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Shri Siddhivinayak puja


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Lord (bhagawan) Ganesha is the elephant headed son of Lord (bhagawan) Shiva and Mata Parvati...
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About Shri Siddhivinayak.

Lord (bhagawan) Ganesha is the elephant headed son of Lord (bhagawan) Shiva and Mata Parvati. Siddhi Vinayak that means Lord (bhagawan) Ganesha who fulfills all real wishes. Across the statue of Lord (bhagawan) Ganesha, there's a small mandap (corridor) whereby individuals worship and attend the peaceful aarti (a ritual whereby flowers, lamp (diya), grass are provided accompanied by a classical non secular music of Ganesha). Throughout the mandir , there's a shrine devoted to Lord (bhagawan) Hanuman (devotee of Lord (bhagawan) Ram and Bhagawan of celibacy). There are statues of cows seated in route of the east of the Lord’s Ganesha idol. A preferred perception is that if a devotee whispers their want in one of many ears of one in all these cows whereas closing the opposite ear that want will certainly be granted. The mandir not solely attracts Hindus who think about Lord (bhagawan) Ganesha, but in addition evokes folks of all races and occupations. Bollywood movie stars, politicians, enterprise magnates, in addition to strange folks will seemingly be current on the divine aarti early on a Tuesday morning. Tuesday is the day of Lord (bhagawan) Ganesha.

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