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Ganesh Chaturthi 2022- An Eternal Carnival | Status Video Wishes

Yes, it is time for the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi’s festival, also known as Vinayak Chaturthi and this year also will be celebrated on 31st August 2022. In honor of this crowded festival in India. It is a very essential holy moment. Ganesha Chaturthi carnival is about the birth of Ganesha, His head represents that of an elephant. The festival is celebrated with warmth. Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and his ceremony is eminent as Ganesh Chaturthi, which is celebrated in the fourth month of Bhadrapada according to the Hindu calendar. Ganeshotsav is celebrated all over India but the grand festival is in the state of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu.

Ganesh Chaturthi- The Festivity

Ganesh Chaturthi is a Hindu festival celebrated on the birthday of Shri Ganapati. The heartening occasion begins with Ganesh Ji seated on a rat and bringing an idol to the public circle in a vehicle and continues for ten days. Ganesh Chaturthi festival is a grand celebration that ends with Ganpati Visarjan. It is believed that Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati will return after the Ganpati visarjan ceremony on the Birthday of Lord Ganesha. Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations involve worshiping Ganpati and preparing various special dishes for the most beloved almighty Ganesha.

In India, we have many temples of Lord Ganesha but the famous temples are at

  1. Siddhivinayak Temple – Mumbai, Maharashtra
  2. Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple (Pune, Maharashtra)
  3. Rockfort Ucchi Pillayar Koil Temple (Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu)
  4. Ganpatipule Temple (Ganpatipule, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra)
  5. Ashtavinayak Temples (Maharashtra)
  6. Kanipakam Vinayaka Temple (Kanipakam, Andhra Pradesh)
  7. Karpaka Vinayakar Temple (Koothadipatti, Pillayarpatti, Tamil Nadu)

Also Read: 5 Famous Ganesha Temples in India

History Of Ganesha

Once Lord Shiva went to a place called Bhogavati from Mount Kailash to take a bath. After his departure, Parvati Ji went to take a bath and made an effigy from the filth of her body and made it alive. She named him Ganesh.

Parvati Ji said, Ganesh, you take a mug and go to the door and guard it. I am taking bath inside. So keep in mind that you don’t let anyone inside until I take a bath. On the other hand, after a while after bathing in Bhogavati, when lord shiva came back and wanted to enter the house, Ganesha stopped him at the door. Shiva considered this as an insult and got angry and went inside after separating his head from the torso.

When Lord Shiva with crooked eyebrows reached inside, Parvati Ji saw him angry and understood that Mahadev was angry due to the delay in food. So she immediately called Shivaji after serving food on two plates and requested him to have food. Then seeing the second plate, Shiva asked Parvati ‘For what is this second plate used?’ On this Parvati Ji said – For her son Ganesh, who is guarding the door outside.’ Hearing this, Shiva was surprised and said – Your son is guarding? But when he stopped me across the door, I ended his life by beheading him.

Hearing this Parvati became very sad and started mourning. He asked Shiva to revive the son. Then to please Parvati, Lord shiva cut off the head of an elephant child and attached it to the body of that child. Parvati was very glad to find her son Ganesh alive again. This incident happened on Bhadrapada Shukla Chaturthi. Therefore this date is celebrated as a holy festival. (For more info read Ganesh Puran:).

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