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The need of a stronger power, someone in whom we believe has never been greater. In these tough times we often find ourselves praying for everything to be alright and Lord Ganesha is just the ‘vighnaharta’ we need in our temples right now. Any prayer in our temples is anyway incomplete without the Ganpati Murti as he is the Lord of auspicious beginnings.

Strengths of Lord Ganesha:-

A Ganesha statue in our homes guides us to the right path of life. It mysteriously makes us strong enough to fight all obstacles and remove them from the path of our success. Explaining the importance of a godly presence in our homes can be difficult to explain through words but they say that Lord Ganesha’s elephant’s head and ears’ represent wisdom and patience respectively. Needless to say when people hold such virtues, prosperity and success are inevitable. The urban dwellers travel to distant places in search of peace and solace even when Ganpati Idols can help you achieve that and a lot more just by residing in your abode.

Interesting facts about Lord Ganesha:-

Ganesh Ji is often known as one of the most notorious deities. He is famously known as a mouse riding God and many interesting anecdotes are associated with him like:-

Unlike us, Lord Ganesha has around 108 names, ‘Vighnaharta’ (the remover of obstacles) and ‘Buddhi Pradaayaka(the giver of wisdom and intellect) being two of them. It is said that chanting all 108 names during Ganesh Chaturthi brings good luck.

In Ganesha statues, he is often represented with only one tusk. It is believed that he threw the other tusk at The Moon for laughing at his belly which made people call him ‘Ek Dant’.

First Ganesh Chaturthi dates back to the era of Chhatrapati Shivagi Maharaja and celebrations were revived by freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak during 1893 in order to unite India in the resistance against British Raj.

Such is the devotion among people that in 2014 around 10,000 Ganesha idols were found in pandals of Mumbai alone and the number of ganesha statues brought home have only increased since then.

Diverse Collection of Ganpati Idols:-

We have got hundreds of different Ganesh Idols according to your preferences, style and requirements. The master craftsmen have designed each figurine differently and in different sizes. The smaller ones could be gifted to children and the blessings of Lord Ganesha help the children shine bright in their schools or could be fixed in the family’s transportation so that blessings could be bestowed upon the family at all times and to light up people’s homes, we have Ganpati’s Murtis that will suit perfectly with their temples.

So let the one who wrote the most greatest epic of Sanskrit, The Mahabharata through his broken tusk write your success story by welcoming mesmerizing Ganpati idols into your homes delivered right at your doorstep by us.

Why buy a Ganesha statue for your home decor this year?

Ganesha is known to bless homes with prosperity, happiness and great health. These three are major components of the peaceful life. Lord Ganesha is among the most powerful Hindu Gods and is known to bring prosperity and wealth. The Ganesha statue is firstly worshipped before anything new is begun and is thus quiet important to bring prosperity and happiness in the endeavours. Therefore, the brass Ganesha statue is so much in demand and even art enthusiasts prefer to invest in the paintings and sculpture of the great Lord.

Why to opt for the Ganesha statue online?

Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati. He is known by names like Vinayaka, Lambodara, Pillayar, etc. Opting to buy the Ganesha statue online means that you can easily pray and ward off any evil or negative emotions that impact your home or professional life.

Lord Ganesha is an epitome of sacrifice. His one trunk's tusk is broken and as per the legend, it occurred during writing the Mahabharata. The pen broke down and he took one of the tusks off to write about the same diligently. He is known to be quite forgiving and once moon ridiculed him and he cursed the moon yet later when moon apologized, he gave forgiveness and mercy.

Praying before brass Ganesha statue to seek divine blessings while starting any major task helps to ward off evils and obstacles from your path. Thus, helps to bring success, prosperity and good luck to the life.

Types of Ganesha statue online that can be brought home

There are numerous types of Ganesha statue online that have different connotations and effects in the life. There are 32 types of representation of Lord Ganesha and a few of these include the following - 

  • Silver Ganesha Statue

When you decide to bring home a silver Ganesha statue, and if you worship it regularly, it helps to bring fame and good fortune.

  • Wood Ganesha

Opting to buy the wood Ganesha statue online and worshipping it means that you can bring good health, long life and even success to the worshippers.

