Blessings Galore

By: Kamakshi

Mar 29 2011

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Category: Artifacts

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Focal Length:18mm
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Ganesha is revered in Hindu Mythology as the remover of obstacles (vigna-harta). May his blessing continue to guide all of us.

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3 comments on “Blessings Galore”

  1. […] ending on Anant Chaturdashi (the fourteenth day of the waxing moon). Celebrated as the birth of Ganesha, the son of Shiva and Parvati, it is a believed that Ganesha descends to earth to bless during the […]

  2. […] It offers a path to the problems that one may encounter to the normal course of life. Which is why Gods are depicted in various forms to enlighten the followers of the righteous path of life that they […]

  3. […] is a beautiful¬† evergreen flower. It is often offered along with prayers in a temple, generally to Lord Ganesha. The name shoe-flower thus is reminiscent of its purpose, to be placed at the feet of […]


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