Ganesha also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and Pillaiyar, is one of the deities best-known and most widely worshipped in the Hindu pantheon. Ganesh is the first god for getting puja in all yagas and festivals. He is the remover of obstacles and bestower of prosparity among his devotees. Watch & perform Ganesha Puja with our pray-along-videos. Perform aartis, read about food restriction, importance/significance of Ganesha Puja.
- Let’s first collect all puja items.
- Then we will do the puja preparation.
- Next we will perform the main Ganesha Puja.
- We will conclude with the aarti.
Let’s Collect Ganesha Puja Items & Learn Their Significance
- Moli (red thread)
- Roli (red powder)
- Incense sticks
- Sweets, Fruits
- Curd (Yogurt)
- Clarified butter (Ghee)
- Dry fruits
- Yagyopavit (sacred thread)
Follow The Video To Prepare For The Ganesha Puja.
Before doing Ganesha Puja, we do the puja preparation or commonly called as panch peeth puja.
Lets follow the video through this step. Only after performing this step we proceed towards the main Ganesha Puja.
Let’s Perform The Main Ganesha Puja
After performing the panch peeth puja, we start the main puja.
Follow along the instructions and mantras to perform the main Ganesha Puja.
We Will Conclude Ganesha Puja With The Aarti.
Puja is considered incomplete without the aarti.
Let us now do the Ganesha Puja to successfully conclude the puja.
Puja is considered complete after we offer dakshina
Mantras, Regional Information, Food Restrictions For Ganesha Puja.
“Vakratunndd mahaakaay Suryakottisamaprabhaa
Nirvighnam kuru me dev sarvakaaryesshu sarvadaa”
(O Lord Ganesha of large body, curved trunk, with the brilliance of a million suns, please make all my work free of obstacles always)
Ganesha also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and Pillaiyar, is one of the deities best-known and most widely worshipped in the Hindu pantheon. His image is found throughout India and Nepal. Hindu sects worship him regardless of affiliations.
Ganesh is the first god for getting puja in all yagas and festivals. In Hindu temples, Ganesha is depicted in various ways, treated as the highest god of the Hindu pantheon. As the god of transitions, he is placed at the doorway of many Hindu temples to keep out the unworthy, which is analogous to his role as Parvati’s doorkeeper.
In addition, several shrines are dedicated to Ganesha himself, of which the Ashtavinayak in Maharashtra are particularly well known. Located within a 100-kilometer radius of the city of Pune, each of these eight shrines celebrates a particular form of Ganapati, complete with its own lore and legend; together they “form a mandala, demarking the sacred cosmos of Ganesha”. The eight shrines are: Morgaon, Siddhatek, Pali, Mahad, Theur, Lenyadri, Ozar and Ranjangaon.
Although he is known by many other attributes, Ganesha’s elephant head makes him particularly easy to identify. Ganesha is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles and more generally as Lord of Beginnings and Lord of removing Obstacles, Vighneshvara, patron of arts and sciences, and the deva of intellect and wisdom. He is honored at the beginning of rituals and ceremonies and invoked as Patron of Letters during writing sessions.
The principal scriptures dedicated to Ganesha are the Ganesha Purana, the Mudgala Purana, and the Ganapati Atharvashirsa.
Ten names of lord Ganesha- GATAPI, GAURI SUMAN, AGHNASHIK, EKDANT, EESH PUTRA, SARVASIDHIPRAD, VINAYAK,KUMAR GURU, IBHAVKARAI and MOOSHAK VAHAN SANT.