First Look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2015

Today we got latest images of Lalbaugcha Raja 2014:

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Bakthi Ganapati
Sakthi Ganapati
Siddhi Ganapati
Lakshmi Ganapati
Maha Ganapati
May this Ganesh Chaturthi brings you Bakthi, Shakthi, Siddhi, Laskhmi and Maha Samriddhi!


These are all which we have got first look of Lalbaugcha Raja today. I really love to share if you all can share others mandap or your home Ganesh Idols. Please let me know if you willing to share this 2014 Ganesh Chaturthi images in the comments.

Ganpati Bappa Morya!

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi 2014.



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India’s Celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi 2015

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi! Ganpati Bappa Morya! Deva Shree Ganesha! Om Shree Ganeshay Namah! Happy Ganeshotsav! — These are Lord Shree Ganesha’s  Festival’s messages which are spreading by all today to their friends, company and also by the political leaders to their persons or public. Yes, Today is Ganesh Chaturthi and everybody around all over the country celebrating this Ganeshotasav by their own methods and cultures. This festival is mostly celebrated with full of hearts by Maharashtra, Southern and Western part of India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also given his best regards to the citizen of India who are living in India or abroad. Prime Minister Narendra Modi wishes to the nation with his greetings via facebook & twitter:

“गणपति बाप्पा मोरया ! गणेश चतुर्थी के पावन पर्व पर हार्दिक शुभकामनायें ।
Greetings on Ganesh Chaturthi. We bow to Lord Ganesh. May Lord Ganesh shower his blessings on us & enrich our lives with peace, joy & wisdom.”


Ganesh Chaturthi is the festival of Hindus, they get inspired by the Lord Ganesha’s myths which are mentioned in our Purans. People use to make and decorate clay statues and they take it to their homes for 1 day, 3 days, 5 days, 7 days or for 10 days. This festival will be lasting after 10 days on “Anant Chaturdasi”.Ganeshotsav is quite loudly celebrated especially in the Maharashtra state of India. During the 10 days of Ganeshotsav one can here people chanting in Marathi "Ganpati bappa morya, pudhchya warshi lavkar ya”.
Morya Gosavi the famous devotee of Lord Ganesh of the 14th century who lived in Chincwad, Pune.
He was a crazy devotee of Lord Ganesh. Pleased with his (bhakti) devotion, oneday Lord asked him, what vardan (blessing) he would wish from him.
All, Morya said that, he would want his name to be always associated with HIM.
Ganesha says Tathastu to his wish and declares that every time we call out for Lord Ganesh.
We should say post it with Morya.
Another, Morya means my. So, the chant translates to Oh Ganpati my Lord...Come back early next year.
To Bola, Ganapati Bappa Morya!
गणपती बाप्पा माेरया ! मंगलमुतीॅ माेरया !गणपती बाप्पा माेरया ! मंगलमुतीॅ माेरया !गणपती बाप्पा माेरया ! मंगलमुतीॅ माेरया !गणपती बाप्पा माेरया ! मंगलमुतीॅ माेरया !गणपती बाप्पा माेरया ! मंगलमुतीॅ माेरया !गणपती बाप्पा माेरया ! मंगलमुतीॅ माेरया !गणपती बाप्पा माेरया ! मंगलमुतीॅ माेरया !
गजाननं भूतगणादिसेवितं , कपित्थजम्बूफलचारु भक्षणम् ।
उमासुतं शोकविनाशकारकं
नमामि विघ्नेश्वरम् पादपँकजम्..।।"
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गणेश चतुर्थी की आप सभी को और आप सभी के पुरे परिवार को भी मेरी ओर से हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ ।
गणपति बप्पा मौरिया…।।


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Lord Ganesha’s Birth, Darshan and Ganesh Chaturthi 2015

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Today is the most dedicated religious holy day for all, especially in India our First worshiped God Ganesha’s festival - Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated by the people. Ganesha Chaturthi (गणेश चतुर्थी) is also known as '''Vinayaka Chaturthi’’' which usually falls each year in between 19 August and 20 September. The festival continued for 10 days, ending on Anant Chaturdashi. This is celebrated all over India, but mostly in Maharashtra and other parts of Western and Southern India.

Our Hindu stories tells that Lord Ganesha is son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Many stories surrounding Gaṇesha focus on an unexpectedly limited number of incidents.These incidents are mainly three: his birth and parenthood, his elephant head, and his single tusk.

Ganesh birth and parenthood

There are Puranic myths related to the various versions of Ganesh birth. The most well-known and accepted by most of the people is the one taken from the Shiva Purana. One day Goddess Parvati was at home on Mount everest Kailash and she was preparing for a bath and she didn’t want to be disturbed, she told to her husband Shiva’s Bull Nandi, to guard the door and let no one come. Nandi honestly took his duty to take care of Parvati’s wishes. But, when Shiva came home and naturally wanted to come inside, Nandi had to let him come, being very loyal first to Shiva. Parvati was angry at this modest, besides more than this, at the fact that she had no one as loyal to Herself as Nandi was to Shiva. So, taking the turmeric paste (for bathing) from her body and breathing life into it, she created Ganesha, declaring him to be her own loyal son.

