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Ganesh Aarti, also known as Lord Ganesha, is one of the most beloved and revered deities in Hinduism. He is easily recognizable by his elephant-headed appearance, a unique characteristic that sets him apart from other gods.

The story of Ganesh’s birth and significance is a popular legend in Hindu mythology. According to the ancient scriptures, Lord Shiva, the god of destruction, and his consort Parvati, the goddess of power and devotion, were the divine parents of Ganesh.

One day, as Parvati was preparing to take a bath, she decided to create a guardian to protect her privacy. She molded some clay from her body and breathed life into it, forming the figure of a young boy. She named him Ganesh and instructed him to stand guard at the entrance while she bathed.

As Parvati bathed, Lord Shiva returned home from his meditative wanderings. He was unaware of the newly created guardian and attempted to enter the chamber. Ganesh, loyal to his mother’s orders, blocked Shiva’s path, refusing him entry. This infuriated Shiva, who did not recognize Ganesh as his own son.

A fierce battle ensued between Shiva and Ganesh, with Shiva’s divine powers overwhelming the young guardian. In a fit of anger, Shiva severed Ganesh’s head with his trident, killing him instantly. Parvati, returning from her bath and witnessing the tragic scene, was overcome with grief and anger. She demanded that Shiva bring their son back to life.

Realizing the gravity of the situation and regretful for his actions, Shiva promised to resurrect Ganesh. He instructed his followers, the ganas, to bring the head of the first living being they encountered. The ganas found an elephant and brought its head to Shiva. With his divine powers, Shiva attached the elephant’s head to Ganesh’s lifeless body, bringing him back to life.

Ganesh was reborn with the head of an elephant, a symbol of wisdom, intelligence, and strength. Shiva, recognizing Ganesh as his own son, embraced him with love and declared him to be the Lord of Beginnings and the Remover of Obstacles.

From that day on, Lord Ganesh became a widely worshiped deity in Hinduism. He is invoked at the start of any new endeavor or important task to remove obstacles and ensure success. Ganesh is often depicted with four arms, each holding symbolic objects such as a lotus, an axe, a noose, and a modak (a sweet treat). He rides on a mouse, symbolizing his ability to control even the smallest of creatures.

Ganesh’s story teaches us valuable lessons about devotion, loyalty, and the power of a mother’s love. His presence in Hindu rituals and ceremonies symbolizes the belief that with his blessings, any endeavor can overcome obstacles and achieve success. Ganesh Aarti continues to be a source of inspiration and a symbol of hope for millions of people around the world.

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Ganesh Aarti PDF

जय गणेश, जय गणेश,जय गणेश देवा।

माता जाकी पार्वती,पिता महादेवा॥ x2

एकदन्त दयावन्त,चार भुजाधारी।

माथे पर तिलक सोहे,मूसे की सवारी॥ x2

(माथे पर सिन्दूर सोहे,मूसे की सवारी॥)

पान चढ़े फूल चढ़े,और चढ़े मेवा।

(हार चढ़े, फूल चढ़े,और चढ़े मेवा।)

लड्डुअन का भोग लगे,सन्त करें सेवा॥ x2

जय गणेश, जय गणेश,जय गणेश देवा।

माता जाकी पार्वती,पिता महादेवा॥ x2

अँधे को आँख देत,कोढ़िन को काया।

बाँझन को पुत्र देत,निर्धन को माया॥ x2

‘सूर’ श्याम शरण आए,सफल कीजे सेवा।

माता जाकी पार्वती,पिता महादेवा॥ x2

(दीनन की लाज राखो,शम्भु सुतवारी।

कामना को पूर्ण करो,जग बलिहारी॥ x2

जय गणेश, जय गणेश,जय गणेश देवा।

माता जाकी पार्वती,पिता महादेवा॥ x2

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सुखकर्ता दुखहर्ता, वार्ता विघ्नांची|
नुरवी; पुरवी प्रेम, कृपा जयाची |
सर्वांगी सुंदर, उटी शेंदुराची|
कंठी झळके माळ, मुक्ताफळांची॥१॥

जय देव, जय देव जय मंगलमूर्ती|
दर्शनमात्रे मन कामना पुरती ॥धृ॥

रत्नखचित फरा, तुज गौरीकुमरा|
चंदनाची उटी , कुमकुम केशरा|
हिरेजडित मुकुट, शोभतो बरा |
रुणझुणती नूपुरे, चरणी घागरिया|
जय देव जय देव जय मंगलमूर्ती ॥२॥

लंबोदर पीतांबर, फणिवरबंधना |
सरळ सोंड, वक्रतुंड त्रिनयना|
दास रामाचा, वाट पाहे सदना|
संकटी पावावे, निर्वाणी रक्षावे, सुरवरवंदना|
जय देव जय देव, जय मंगलमूर्ती|
दर्शनमात्रे मनकामना पुरती ॥३॥

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