Importance of Various Ganpati Jewellery & Accessories Used In Ganesh Festival 2020

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Vakratunda Mahakaya Suriyakoti Samaprabha

     Nivighnam Kuru Mey Deva Sarva Karyeshu Sarvada”

Ganesh chaturthi is one of the big Hindu festivals celebrated with great joy & devotion in India. This day is celebrated as Lord Ganesha’s birthday. Ganesha is the eldest son of Shiva & Parvati; he is the God of wisdom & remover of obstacles. He is worshipped first in any prayer & also when starting good deeds.

In the year 1894, the well known freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak started the public Ganesh utsav & today it is one of the big festival celebrated all over the India.

Every year in the month of August and September Ganesh festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm. It begins on Ganesh chaturthi & ending on Anant chaturdashi, the festival lasts for 10 days. On the first day people bring idols of Lord Ganesha at their homes & do worship. Even in societies & public places idols of Lord Ganesha is worshipped & lots of various decoration is done.

It is believed that shining star of every mind Lord Ganesh comes on earth for 10 days to stay with his devotees.

People decorate the place where they want to place the statue of Ganesha. Even the idol of Ganesha is beautifully decorated with the accessories & jewellery available in market.

Let us see the brief explanation of Ganesh vehicle, jewellery & accessories used is Ganesh festival.

Mushak (Ganpati mouse) :

The vehicle of Lord Ganesh is small little mouse. The importance of riding a little mushak is that there is no egoism. From Ganesha we can learn that one can achieve lot with very limited source. He travels around the world on just little mouse symbolizes that never compromise & try to succeed with hard work & intelligence. Lord Ganapati & mushak both loves ‘modak’. Where there is Ganesha there is mushak. So you can place golden mushak near your Ganesha idol.

Ganpati Mouse

Ganpati Mouse

Ganpati Durva:

There are many interesting stories related to why durva is offered to lord Ganpati. According to Ganesh Puran, once all Gods were invited by Lord Kuber for dinner at his palace. From Shiva’s family Ganesha went for dinner. Kuber is the lord of wealth; he was very proud & arrogant. To break his egoism Ganesha decided to teach him a lesson. The dinner begins Ganpati was served with various delicious foods items. He was please with the food & one by one he finishes all food items. At last there was no food remain in palace Ganesha was still hungry. Now the God of wealth Kuber was embarrassed that he cannot satisfy the hunger of little Ganesha. He rush towards Shiva and requested him how he can satisfy the Ganesha’s hunger. The mother of Ganesha, Parvati gave him a plate of modak and asks him to serve this to Ganpati. After eating a single modak Ganesha was satisfied. Kuber was very embarrassed & he begs Ganesha to forgive him. After eating the huge quantity of food there was a burning sensation in his stomach. Parvati gave him a 21 stack of durva to eat & Ganesha was relieved from the burning sensation. From that time durva appeases lord Ganesha. In Ganesh pujan durva is must.

Ganpati Durva Online

Golden Ganpati Durwa

Ganpati Modak:

Modak is a special sweet offered to Ganesha. It is believed that any offering to Ganpati is incomplete without modak. Modaks are made from rice flour filled with grated coconut & jiggery. It is said that once all Gods came to meet Load Shiva & Goddess Parvati and presented them a divine modak. One who ate the modaks will gain an infinite knowledge in literature, science, arts etc. Parvati wanted to offer these modak to both sons. But Ganesha & Kartike was not at all ready to share it. Parvati was rattled & she said the one who will prove the true meaning of devotion & shows the intelligence will get the modak. Lord Kartik immediately moves up on to his vahana peacock & rushed to various spiritual places. But the Lord of wisdom Ganesha went around his Parents Lord Shiva & Parvati and said no quantity of any offering, fasting or visiting various spiritual places is equal to devotion & love of parents. Shiva & Parvati was fully impressed & presented him a divine modaks.

Ganpati Modak

Golden Ganpati Modak

Hibiscus Flower:

It is believed flowers have a special importance in any puja & if you worship the God by offering his/her favorite flower then all your wishes come true. Red hibiscus flower is personally Ganesha’s favorite flower.   The five petal of this flower signifies, destroying the negative energy & welcoming the new positive energy from the universe.

Ganpati Flower

Red Colour Ganpati Hibiscus Flower

Ganpati Mukut(crown):

Ganesha’s huge mukut defines the big & unique thinking. He is a God of wisdom & the remover of all obstacles. Mukut enhances the beauty of Ganesha idol. So this festive Ganesh season adorn your Ganesh with beautiful Golden crown.

Ganpati Mukut

Golden Ganpati Mukut

Ganpati Sond(Trunk):

In Ganpati shlok first word ‘vakratunda’ says us that he is God with twisted trunk. He can easily hold anything in his trunk & can eat sweet from his left-hand by turning his trunk.

Ganpati Sond

Ganpati Sond

Trishul:

Creator of the universe the lord Shiva holds the trishul as his weapon. He used it to cut the original head of Ganpati, and when Ganesha was blessed with new life he holds trishul in one of his weapons.

Ganpati Trishul

Ganpati Trishul

Ganpati Paan & Supari:

It is believed that supari (betel nut) represents Ganpati & it is kept on ‘naagli’ paan. Before starting the puja supari is worshipped as Ganesha. So it has a special importance in Ganesh puja.

Ganpati Puja Paan

Ganpati Puja Paan

Ganpati jewellery:

There are variety of jewellery & accessories available in market to decorate our Ganesha. Like pearl long necklace, golden necklace decorated with durva & hibiscus flower, Ganpati big-baali, Ganpati shawl, Ganpati bajuband, round chatra, forehead accessory & many more.

Ganpati Jewellery

Ganpati Jewellery

So this Ganesh festival adorns your Ganpati idol with various jewellery ornaments & accessories. To buy Ganpati jewellery visit anuradhaartjewellery.com

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