Ganesh Chaturthi festival

Ganesh Chaturthi Festival Celebration in India

Date : 13-Sep-2018 Time : 10:52:40am

The Ganesh Chaturthi Festival who is the god of wisdom. It is celebrated in the whole world especially in India, the birth of Lord Ganesha. Ganesh Chaturthi is an important Hindu festival. While the Ganesh Chaturthi will begin in our village or town.

First, we share some short history and its significance. Ganesh Chaturthi festival is celebrated especially all Hindu families and all followers. This a festival starts to the honors the Lord Ganesha Ganpati and usually falls in August or September.
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Importance of Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration

Ganesh Chaturthi celebration is a 10-day Hindu festival taking place in India and celebrate around the world this week. This Ganesh Chaturthi celebration is also known as Vinayak Chaturthi. It honors the arrival on earth of Lord Ganesha. The elephant-headed God said to bring wisdom and remove all the Obstacles from the path of the lives of true believers.

The image of Lord Ganesha with a human body and an elephant’s head is very interesting to watch. It is said that once Load Shiva not knowing the Ganesha was his son, killed him out of anger and ignorance and when Parwati insisted that the boy should be given life immediately. Load Shiva fixed an elephant’s head on a Ganesha shoulder. From that they Ganesha is worshipped as a God of Learning knowledge and Vidhya Fighting against Avidhya and ignorance.

 

In this way, Ganesha has a great mythological significance and considered as ‘Buddhi Pradaayaka’ and ‘Vigana Harta’ his worship once in the year is also a great significance.

People bring and Idea of Ganesha to home very happy and perform puja for ten days with the full devotion and faith. They perform Ganpati Visarjan the end of puja on the 11th day means on Anant Chaturdashi to see of the Ganesha this year and come again next year.
Load Vinayaka is the preserve of all good things & remove all the obstructions in our life.

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all our followers and readers!