Vandana Gauri Nandana
As with all of the Hindu deities, the symbolism of Ganesha is multi-layered and profound. He represents Pranava, the seed syllable OM. Just as Ganesha comes first before the other gods, OM comes at the beginning of all other mantras.
Ganesh Bhajan By Lata Mangeshkar
As the god of beginnings, he is honored at the start of rituals and ceremonies. Ganesha is also invoked as patron of letters and learning during writing sessions.
Ganesha represents the self in its complete conquest over egoism. He is also depicted holding an ankusha, which represents his Lordship over the entire world.
Ghalin Lotangan: Ganesh Aarti
Lord Ganesh is worshipped 1st before beginning any auspicious ceremony. This is one of the most popular aartis of Lord Ganesha.
Gananatha He Gananatha
Ganesha represents the self in its complete conquest over egoism. He is also depicted holding an ankusha, which represents his lordship over the entire world.
A symbol of wisdom and good luck, Lord Ganesha is the most worshiped Hindu God, regarded as the reliever of all obstacles.