Vinayak — Sri Ganesha Kavacham — Sanskrit

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Title: Vinayak
Album Ref Number: SA VCD 5001
BAR CODE: 823524050012

Lord Ganapati is a powerful and popular God. He is worshipped in Temple’s shires and in hours. His grace is sought while making any auspicious beginning of any endeavor. He is called Vigheshwara, the Lord of and destroyer of obstacles. People mostly worship Him asking far siddhi, success in undertakings, and buddhi, intelligence. He is also the God of education, knowledge and wisdom, literature, and the fine arts, in reality. He is Brahman. Ganapati represents the mystic symbol «OM» (AUM). Ganapati worship was popularized even by Adi Shankara.

Here are some prayers seeking favours from ganapati through he divine language, Sanskrit. This Compact Disc comprise of Sri Ganapati Gayatri, Ganapati pratsmaranam, Ganapati Suprabatham, Sir Ganesha kavacham, Ganesha Ashtakam , Ganesha Navarnaya Stuti, Ganesha Shodasanamani, Sri Ganesha Mantra Sharavali Stotram Shankatanashana Stotram sri Mayureswara Ganapati Stotram, Sri Ganapati Runahara Stotram, Sri Ganayakashtakam, Sri Santaana Ganapati Stotram, Sri Duhkha Mashaka Ganesa Stotram, Visvasaara Tantra Mahaganesh Kavacham. Trilokyamohana Mahaganesha Kavacham. Sri Mahaganapati Taalam, Sri Ganapati Atharva Seershopanishad, Ganapati Dhyanani, Sri Ganesa pancharatnam, Sri Ganapati Hrudayam and Sri Managanapati Mangalam.

This hymn explicitly requests Lord Ganesh’s protection for every body part, for one’s life, loved ones, home, assets and one’s very existence.
If you chant this in the morning, noon and evening,
no problems will beset you
whoever chants this
his/her body
will be rid of diseases
and will endure

Ganesh devotees should recite the Vinayaka kavacham hymn and beseech Lord Ganesh to protect them. They should recite it a minimum of 3 times a day, but Siddhas suggest 12, 21, 30, 51, 108, 1008 and 10008 or more times a day for ardent devotees.

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