11 Dec 2019

Lord Ganesha Finest Journalist

As we all know that Lord Shri Ganesh is considered the first worshiper.  Any auspicious work begins with the worship of Lord Ganesha.  All Gods and Goddesses also worship Shri Ganesh first.  Lord Shri Ganesh is also called the God of Wisdom.  Also called Shri Ganesh Ekdant.  

According to Shivpuran, the color of Shri Ganesh is red and green.  Ganesh Ji's red color is considered a symbol of strength and green color is a symbol of prosperity.  Where Shri Ganesh resides, there is happiness and prosperity.  But do you know that Ganesh ji is also called a legendary journalist.

Why Ganesh ji is called a journalist is a mythological story.  For which we have to scrub some pages of Mahabharata.  In fact, according to mythology, when there was a fierce war between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, the idea of ​​incorporating this Mahabharata into a scripture came into the mind of Ved Vyas ji.  But according to the thinking of Ved Vyas ji, who wrote this book was a question.  After which Ved Vyas ji gave this responsibility to Lord Shri Ganesh.  To write this, Ganeshji placed a condition that his writing should not stop in the middle.  And then Shri Ganesh wrote the Mahabharata.

 Accordingly Mata Parvati fasted called Punyak for the attainment of a son.  Due to this fast, Goddess Parvati received Shri Ganesh as her son.  According to Shiva Mahapuran, Shri Ganesh had two wives, Riddhi and Siddhi.  Sriganesh also has two sons named Kshetra and Gain.  Please tell that Shri Ganesh is also called Ekadanta.

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