Ganesh Chaturthi is one of biggest festival celebrated with joy & happiness in India. This day is celebrated as Lord Ganpati’s birthday. Lord Ganesha is the God of wisdom and remover of obstacles.
The Ganesh festival begins on Shukla Chaturthi which is the fourth day of waxing moon period and end on the 14th day of waxing moon period which is Anant Chaturdashi.
Every year in the month of August or September this festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm. On the first day which is Ganesh Chaturthi people brings the Ganpati idol at home and worship the God with Puja, Arti and Nevedya. On the tenth day which is Anant Chaturdashi, there is Visarjan of Ganpati Murti.
People decorate the place where they want to place the Ganpati Murti, even the Ganpati Murti is beautifully adorned with jewellery and other accessories.
Anuradha Art Jewellery offers a range of beautiful Ganpati Jewellery and accessories at an unbeatable cost. Following are the list of Ganpati Jewellery and accessories:
Gauri Ganpati Haar (Necklace for Gauri Ganpati): Haar or necklace is must have ornament during Ganpati Puja. People adorn the Ganpati idol with fresh flower necklace, gold necklace and silver necklace. But now a day’s lot of beautiful artificial Ganpati necklace is available in a different pattern like modak haar, Ganpati Jaswand haar (hibiscus necklace), Durva haar, moti haar (necklace) and golden Ganpati necklace. These necklaces are available in different length as per the height of Ganpati idol.
Ganpati Mushak(Mouse): Every God has their Vahan and this Vahan is also worshipped. The Vahan of Lord Ganesha is a small little mouse. In Indian mythology, there is a story about how mushak became Ganpati’s Vahan. In every Ganpati, temple mouse is placed in front of Lord Ganesha. It is said that if devotee whispers their wishes in the ear of a mouse, he transfers the message to Ganpati Bappa and wishes are fulfilled. Anuradha Art Jewellery offers a range of Ganpati mouse.
Ganpati Durva: There are many interesting stories associated with why durva is offered to Lord Ganesha. One of the well-known stories of durva is, once upon a time there was a demon Analasur meaning fire. This Analasur used to trouble saint and sages. In order to protect the people from this demon Ganesha guzzle up him. As Ganesha guzzled up the demon he felt strong burning sensation in the stomach. To get relieved from this sensation Rishi Kashyap gave 21 stacks of durva to Lord Ganesha after which he was relieved. Thus durva appeases Lord Ganesha. It is said that the devotee who worships Ganesha with durva will always receive his blessings.
Ganpati Modak: Modak is Ganpati Bappa’s, favourite sweet. No pooja is completed without modak. Where there is Ganpati idol there should be modak.
Ganpati Flower: Flowers have great importance in any puja. It is believed that if you worship the God by offering his favourite flowers then all your wishes come true. Red hibiscus flower or Jaswand flower is Ganesha’s favourite flower. Anuradha Art Jewellery offers a beautiful collection of flowers for Ganpati flower like Jaswand phool & Kamal (lotus) phool.
Ganpati Paan & Supari: It believed that Supari (betel nut) represents Lord Ganpati and it is kept on ‘naagli paan’ (betel leaves). Ganesh Puja is not complete without Paan & Supari. Anuradha Art Jewellery offers nagli (Vida) che paan, Keli che paan & Kevada paan.
Ganpati Mukut (Crown): Ganesha huge mukut signifies the big and unique thinking. Mukut (crown) enhances the beauty of deity. As the crown is adorned to the king, Ganesha is the king of the universe, so there should be a beautiful crown for our beloved king. There are lots of designs available in the crown from gold plating to silver plating embedded with sparkling stones and featuring intricate carving designs.
Ganpati Sond (Trunk): In Ganpati Shlok first word is ‘Vakratunda’ which means twisted trunk, Ganesha has a huge twisted trunk. The trunk of the Ganpati idol is decorated with the ornament which is embedded with sparkling stones and features wonderful designs.
Ganpati Shastra (Weapons): Every God hold Shastra in hand, Ganpati Bappa holds Trishul and Parshu as his weapon.
Ganpati Bigbali: Big Bali is the ear ornament which is used to decorate Ganpati ear. Beautiful designs are available in Ganpati Big Bali.
Elephant (Gajantlaxmi, Gajlaxmi): There are various Ganpati decoration ideas, people used to place the statue of an elephant which is also known as Gajlaxmi or Gajantlaxmi in the Gauri Ganpati decoration.
Gai Vasru (Cow with Calf, Gai Bachra): It is believed that keeping a Gai Vasru statue at home brings a prosperity and wellness. In Gauri Ganpati decoration people place the Gai Vasru statue.
Ganpati Chatra: Chatra is the decorative article which is hanging like an umbrella above the head of Ganpati Bappa.
Ganpati Kaan: Adorn your Ganesha with the beautiful golden finished Ear or Kaan ornaments available in a range of wonderful designs.
Bajuband for Ganpati: Decorate your Ganesha idol with the golden finished stone embedded bajuband or armlet available in all sizes.
Ganpati MathaPatti (Forehead Ornament): Mathapatti is the forehead ornament which is used to beautify the forehead. Decorate your Ganapati Murti with beautiful stone studded matha patti.
Ganpati Kada: Kada or Kangan is the ornament which is adorned to a wrist. Decorate your Ganpati wrist with beautiful kada or kangan studded with stones. This kada are available in adjustable size.
Ganpati Shawl (Shela): Ganesha Shela is the shawl decorated with stones, it is adorned to Ganpati Bappa.
Ganpati Chakra: Chakra is the weapon which is placed on the finger of Lord Ganesha.
Puja Thali: Puja thali is available in every home, Anuradha Art Jewellery offers a beautiful range of Puja KumKum thali for Gauri Ganpati Puja.
Ganpati Keli (Banana): Where there is Ganpati, there is a fruit; Banana is Ganpati Bappa’s favourite fruit. So in Ganpati decoration, there should be a banana (Keli).
Ganpati Bansuri (Flute): There is a flute or bansuri available for decorating the Ganpati idol.
Puja Kalash: In Ganpati puja, there is the great importance of Kalash. Here at Anuradha Art Jewellery, you will get the beautiful range of puja Kalash with shreephal (coconut).
Ganpati Janeu: Ganpati Janeu is also known as janwa or Janwal it is sacred thread adorn in the left shoulder of Ganesha.
Kasav (Tortoise): It is believed that keeping a Tortoise statue in a bowl of water brings goodness and wellness at home. So in Ganpati decoration, many people place kasav statue.
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