Ganesha is a God of Good Luck in Hindu With 10 Poweful Mantra

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Ganesha is a God of Good Luck in Hindu With 10 Poweful Mantra

Ganesh is regarded as the benevolent and beneficiary god of good luck. He is the embodiment of wisdom. He is a wise, generous and kind god. He is the favourite son of Lord Shiva. He is supposed to remove all obstacles. So, he is invoked at the beginning of all important enterprises. He is a voracious eater. He is fond of laddus (special kind of round sweets). The rat is his vehicle. In one hand he holds a conch, in another a discus, in the third a club, and in the fourth a water lily. He is depicted as a short, pot-bellied god with four hands and a one-tusked elephant head.


The birthday of the elephant-headed god is celebrated on the fourth bright lunar day of Bhadra (August-September). This is called Ganesh Chaturthi in Hindi and Chauth Chand in the local language of the Terai. It is celebrated with great gaiety and fervour. He is worshipped on this auspicious day to remove all obstacles. He enjoys such a prestigious position in the hierarchy of gods that his name must be invoked first before any deity is worshipped.

God of Good Luck Ganesha


There is a legend which explains that Parvati once ordered the boy to guard her bathroom as she was taking a bath inside. A visitor named Jalandhar came to see her because he was told that she was more beautiful than Brinda, his wife. He wanted to confirm it but the boy refused his entry inside. Jalandhar lied the boy that he was Parvati’s husband.

The boy informed her of his arrival. Then she appeared with a jug of water to wash her husband’s feet. No sooner had he seen her, he fainted from the glory of her beauty. Lord Shiva came to know this and rushed for his wife’s rescue. The boy did not allow him to enter. Shiva became furious and chopped off his head. When Parvati saw this, she became angry. Shiva consoled her and promised to restore the boy’s life.

Shiva sent a messenger to bring him the head of the first living being that he would come across. The messenger brought back the head of a white elephant. Then Shiva fixed the elephant’s head onto the body of the dead boy. Thus, Ganesh became elephant-headed deity since then.

There is an age-old tradition in Nepal, particularly in the Terai area that no one should see the moon empty handed on the Ganesh Chauth-night. Ganesh Chauth, the fourth clay of the lunar fortnight in September, is celebrated with great pomp and show throughout the Terai to commemorate the legendary birthday of Ganesh. It is celebrated in every school and college because he is regarded as the god of learning and wisdom.

Women celebrate this festival after fasting the whole day. They worship him with utmost reverence and regard and take nothing before the rising of the moon. They regard the moon as the symbol of beauty. The face of a beautiful woman is generally compared with the moon. It has been a long literary tradition in all societies.

So the moon becomes the centre of attraction for women. They worship the moon with fruits and sweets. Dishes of khir (pudding) and puri as well as different fruits and sweets are served. They also feed their friends, relatives and neighbours. They forget all sorts of malice and jealousy. More than a family festival Ganesh Chauth is a social festival which strengthens communal feeling.

Although man has stepped on the surface of the moon, it is still worshipped as a god. It would not be exaggeration to say that man still has an undying faith in age-old fairs and festivals.

This religious faith still has a profound significance in the life of the people even in this scientific age. The moon is also the symbol of eternal beauty and chastity. It is also considered very soothing and tool. Everybody loves the moonlit night. Lovers are specially fond of moon light. It is a suitable occasion for dating and dancing for them. I hey also get inspiration, solace and peace from it. It is supposed to arouse romantic feelings in young boys and girls. Meanwhile, the moon gives pains to the forlorn fair ladies whose husbands are far from their houses. So, they do not like the otherwise romantically appreciated moon.

Ganesh is worshipped with utmost regards by all Hindus of the world. There are various forms of Ganesh like Mahaganesh, Balaganesh, Heramba Ganesh, Veera Ganesh, Vallabai Ganesh, Sampathya Ganesh and Lakshmi Ganesh. Ganesh is offered flowers, fruits, sweets and incense in the Terai whereas he is offered eggs in the Kathmandu valley. The temple dedicated to Ganesh in Nepal Terai is called Vinayak. There are many temples of Vinayak in Kathmandu Valley such as Surya Vinayak, Jal Vinayak, Kamal Vinayak, etc. Surya Vinayak is very famous. It is situated on a hillside which is a good picnic spot too.

