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= Jai Ganesha =

I woke up early in the morning today... Got ready and this is Ganesh Chaturthi today and i had to go the the temple. Went there and did archana in the Siddhivinayak Manidir... asked the lord Ganesha to take care of all and felt happy to be one of his beloved fellow. There was one guy who was shooting a video there in the temple and asked me to be in front of teh camera and to explain the importance of the Festival. Reluctantly I spoke to the camera for a while and it was a good experience. About Ganesha and his Maya I am not the right one to explain and for me he himself can explain the same. I am just a dumb fellow to worship him and pray his blessings shouting "jai Ganesha". Here I have put a list of Names of my beloved Lord Ganesha explaining the meaning of the Names.

jai Ganesha

Name Meaning
1. Akhurath One who has Mouse as His Charioteer
2. Alampata Ever Eternal Lord
3. Amit Incomparable Lord
4. Anantachidrupamayam Infinite and Consciousness Personified
5. Avaneesh Lord of the whole World
6. Avighna Remover of Obstacles
7. Balaganapati Beloved and Lovable Child
8. Bhalchandra Moon-Crested Lord
9. Bheema Huge and Gigantic
10. Bhupati Lord of the Gods
11. Bhuvanpati God of the Gods
12. Buddhinath God of Wisdom
13. Buddhipriya Knowledge Bestower
14. Buddhividhata God of Knowledge
15. Chaturbhuj One who has Four Arms
16. Devadeva Lord of All Lords
17. Devantakanashakarin Destroyer of Evils and Asuras
18. Devavrata One who accepts all Penances
19. Devendrashika Protector of All Gods
20. Dharmik One who gives Charity
21. Dhoomravarna Smoke-Hued Lord
22. Durja Invincible Lord
23. Dvaimatura One who has two Mothers
24. Ekaakshara He of the Single Syllable
25. Ekadanta Single-Tusked Lord
26. Ekadrishta Single-Tusked Lord
27. Eshanputra Lord Shiva's Son
28. Gadadhara One who has The Mace as His Weapon
29. Gajakarna One who has Eyes like an Elephant
30. Gajanana Elephant-Faced Lord
31. Gajananeti Elephant-Faced Lord
32. Gajavakra Trunk of The Elephant
33. Gajavaktra One who has Mouth like an Elephant
34. Ganadhakshya Lord of All Ganas
35. Ganadhyakshina Leader of All The Celestial Bodies
36. Ganapati Lord of All Ganas
37. Gaurisuta The Son of Gauri (Parvati)
38. Gunina One who is The Master of All Virtues
39. Haridra One who is Golden Colored
40. Heramba Mother's Beloved Son
41. Kapila Yellowish-Brown Colored
42. Kaveesha Master of Poets
43. Kriti Lord of Music
44. Kripalu Merciful Lord
45. Krishapingaksha Yellowish-Brown Eyed
46. Kshamakaram Place of Forgiveness
47. Kshipra One who is easy to Appease
48. Lambakarna Large-Eared Lord
49. Lambodara The Huge Bellied Lord
50. Mahabala Enormously Strong Lord
51. Mahaganapati Omnipotent and Supreme Lord
52. Maheshwaram Lord of The Universe
53. Mangalamurti All Auspicious Lord
54. Manomay Winner of Hearts
55. Mrityuanjaya Conqueror of Death
56. Mundakarama Abode of Happiness
57. Muktidaya Bestower of Eternal Bliss
58. Musikvahana One who has Mouse as Charioteer
59. Nadapratithishta One who Appreciates and Loves Music
60. Namasthetu Vanquisher of All Evils and Vices and Sins
61. Nandana Lord Shiva's Son
62. Nideeshwaram Giver of Wealth and Treasures
63. Omkara One who has the Form of OM
64. Pitambara One who has Yellow-Colored Body
65. Pramoda Lord of All Abodes
66. Prathameshwara First Among All
67. Purush The Omnipotent Personality
68. Rakta One who has Red-Colored Body
69. Rudrapriya Beloved of Lord Shiva
70. Sarvadevatman Acceptor of All Celestial offerings
71. Sarvasiddhanta Bestower of Skills and Wisdom
72. Sarvatman Protector of The Universe
73. Hambhavi The Son of Parvati
74. Shashivarnam One who has a Moon like Complexion
75. Shoorpakarna Large-Eared Lord
76. Shuban All Auspicious Lord
77. Shubhagunakanan One who is The Master of All Virtues
78. Shweta One who is as Pure as the White Color
79. Siddhidhata Bestower of Success and Accomplishments
80. Siddhipriya Bestower of Wishes and Boons
81. Siddhivinayaka Bestower of Success
82. Skandapurvaja Elder Brother of Skanda (Lord Kartikeya)
83. Sumukha Auspicious Face
84. Sureshwaram Lord of All Lords
85. Swaroop Lover of Beauty
86. Tarun Ageless
87. Uddanda Nemesis of Evils and Vices
88. Umaputra The Son of Goddess Uma (Parvati)
89. Vakratunda Curved Trunk Lord
90. Varaganapati Bestower of Boons
91. Varaprada Granter of Wishes and Boons
92. Varadavinayaka Bestower of Success
93. Veeraganapati Heroic Lord
94. Vidyavaridhi God of Wisdom
95. Vighnahara Remover of Obstacles
96. Vignaharta Demolisher of Obstacles
97. Vighnaraja Lord of All Hindrances
98. Vighnarajendra Lord of All Obstacles
99. Vighnavinashanaya Destroyer of All Obstacles and Impediments
100. Vigneshwara Lord of All Obstacles
101. Vikat Huge and Gigantic
102. Vinayaka Lord of All
103. Vishwamukha Master of The Universe
104. Vishwaraja King of the World
105. Yagnakaya Acceptor of All Sacred and Sacrificial Offerings
106. Yashaskaram Bestower of Fame and Fortune
107. Yashvasin Beloved and Ever Popular Lord
108. Yogadhipa The Lord of Meditation


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