  • Clay Ganesha

Opting to worship the Ganesha Statue made from clay can be effective in bringing success to you. It also helps to ward off obstacles in your path.

  • Brass statue

Using an idol or a brass Ganesha statue brings immediate prosperity and happiness. This must be worshipped regularly to attain these divine blessings.

How to buy and place any good Ganesha statue online?

When buying the best Ganesha statue online for your home or office, it is important to understand the following aspects - 

  • Buy an idol only if you can worship the same on a regular basis. The same should not be missed.
  • An ideal idol must be less than 18 cm of height.
  • It must never be placed in a way that the statue faces entrance, and the back is toward the rest of the home.
  • Never keep a brass Ganesha statue inside your bedroom area or under the stairway.

Avoid any Ganesha Statue that has trunk on right as these need specific ways of worshipping.

FAQs

Which Ganesha idol is good for business??

Vastu experts suggest that Ganesha statue must be placed in specific directions like the following points to attain the best results for your business needs- • North • Northeast • West Similarly, making the idol face the northern part makes a good beginning as the same is the direction of Lord Shiva abode. This is very auspicious. Similarly, ensure that the back of the statue faces the main entrances to the home or business. It is best to opt for a place away from the south to place the idols, and it is not a suitable plan for your benefit. Even if you are interested in storing more than one idol, it is good to have merely one Ganesha statue for the business. It is recommended to talk to an expert before purchasing a new one in the business premises.

Which Ganesha idol is good for home entrance??

Ganesha idol should always be kept in the east or west direction of the home is important. You can confirm placing it in the northeast direction of the home. Avoid negative space like washroom, toilets, walls adjoining one. Similarly, it is best to opt for the pooja room, offices, study tables, home entrance, etc. for placing the same. You can also select the rituals of getting the clay Ganesha to attain the best results. It is best to worship the same in morning and evening. The entire home needs to be cleaned before bringing the idol to your home. Ensure that the whole family is gathered in the evening to recite prayers. The same should also include durva, flowers, karanji, modals, etc.

Which Ganesha idol is good for office??

Different coloured idols are known to have different effects on your mind and body. Similarly, each shade Ganesha helps to identify the outcomes for your needs and boost the outcomes. As a result, standing one is best for offices. However, selecting the colour depends on the outcomes that you wish to attain. Using turmeric shaded Ganesh idol is known to prevent any form of harm and negative impact. To attract people towards work and positive energy or actions then you need to have a red coloured Ganesha. Using a dark shade Ganesha is found to destroy negatively impact and hatred. You can choose the best one as per your requirement. For peace of mind, go for a white shade Ganesha idol.

Which Ganesha idol is good for car??

There are different postures of Ganesh idols and sitting in one leg folded (the lalitasna) is one of the best for you. You need to have either standing or dancing one for your home. It is best however to avoid using the dancing one in the car as it signifies destruction. Similarly, reclining the same is best avoided as the same is a position of rest and relaxation. As a result of the same, choosing the standing one is best for offices. It helps you to welcome guests. Thus, the best possible position is the sitting one that is both relaxed and reassuring. This assures that you achieve the best results for your needs and expectations. This brings only prosperity and happiness for you.

Which Ganesha idol is good for home??

There are numerous reasons to select the best Ganesha statue. However, the place where you need to avoid placing these. It includes a bedroom, bathrooms, laundry room, under the staircase, etc. Vastu experts also ask to avoid the garage area as the same is negative space and inauspicious. Similarly, the energies under the staircase or laundry service are not good for you. People who seek happiness and peace needs to confirm that if a particular Ganesha is effective. For instance - brass or white Ganesha is widely used. If you wish to proceed to achieve self-confidence and trust them. For this use, use vermillion shade one for the best results for your needs. Also, the left side of the same must face the moon. This brings material gains and lucrative outcomes.

Why Ganesha is worshipped in Maharashtra??

Lord Ganesha is a popular deity who is worshipped across the nation, and since 1893, the celebrations of the same have been quite popular and the national moment. When freedom fighter Tilak decided to remodel the private festival into a public event was the best idea to create a stir and movement in people for the struggle for independence. As a result of the Ganesha Chaturthi, Tilak had giant posters to encourage the stimulation of people. When the government tried to pull the board down, it enraged the audience to achieve more. The festival season delights became the essence of the event. Nowadays, each household in India has new ways to celebrate the occasion. Therefore, Ganesha Chaturthi got tremendous success in Maharashtra.

