandably upset and so to soothe her, Shiva sent out his warriors to fetch the head of the first dead creature they found, which happened to be that of an elephant. The head was attached to the body of the boy and he was brought back to life. The elephant's head symbolizes unmatched wisdom and the gaining of knowledge through reflection and listening. And because of his role as his mother's doorkeeper, he is often placed facing doorways to keep out the unworthy.

Ganesha married not one but two daughters of Prajapati: Buddhi (Wisdom) and Siddhi (Success), with whom he had two sons: Kshema and Laabha.
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