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Wednesday is devoted to the Lord Ganesha. The day is considered essential for everyone since Lord Ganesha eliminates any sorrow and fulfils the desires of the devotees. On Wednesday, Lord Ganesha’s rite of worship is considered a sign of good luck.
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Wednesday, dedicated to Lord Ganesha
Lord Ganesha (also called Ganesa and Ganapati) is among the most revered gods of Hindu mythology. He is also revered in Jainism as well as Buddhism. For the Ganapatya Hinduism, Ganesha is the most important god. Ganesha is well-known for the elephant’s head and human form, symbolising spirituality representing the soul (atman) and physical (maya). Ganesha can also patronise students, writers, and travellers, as well as commerce and new initiatives (for which he eliminates obstacles in one’s way) and is fond of sweets.
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Make Wednesday your best day, each and every week! Lord Ganesha’s Birth History
Ganesha is the child of Shiva and Parvati. He is also the brother of Karthikeya (or Subrahmanya), the god of battle. Maa Parvati created Ganesha through the use of the earth. She then moulded it to form a boy. When Shiva was on his contemplative wanders, Parvati placed her son to be a guard during her bathing. As a surprise, Shiva returned home, and when he saw the boy furious at the absurdity of claiming that he was Mata Parvati’s son, Shiva called for his band of demons. The Bhutaganas engaged in a fierce battle with the boy. But, the boy could hold his own against the most formidable adversaries. Vishnu was required to intervene in the shape of Maya, and while the child was attracted to her beautiful beauty, Shiva himself took off his head.
In the wake of the chaos, Parvati fled from her bath, and she rebuked Shiva for committing such a brutal murder of their son. The repentant Shiva requested an additional head to be located for the boy, and since the first available animal was an elephant, Ganesha received a head change and was the first distinct among the Hindu gods. In recognition of his courage and strength in fighting demons, Shiva declared Ganesha the head of the Bhutaganas. Hence Ganesha’s name.
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