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Lord Ganesh

Lord Ganesha is known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and Binayak. He is the son of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva. has the blessing that is worshipped should be performed all Gods. Lord Ganesha is a Hindu god who is a most loved of all children as they love him for his unique elephant head. The name of Ganesha is gotten from two different Sanskrit words: "isha", which means Lord and "Gana" which meaning group. Hence, Ganesha is considered as the God of masses. Ganesha is the elephant-headed God. he is the god of energy and intelligence. Ganesha's birth to the world identifies with an occurrence in which Shiva killed Aditya, the child of a sage Kashyapa. Shiva reestablished life to the dead kid by replacing Aditya's head to Indra's elephant, but this couldn't placate the insulted sage Kashyapa. Kashyap reviled Shiva and pronounced that Shiva's child would lose his head and undergo the same fate as his own son. The most punctual Ganesha pictures are without a vahana Of the eight incarnations of Ganesha depicted in the Mudgala Purana, Ganesha utilizes a mouse in five of them, a lion in his incarnation as Vakratunda, a peacock in his incarnation as Vikata, and Shesha, the awesome serpent, in his incarnation as Vighnaraja. Mohotkata uses a lion, Mayuresvara uses a peacock, Dhumraketu uses a stallion and Gajanana uses a mouse, in the four incarnations of Ganesha recorded in the Ganesha Purana.