When the next time Parvati willing to bathe, she assigned Ganesha on guard duty at the door. In between, Shiva came home, only to find this strange boy telling him he couldn’t enter his own house! Full of anger, Shiva ordered his army to destroy the boy, but they all unsuccessful.

Ganesha’s Elephant head

The Lord Shiva surprised to seeing that this was no ordinary boy, the usually peaceful Shiva decided he would have to fight him, and in his divine fury severed Ganesha’s head, killing him instantly. When Parvati learned of this, she was so enraged and insulted that she decided to destroy the entire Creation. Lord Brahma, being the Creator, naturally had his issues with this, and pleaded that she reconsider her drastic plan. She said she would, but only if two conditions were met: one, that Ganesha be brought back to life, and two, that he be forever worshipped before all the other gods.

Shiva, having cooled down by this time, agreed to Parvati’s conditions. He sent Brahma out with orders to bring back the head of the first creature he crosses that is lying with its head facing North. Brahma soon returned with the head of a strong and powerful elephant, which Shiva placed onto Ganesha’s body. Breathing new life into him, he declared Ganesha to be his own son as well, and gave him the status of being foremost among the gods, and leader of all the ganas, Ganapati.


Ganesha’s Broken Tusk

Ganesha's elephant head makes him easy to identify —his elephant or gaja head. Have you wondered when and how the elephant headed god managed to break just one tusk? Was it an indication of ivory being used even then? Or did he get it broken in a fight? As with most other features of Ganesha, there are two stories to explain this too! There are various anecdotes which explain how Ganesha broke off one of his tusks. Devotees sometimes say that his single tusk indicates his ability to overcome all forms of dualism. In India, an elephant with one tusk is sometimes called a "Ganesh".

May Lord Ganesh bless all with happiness and prosperity. 

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi 2014 to All! 




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Ganesh Chaturthi 2015 {SMSes: 10 *Best Ganpati Festival WhatsApp & Facebook Messages}#

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The chants of Ganapati Bappa Moraya is already in the air as the 10-day long festival of Ganesh Chaturthi marks its beginning for the year 2014 on August 29 and like every year, the festival of Lord Ganesh will be celebrated with fervour throughout the country. There is a special feeling in the air as Ganesh Chaturthi that is more than a ritual or festival marks the importance of celebration in the honour of Lord Ganesha – destroyer of obstacles. Everyone including family, friends and all the devotees make a point to wish good luck to their near and dear ones as Lord Ganesh is symbolic to success and prosperity. Thanks to modern technology, with platforms like SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook and various messaging services, you can send messages to your loved ones on the Ganpati Festival with ease.

The festival is celebrated in the honour of Lord Ganesha – destroyer of obstacles and the vitality is most prominent in the state of Maharashtra. Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi as also known to be starts on the Shukla Chaturthi and the festival lasts for 10 days, ending on Anant Chaturdashi. This is a special time when family and friends get together and perform Ganesh Puja. As the auspicious days are round the corner, it is also the best time to wish your near and dear ones who somehow are far from you and here for your convenience we have lined some of the best messages that you can consider sending across.

1. Wishing you happiness as big as Ganesh’s appetite, long life as his trunk
Trouble as small as his mouse and moments as sweet as his laddus
Sending you wishes on Ganesh Chaturthi!

2. May Lord Ganesha bestow you with eternal bliss, peace and contentment! A very happy and blessed Ganesh Chaturthi to you and your family!

3. Ek Do Teen Char Ganapati Ji Ki Jay Jay Kaar Paanch Chhai Saat Aaath Ganapati Ji Hai Sabke saath Happy Ganesh Chaturthi

4. I know that Ganesha is happy with me…
For he has made my life so rich
with a friend like you.
Happy Ganesh Chaturthi

5. May Lord Ganesha come to your house and take away all your Laddus and Modaks with all your worries and sorrows. Shubh Ganesh Chaturthi.

6. Celebrate Ganesha Chaturthi the Festival of Lord Ganesha.
Spread the message of honesty and love through this world
on this day when Lord Ganesha ascended on this earth to kill evil.

7. Hoping this Ganesh Chaturthi will be the start of year that brings happiness for you, fills your home with…prosperity & fortune… Best wishes on Ganesh Chaturthi.

8. Aate bade dhoom se Ganpati ji,
Jaate bade dhoom se Ganpati ji,
Aakhir sabse pahle aakar,
Hamare dilon me bas jate Ganpati ji.
Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!!!

9. May The Lord Vighnavinayaka remove all obstacles and shower you with bounties. Hope Lord Ganesh visits you with lots of Luck and prosperity Have a great Ganesh Chaturthi Utsav.

10. Bakthi Ganapathi..
Sakthi Ganapathi..
Siddhi Ganapathi..
Lakshmi Ganapathi..
Maha Ganapathi..
May this Ganesh Chaturthi brings you
Bakthi, Shakthi, Siddhi, Laskhmi and Maha samriddhi.

Ganesh Chaturthi is significant festival in India with Lord Ganesh, son of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva is symbol of wisdom, prosperity and success. Lord Ganesh is considered as “Vigana Harta” – the mighty one who removes obstacles and “Buddhi Pradaayaka” – the one who grants intelligence.

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