Ganesha is the God of prosperity, good luck and success. Know as the Vighnaharta, Ganesha blesses his devotees with prosperity and fortune. Ganesha Chaturdashi is an important festival for Hindus and is celebrated with fun and frolic all across the India.
Ganesha is the elephant-headed lord, worshiped prior to the beginning of any new work or venture. His name is chanted to gain fortunes and an image of Lord Ganesha is often worshiped before weddings or any auspicious event. People keep the idol or image of lord Ganesh at their doorstep to get positive vibrations in the house.
There are many ways you can impress Ganesha and the easiest way is
worshiping him on a Wednesday with plate full of Modak. Offering sindoor to
Lord Ganesha on Wednesday can help you in eradicating all your grief, pain and
suffering, since Ganesha loves sindoor as well. Devotees of Lord Ganesha
usually place his idol at homes. Keeping Ganesha idol in north east direction
of your house will bring good luck.
Follow these simple tips for a Happy and Safe Diwali An adult should always supervise the use of fireworks by children. Check the area before igniting fireworks to ensure that all inflammable and combustible materials are removed. Follow all safety precautions issued with the fireworks. Use an incense stick to ignite fireworks. They provide a greater and safer distance between your hands and the fireworks. Keep two buckets full of water handy.
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