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Lakshmi Ganesh Saraswati !
 

Lakshmi The Goddess of Learning! Learning is Knowledge.Knowledge leads to Productivity and Creativity.Ganesha is the Remover of all Obstacles paving the way to Success ! Lakshmi the Goddess of Wealth resides where there is Knowledge, Productivity and Success !

 

 

 
Posted by Hinduism Art Of Living at 2018-03-12 09:07:20
 
Gods/Goddesses
Lord Ganesh - Remover of all Obstacles
 
 
Lord Ganesh is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Goddess Parvati gives life to a beautiful doll created by her and makes him her son. Shiva unaware of this beheads the boy in anger. When he realizes his folly, he promises to bring him back to life with the head of the first living being that comes by. In the search, the first living being found is that of a baby elephant.Hence Ganesh was reborn with the head of an elephant.

Ganesh is the lovable God of all with an endearing elephant head - large ears, trunk and a pot belly. He is worshipped as the Lord of Wisdom, Prosperity, and most importantly as the remover of all Obstacles.
 
Posted by Hinduism Art of Living at 2012-03-30 07:37:55
 
 
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Bells Invoke Positive Energy
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Lord Ganesh - Remover of all Obstacles
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Camel - Perennial Sustanence
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Krishna's Flute casts a spell
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Diwali - The festival of lights
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Lotus in Pond
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Goddess Rajarajeshwari -Transcendental Knowledge
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