Lord Ganesha Puja: Lord Ganesha defeats the sufferings of all people. It is said that worshipping the first venerable Ganesha with reverence brings happiness and prosperity in the house and the house becomes full of wealth.
Lord Ganesha Puja: On Wednesday, Lord Ganesha (Lord Ganesha) is worshipped with complete law. Lord Ganesha takes delight in the devotees and defeats their sufferings and fulfils the wishes of all. According to Hindu beliefs, it is necessary to worship Lord Ganesha before performing any auspicious work. Lord Ganesha defeats the suffering of all people. It is said that worshipping the first venerable Ganesha with reverence brings happiness and prosperity in the house and the house becomes full of wealth. No worship is complete without him, but do you know where his real head went. His face is gajmukh but where is the real face again.
In the religious scriptures, there is a mention of Ganesha’s actual face going to the moon. Lord Ganesh Gajmukh is known as Gajanan, because his face is of the elephant. This form of Lord Ganesha is unique and very auspicious. You too must have heard and read the mythological episode associated with the becoming of Gajanan of Sriganesh. Let’s know about the interesting mythology of Lord Ganesha’s real head.
There are two mythological stories regarding the birth of Shri Ganesh. It is said in the first story that Goddess Parvati gave birth to Shree Ganesh, at that time, all the Gods and Goddesses including Indra and Chandra appeared with the desire of seeing them. Meanwhile, Shanidev also came there. It is said that where Shani Dev’s vision falls, there is sure to be loss or harm. Due to the sight of Shani Dev, Lord Ganesha’s forehead broke away and went into the lunar mantle. After this, Lord Shankar replaced the child’s head with Gajmukh.
According to the second story, Mata Parvati prepared the appearance of Shree Ganesh with the filth of her body and ordered Ganesha to guard anyone against entering inside until the bath was taken. At the same time, when Lord Ganesha came there and prevented Lord Ganesha from going inside, then inadvertently Lord Shankar got angry and cut off the head of Shri Ganesh, who went to Chandra Loka. Later Lord Shankar installed Gajmukh in place of the severed head to celebrate the angry Parvati. It is believed that the true head of Shri Ganesh is in the Chandra Mandal. According to religious beliefs, 13 fasts of Sankashti Chaturthi are kept throughout the year. By giving Chandradarshan and Arghya on these dates, Lord Ganesha is worshiped and praying for crisis and Mars.