Vighnaharta Pendant: Lord Ganesha is also known as Vighnaharta (Remover of Obstacles) and is worshipped first before any auspicious ritual or occasion. He is ever-blissful and is lovingly worshipped by millions of people worldwide. The son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, Shree Ganesha, is the God of good luck and auspiciousness and is the dispeller of problems and obstacles. We worship Lord Ganesha with green grass called “Darbha“. Lord Ganesha is said to be the form of Omkara. In Om, the upper arc is said to be the face of Lord Ganesha. The lower arc is his belly. The twisted arc which is on the right side of the Om is his trunk. Thus Omkara represents the complete physical form of Lord Ganesha. As every recital starts with an Omkara, all rituals too start only after praying Lord Ganesha, otherwise it is believed that the ritual does not reach to a logical end. The word Ganesha is made up of Gana (people) and Isha (lord). Hindus worship Lord Ganesha with various other names like Vignaharta, Ashtavinayaka, Ekadanta, Gajanana, Vakratunda and Ganapati.
The portrayal of Lord Ganesha is the blend of human and animal parts, and symbolizes the ideals of perfection as described by Hindu sages and illustrates some philosophical concepts of profound spiritual significance:
The very first thing we see in Lord Ganesha is his trunk which is an elephant’s trunk & has the ability to uproot a tree and yet can lift a needle off the ground. -Vighnaharta Pendant.
The next thing we see are the large ears and wide mouth. The large head of Lord Ganesha symbolizes wisdom and understanding. The large ears signify that every human being should possess a great quality to listen to others.
Ganesha has been shown with one tusk while the other one is broken. The two tusks denote the two aspects of human personality, wisdom and emotion. The right tusk represents wisdom and the left tusk represents emotion. The broken left tusk conveys the idea that one must conquer emotions with wisdom to attain perfection. -Vighnaharta Pendant.
The elephant eyes are said to possess natural intensity that allows them to perceive objects to be bigger than what they really are.
Vighnaharta Pendant: Lord Ganesha has four hands and each of his hand symbolizes different meanings. It also indicates that the god is omnipresent and omnipotent. A hatchet in the upper left hand and a lotus in the upper right hand signify that in order to attain spiritual perfection, one should cut worldly attachments and conquer emotions.
Lord Ganesha has a big belly which signifies that a person should be capable of keeping all the pleasant & unpleasant experiences of the world within him.
The right foot dangling over the left foot illustrates that in order to live a successful life one should utilize knowledge and wisdom to overcome emotions.
Lord Ganesha is shown sitting on the rat. This rat is the symbol of our senses, which are never satisfied like a rat who never gets satisfied and keeps on nibbling everything. Similarly our senses always crave for new things & a wise man should control his senses like Lord Ganesha-Vighnaharta Pendant.
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