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Lord Ganesha is worshiped in every nook and corner of India. The remover of obstacles, Lord Ganesha is widely worshiped in Maharashtr and southern states of India. Ganesha is commonly known as Ganpati, Vighneshvara or the elephant head Lord. The name Ganesha came from the Sanskrit word Gan (meaning a group, multitude) and Isha (meaning lord or master). Ganesha has 108 names and each avatar of this Lord is worshiped in different parts of India. All these names conveys a different meaning and symbolises a different aspect of Ganesha . So, here is the list of different names of Lord Ganesha. Few Names Of Lord Ganesha: Ganapati: It is one of the common names of Lord Ganesha. Ganapati means the Lord of all Ganas (Gods). Gajanana: As Lord Ganesha has an elephant head, this name has been given to describe Him. Mangalamurti: It is another name of Lord Ganesha which means all auspicious Lord. Mangalamurti is used to bring positivity and good luck. Vakratunda: The elephant head Lord is also known as Vakratunda, the curved trunk lord. Siddhidhata and Siddhivinayaka: These two names of Lord Ganesha signifies the Lord who is the bestower of happiness. Vinayaka: Lord Ganesha is also known as a Vinayaka, Lord of All and the remover of obstacles. Ekadanta: If you take a closer look at the idol of Lord Ganesha, you can see that He has only one tusk. That is why, Ganesha is also known as Ekadanta, single tusked God. Nandana: As Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva, he is also known as Nandana. Omkara: Lord Shiva is worshiped with the common mantra, Om. Few devotees consider Lord Ganesha as a part of Shiva, so He is known as Omkara. Pitambara: Lord Ganesha is also known as Pitambara, who has a yellow coloured body. Prathameshwara: According to the Hindu calendar, Ganesha festival is celebrated first every year. As He is the first amongst all Gods, Ganesha is also known as Prathameshwara. Yagnakaya: Any puja or hawan is incomplete without worshiping Lord Ganesha. So, Yagnakaya is the Lord who accepts all sacred and spiritual offerings. These are few common names of Lord Ganesha. Ganesha is also available in different colors. Each Lord Ganesha of different colors has its own importance in our hindu mythology.May be of different names or of different colours , Establishment of Lord Ganesha in our home in right direction brings prosperity and happiness in our life.
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