The Hindu god of wisdom, prudence and prophesy; the remover of obstacles.
the elephant headed god, son of Shiva and Parvati
the very popular and much-loved elephant-headed God, son of Shiva. Called upon as a remover of obstacles, he is the god of wisdom, education, intelligence and prudence.
The elephant-faced God. Ganesha is the Lord and remover of obstacles See starting prayers.
"Lord of Ganas," the elephant-headed son of Shiva and Parvati and the keeper of the thresholds of space and time. He is honored at the dooorway and at the outset of any venture.
God associated with wisdom and knowledge, son of Shiva and Parvati; he is represented with a human body with an elephant head and trunk that often plunges into a bowl (symbolising the quest for knowledge).
The first son of Lord Siva and Parvati. He has the head of an elephant and removes obstacles for those who worship him.
Hindu god of success.
à¤—à¤£à¥‡à¤¶ elephant-headed Hindu god with traits similar to the vidÃ»shaka: fondness for modaka, big-bellied ( mahodara), presided over by OMkÃ¢ra, crooked-trunk matching the clown's kutilaka.Ã¢ the worldly emotion ( sthÃ¢yi-bhÃ¢va), underlying the aesthetic sentiment of humor ( hÃ¢sya), that expresses itself through smiling or laughter. HÃ¢sa is not a 'simple' unitary emotion but a binary structure constituted by the mutual neutralization of two opposing emotions.
Ganesha or Ganapati is an extremely popular God in India. People mostly worship Him asking for success in undertakings, and intelligence. He is worshipped before any venture is started. He is also the God of education, knowledge and wisdom, literature, and the fine arts.
In Hinduism, Ganesha ("lord of the hosts," also spelled Ganesa and sometimes referred to as Ganesh in Hindi, Bengali and other Indian languages) is a son of Shiva and Parvati, and the husband of Bharati, Riddhi and Siddhi. In art, he is depicted as a pot bellied yellow or red god with four arms and the head of a one-tusked elephant, riding or attended to by a mouse. Typically, his name is prefixed with the Hindu title of respect, 'Shri.'
Ganesh, Ganupati, Ganapati A Hindu deity portrayed with an elephant's head - a sign of strength. The deity who removes obstacles.
Hindu god of wisdom or prophecy; remover of obstacles
Elephant-faced God who is considered to be the remover of all obstacles. He is the offspring of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva
A Mahadeva or great God created by Lord Siva to assist souls in their evolution. The elephant-faced Patron of Art and Science, first Son of Siva, Remover of Obstacles.
In Hinduism, Ganesha (Sanskrit:; ; ) is one of the most well-known and venerated representations of God. He is called by many other names, including Ganapati and Vignesha ("Lord of Obstacles"). The popularity of Ganesha is widely diffused, even outside of India.For a review of Ganesha's geographic spread and popularity outside of India see: Nagar, Shanti Lal.
Montreal musicians. Formed in early 1996 under several ridiculous names, the group finally settled upon Ganesha after the two mainstays viewed a large mural that incorporated the Hindu deity in a New York museum. The band plays to tape, "writes" no music, and performs no live shows.