Why does Ganesha likes durva??

Ganesha is also called as the Vighnaharta and as a result, the remover of the obstacles. This is important to understand that you must not feel any obstacle or issues with your body. Bringing home, a Ganesha statue is one way to learn more about the elephant head lord. Durva Grass is a three-bladed plant that has the direct power to attract the energy of the Ganpati. According to the mythological stories, Ganesha was fighting the demon and then the lord swallowed him. This gave him a strong burning sensation and when everything failed to give relief, he got 21 blades from the sages. This was durva and is also called as the dub and built. Thus, he gave a major change for common people and their problems.

Why does Ganesha likes modak??

It was observed that Lord Shiva did not have anything to left to eat. This was attributed to the fact that nobody could help to satisfy his hunger. As a result, Anusuya served the elephant head lord with a sweet. When he partakes the same, Ganpati Bappa left out a big burp. This was seen that he was full, yet it is important to note that it took Lord Shiva 21 burps while Ganesha took one. Goddess Parvati became curious and wanted to know more about the same and when she learnt it was a Modak, she gave a request that others can also offer him Modak and the legend was carried forward by generations. Even today, the same is considered as a great prasad for the Lord.

Why does Ganesha have one tooth??

If you have noticed that the idol of the Lord Ganesha, you may have seen that one of his teeth is missing. The tusk is broken and as per legend, the same has been attributed to the fact that the same was lost when Ganesha was sitting and writing Mahabharata. As a result, the feather broke, and he broke his tusk and went on working on the legend. It is believed that Lord Ganesha decided that he will not stop once he starts with the process and the broken feather did not deter him. Some also attribute the same to the fact that Lord Parshuram cut off one of the Ganesha tusks as he did not allow him to meet lord Shiva as he was busy in meditation and prayer.

What Ganesha likes??

The elephant head lord loves his morals. It is his favourite food and gives him the name of Modak Priya. As a result, the sweet and beautiful dumpling is offered as prasad. It is prepared using jaggery, coconut and rice flour. Similarly, satori - A Maharashtrian dish that uses sweet, khoya, milk, ghee and besan. It is a rich delicacy and has a unique taste that makes it worth offering to Lord. Also, Puran Poli is a Maharashtra special that uses flat pieces of bread made of lentils, jaggery, etc. Ghee, elaichi, etc., is also important. Lord Ganesha is also fond of eating motichoor ladoo, and this makes it a special for the occasion. These can melt in the mouth and are a perfect item for the bhog.

What Ganesha teaches us??

Ganesha teaches us a lot of things. One of the same is staying true to the word, sacrifices made, the importance of duty, etc. According to popular belief, the aspects of parental love, etc. make sure that one is reminded of their duty to the parents. Similarly, his dedication to his family members and children is commendable. On Ganesh Chaturthi, devotees bring in the auspicious idols at home to show their love and affection for the most popular festival of the year. Similarly, offerings like the blog, Modak, hymns, etc. It brings out the importance of having a social aspect of life, being caring and honest towards the duty assigned and being dedicated to the situation while staying prudent.

When will Ganesh Chaturthi end??

Ganesh Chaturthi which is also called as Vinayaka Chaturthi is an auspicious occasion that is celebrated for ten days for each year. The festival is celebrated during the August or September months of Bhadra month of Hindu calendar. Post the completion of 10 days of the festival, the festival ends up with the bidding on goodbye to Lord Ganesha, and his idol is then immersed in water. Similarly, the money and gifts offered to the deity must not be kept at home and instead must be donated to needy or the local temple. You can opt for DIY solutions for your plan on creating Ganesha. As a result, you can keep the idol for 1 ½ day, three, five, seven and up to 21 days before visarjan.

When Ganesh Utsav started??