It is very remarkable here to note that Ganesh in Kathmandu Valley is non-vegetarian whereas Ganesh in the Nepal Terai is pure vegetarian.

Ganesh is popularly and widely known as Vignaharta who removes all the ill omens and obstacles. The legend says that it was Ganesh who wrote out the Mahabharata, dictated by the sage Vyasa. That is why writers worship him as the Elephant-headed god greatest author. He is evoked by the Hindu at the beginning of every enterprise.

Ganesh is both the fierce god of nature and the gentle god of culture. Ganesh presides over the process of cultural evolution, integral to which is the awareness that our fate is in dissoluble lined to that of all other beings; we must realize that, in destroying the forest and enslaving their people, we only poison and enfeeble ourselves (Rangit Hoskot, 1997).

Ganesh is the presiding deity of every Hindu religious rite and ritual. The rat is his vehicle which bears a great significance. It is an earthly animal; its head and body almost touch the earth. It symbolizes the primitive intelligence. The elephant, on the other hand, is regarded as symbol of strength and wisdom. Human beings also exhibit certain characteristics of the rat and those of the elephant. We all inherit and imitate some characteristics of the rat such as restlessness, movements, etc.

Like the rat, we all are guided by our impulses. An elephant, on the other hand, is normally calm and cool, majestic and powerful. In spite of dormant faculties struggling for expression in man, he often prefers to remain in the low consciousness of the rat as an impulsive nervous fearful being. But he has the capacity of growing up in power and wisdom of the higher animal, i.e. the elephant.

Ganesh is also the symbol of the middle path . One of his legs is placed on the earth and the other leg is lifted and placed on the other thigh. This suggests and symbolises that the middle path is the most suitable for further evolution for the majority of mankind. Similarly, it also suggests that man should be able to accept pleasure and pain equally.

Ganesh is the symbol of the deity of obstacle remover. His true devotees, therefore, worship him first to please him. If he is pleased, all the obstacles and difficulties are removed in no time.

In a Nepalese leaf-book of the 5th century, there is a miniature of Ganesh as described above. The priest, after meditating on this image, should recite the Ganapati-hridaya mantra which begins with “Nomao Bhagvate Aryaganapati” The mantra is believed to be powerful when it is recited by the priest or worn as an amulet.

Ganesh causes and removes all sorts of obstacles. He withdraws obstacles or bestows success. He fulfills all desires.

Writer: Dr. Ram Dayal Rakesh

Powerful Ganesh mantra for removing obstacles

Master Ganesha is the child of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and the indistinct Divinity – exemplified in a wonderful shape, for the advantage of the fan. He is God of information and the remover of obstacles. Lord Ganesha somehow additionally symbolizes insight in the body. As indicated by Hindu dharma, he speaks to Mahat, the most elevated type of Prakriti during the time spent creation. In the cutting edge speech, knowledge speaks to the higher personality and is urgent for thinking and discernment. He is additionally prevalently known as Ganapati. Gan implies gathering.

  1. Vakratunda Ganesh Mantra

A standout amongst the most vital and furthermore a standout amongst the most widely recognized Ganpati Mantras, this is the Ganesh mantra for riches and is devoted to Lord Ganesha, Goddess Riddhi (Hindu Goddess of Prosperity) and Goddess Siddhi (Hindu Goddess of profound edification).

वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सूर्यकोटि समप्रभ ।

निर्विघ्नं कुरु मे देव सर्वकार्येषु सर्वदा ॥

Vakratunda Maha-Kaaya Surya-Kotti Samaprabha

Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryeshu Sarvadaa ||

Signifying: “Gracious god with bended trunk, the extensive body whose quality resembles a light of numerous suns, please makes my whole work snag free, until the end of time.”

Advantage: Chanting of this Ganesh mantra will help evacuate each deterrent somewhere in the range of one and one’s prosperity and accomplishes riches, shrewdness, good fortunes, flourishing and achievement in every one of the undertakings.

