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1. Sri Ganesa Gayathri & Sri Mahaganapathy Sahasra Namam
2. Sri Mahaganesa Pancha Ratnam (Adisankara)
3. Sri Shodasaganapathy Dhyanani
4. Sri Ganesashtakam
5. Sri Ganesa Bhujangam
6. Sri Mahaganapathy Pancharathnam
7. Sri Ganapathisthavam
8. Sri Sankashtanasana Ganesa Stotram
9. Sri Ganesa Sthuthi
When men suffer with mental strains, physical stresses and peacelessness and when no medicine could give relief, the Spiritual path is resorted to and it is effective. Pray your best and leave the rest to God. Prayers through Sanskrit the divine language to any chosen deity accomplishes one’s aspirations and fulfils the demand of the soul and acts as the healing agent to any problem concerning the physique or the psyche!
Here are some prayers to Lord Ganesa, the God of Knowledge and the remover of obstacles. His form represents the symbol OM. He is the son of Lord Siva. He is also called Vinayaka or Vigneswara He is worshipped, in the beginning of any endeavor for its successful completion and for securing His blessings.
He has four hands, elephant’s head and a big belly. His vehicle is a tiny mouse. In his hands he carries a rope (to carry devotees to the truth), an axe (to cut devotees’attachements), and a sweet ball (to reward devotees for spiritual activity). His fourth hand’s palm is always extended to bless people. A unique combination of his elephant-like head and a quick moving tiny mouse vehicle represent tremendous wisdom,
Intelligence and presence of mind. Listening to the prayers and thereby gaining contact with this Super power achieves all our demands and leads to success in all spheres of life.
These are tuned in a spiritual rhythm and recited by. Dr.R.Thiagarajan the Head of the Post graduate and Research Dept of Sanskrit, Presidency College, Chennai with his team Sri.P.S.Raghyraman M.A.MPhil., Sri.P.Bhaktavastsalam, and Sri.P.Jagadeesa Bhat with the technical support of the famous Music Director Sri. Manikkavinayakam.