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About Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha is one of the most revered, loved, and worshipped Hindu Deity, He is the God of auspicious begennings, also the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Ganesha means Lord of Ganas, the follower of Lord Shiva. Lord Ganesha is the most auspicious one, He is the one who is invoked first and foremost before any Puja, religious/holy ceremony. Almost every Hindu household/work or business premesis has at least one Lord Ganesha idol/image installed, the said is the norm not only in India but for Hindus all over the world.

Some popular names of Lord Ganesha are Vinayaka, Vighnaharta meaning the one who removes all obstacles. Siddhivinayaka means the one who brings success. Also, He is popularly recognised as the Elephant-headed God by westerners. Lord Ganesha wrote the epic Mahabharata by using one of his tusks as a pen, and so His images are depicted with one broken tusk, which gives Him the name Ekadanta.

The attributes of Lord Vinayaka are endless. Benevolent Lord Ganesha bestows wisdom, intelligence, prosperity, good fortune, name, fame, success, growth and abundance. Lord Ganesha is the God of auspicious new beginnings, thus it is mandatory to worship Him before the beginning of any new venture, business, work or endevour.

Lord Ganesha's expansive self is not possible, to sum up in a few words. Whenever invoked, He guides, protect and bestow blessings on His devotees. Every feature of Lord Ganesha's has a special meaning like His small Eyes indicates focus, the Modak in His hand not only signifies His fondness for the sweet but also symbolizes the rewards the Lord gifts to His devotees. His big ears symbolize that He listens to His devotees’ prayers.

Lord Shiva had declared that His son Lord Ganesha would be the first Deity to be worshipped before any sacred or auspicious Puja or occasion. Ganesh Chaturthi, known as the day of origin of Lord Ganesha, is celebrated widely in India, especially in the state of Maharashtra.

Books on Lord Ganesha

Rudra Centre brings various books on Lord Ganesha for His devotees. The Ganesha book collection includes various sacred books such as the Shree Ganesha Chaaleesha, Sri Ganesha Strotrani, books on Ganesha the God who removes obstacles, ways to worship Lord Ganesha and other various books which give us an insight into the different aspects of Lord Ganesha.

List of Books on Lord Ganesha With Us

1) Shree Ganesha Chaaleesha - Contains Stutis, Stotrams, Aartis of Lord Ganesha. The Ganesha Chaaleesha, when chanted with devotion brings many benefits to the devotee and clears all obstacles from the path.
2) Sri Ganesh Strotrani - This is a pocket-sized book with hymns, Stotras and Aarti dedicated to Lord Ganesha. This can be easily carried in your wallet or bag so that one can recite/chant the Lord Ganesha Strotrams wherever they travel.
3) A thousand names of Ganesha: 1000 names or Sahasranama of Shree Ganesha are enlisted in this book. The names associated with his infinite attributes are in Sanskrit with the English text and elaborate meaning of the names.
4) Shri Ganesh Upasana - Ritualistic worship methods or Puja Vidhi, Mantras, and shlokas of Lord Ganesha.
5) Ganesa - An interesting book about the various benevolent aspects of Lord Ganesha, his origin or birth with many theories of same, his relationship with other Gods and more.
6) Ganesh - Removing the Obstacles:- The book brings to its pages folk narratives along with holy texts, which is about Lord Ganesha, who is revered for His attribute of removing obstacles from the path of His devotees through meaningful expressions.
7) 99 Thoughts on Ganesha:- A lovely book by Devdutt Pattanayak, with 99 meditations of Lord Ganesha, which are associated with stories, symbols of the divine Ganesha.
8) Ganesha Journal - A beautiful creatively made hardbound book with images of Lord Ganesha's various moods, avatars, and depiction of his 32 forms. The book gives a new perspective to the devotees about Vinayakjee.