  1. Ganesh Gayatri Mantra

Aum Ekadantaya Viddhamahe, Vakratundaya Dhimahi,

Tanno Danti Prachodayat॥

Signifying: “We appeal to the one with the single-tusked elephant tooth who is ubiquitous. We think upon and petition God for the more prominent acumen of the Lord with the bended, elephant-molded trunk. We bow before the one with the to light up our brains with intelligence.”

Ekadanta alluding to one tusk in the elephant confront implies that God broke the duality and influenced us to have an entire one-pointed personality.

Advantage: This Ganesh Mantra empowers humility, nobility and top of the line shrewdness in the individuals who serenade it.

  1. Basic Ganpati Mantra

ॐ गम गणपतये नमः

Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha

Which means: It implies bowing down to Ganapati with all our reality and tolerating all his incredible characteristics in our self-being.

Advantage: It avoids every one of the negativities from one’s life before starting any work. Droning of this mantra guarantees achievement in all the new pursuits that one wishes to embrace.

  1. Om Gajkarnakaya Namah

ॐ गजकर्णकाय नमः।

Which means: Gaj implies Elephant and Karnikay mean ears. With the elephant’s head and elephant ears, Ganesh was not able tune in to everything from all sources.

Advantage: This Mantra enables us to be much the same as him, and hear and acknowledge just that which is great. Droning the mantra shields us from outer pessimism and encourages us beat the pressure caused by it.

  1. Om Vikataya Namah

ॐ विकटाय नमः।

This means: Here ‘Vikat’ signifies ‘troublesome’.

Advantage: The world is loaded with troublesome circumstances, and regularly one may end up dispirited and unfit to center. This Mantra advises him that his definitive objective is salvation, and regardless of what happens, he ought not to dismiss it. This Ganpati Mantra will keep his eyes on this long haul objective and persuade him towards salvation.

  1. Om Vinayakaya Namah

ॐ विनायकाय नमः।

Signifying: ‘Vinayaka’ is the name of Ganesha in the brilliant age. Vinayaka signifies ‘something under control’ and furthermore signifies ‘the Lord of settling issues’.

Advantage: So by understanding this mantra, one’s life will have a brilliant age.

  1. Siddhi Vinayak Mantra

Which means: The word ‘Siddhi Vinayak’ signifies ‘the God of Achievement and Enlightenment’. The Mantra in English, hence, implies – “O Lord of Wisdom and Happiness, just you make each undertaking and everything conceivable; You are the remover all things considered and you have charmed each being in the Universe, you are the Lord all things considered and all men, so be it.”

Advantage: This Sanskrit Ganesha mantra is discussed 108 times in the best possible approach to accomplish peace, flourishing, and Siddhi (Achievement) of otherworldly edification, material satisfaction, and solid social impact.

  1. The Shaktivinayak Mantra

Om Hreeng Greeng Hreeng

Which means: In Nepali, Shakti implies power and Vinayak signify ‘the Supreme ace’.

Advantage: The Shaktivinayak Ganesh mantra is incanted for monetary achievement and thriving. It is a ground-breaking mantra for good wellbeing and good fortunes. This mantra is commonly prescribed to be rehashed 108 times in the correct way.

Advantages of Chanting Ganesh Mantra

  1. Goddess Lakshmi is Ganesha’s progression mother; with her he concedes thriving, plenitude, wealth, bliss, cash, riches, good fortunes and every single material achievement.
  2. With Goddess Saraswati, Ganesha stipends grant, instructive achievement, insight, sharp personality, information, center, personality forces, and otherworldliness.
  3. In Hinduism Lord Ganesha is worshiped toward the start of each propitious event. Droning of Ganesh Mantra is viewed as extremely favorable and divine.
  4. Chanting Ganesh Mantra evacuates every single adversary of the aficionado’s life and he/she gets center and clearness. Droning of his mantras likewise expels fears and fear.
  5. Chanting Ganesh Mantra gives compensates for one’s endeavors as well as quickens one’s advance and improves as a man throughout everyday life.
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Jitendra Sahayogee

I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a Writer of 12 Nepali Books, Director of Maithili films, Founder of Radio Stations, Designer of Websites and Editor of Some Nepali Blogs.

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