Ganesh Chaturthi is a famous celebration that commemorates the welcoming of Ganesha to your home. The day reverberates with divinity, celebrations and decorations. The same is also rich with nostalgia of Modak that tickles the nostrils. The same dates to the struggle for independence and when Lokmanya Tilak decided to remodel the private festival into the most popular ones. This was in 1893 and titled this as Sarvajanik Ganesh Utsav While many people believe that the festival was initially celebrated during the Chalukya, Rashtrakutas, Satyavahana dynasties. They ruled by late 1190 AD. Then during the time of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj when Lord Ganesha was their Kuldevta or the principal deity. This was during 1600 in Pune. Then the same was celebrated by the Peshwa empire.

Where Ganesh Chaturthi is famous??

Lord Ganesha is known by 108 different names. The names like - Gajanana, Vighnaharta, Vinayaka, etc. In India, the fat is celebrated in states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, etc. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated annually to mark the birth of the Lord and the God of new beginnings and a fresh start. He is the remover of obstacles and the God of wisdom. It is observed throughout India but that of Mumbai is most famous. Historically, the festival is celebrated since the time of Shivaji. It was during freedom struggle that Lokmanya Tilak decided to celebrate that the same on National level and make it a famous celebration. The celebrations at Lalbagh are famous for their Ganesha Chaturthi.

Where is Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated??

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated each year to mark the birth of Lord Ganesha. He is the God of new beginnings. His birth month falls in the month of Bhadra and thus the same falls in the month of August- September (according to the Gregorian calendar). Apart from the same, two idols of Goddess Gauri are brought home and worshipped along with elaborate rituals. Since Gauri is the epitome of Goddess Parvati, the two idols signify Goddess Saraswati and Laxmi. They are the daughters of Goddess Durga. It is celebrated in states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, etc. with pomp and grandeur. It is considered as one of the most important festivals of Maharashtra, and it is associated with prosperity and good luck.

How Ganesha got married??

According to a legend, the marriage of Lord Ganesha was held under an interesting situation. According to this, whenever Shri Ganesha used to go to the marriage of deity and used to create a disturbance. This was further aided by the Mushaks and the same lead to damage to the pavilion. Lord Shiva and Parvati asked God's to visit Lord Brahma and seek a solution. This is when Lord Brahma decided to take up the situation and as a result, two learned disciples by name of Riddhi and Siddhi were selected. Lord Shiva and Parvati decided to search for a suitable bride for their child Ganesha. They selected Riddhi & Siddhi - daughters of Prajapati Vishwa Roopa. They had two sons - Labha and Kshema.

How Ganesha was born??

Ganesha was born out of the efforts of Goddess Parvati who wanted to have a child. Accordingly, Ganesha was born as a charming infant to her. Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Therefore, he is also the brother of Karthikeyan or Subramanya. However, he was created by Goddess Parvati, who made him using earth shaped into the shape of a charming boy. However, he mistakenly earned the wrath of God Shiva who beheaded him. Later, when things cleared, the head of an elephant was joined with the body of the young child. This revived him. He was thus blessed and was one of the blessed beings. If you start any auspicious occasion, then you need to create it with the name of Ganesha.

How Ganesha got his head??

The story behind the Ganesha head is that Goddess Parvati created Ganesha without the knowledge of her consort, i.e., Lord Shiva. When Lord Shiva comes to meet Goddess Parvati, Ganesha refuses to allow him to do so. Shiva beheads Ganesha without knowing that he is his son. When Goddess Parvati retaliates, then Lord Shiva replaces the head of the Ganesha with that of a young elephant. So, what does the elephant head of Ganesha signifies? If an obstacle in the path of an idea needs to be removed then the same must be done at the stage of daydreaming and thus, Lord Shiva decides to go with the elephant head. It signifies that the obstacle created by the idea must not get converted to action without giving due consideration to the process.

Can Ganesha idols be kept at home??

Yes, these stunning idols must be brought to the home to create a strong sense of prosperity and happiness. It would help if you were sure that you take good care of the same and worship the same every day. Even if you are tempted by their beauty, it is best to restrict investing in more than one of these statues. It is believed that the Vastu tips have labelled the number of idols as a personal choice but keeping more than one of the same can upset Riddhi Siddhi. It counters their energy. Ganesha idols must always be placed in the East or West direction of the home. Also, you can set the same in the northeast direction. It is still best to avoid placing the same near a washroom or even against a wall which is attached in any way near the toilet.