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Vallabha Ganapati, Form of Lord Ganesha
Vallabha Ganapati is depicted with four arms and holds His trunk a sacred Kamandalu filled with gems. His devotees recite the Maha Vallabha Ganapati Mantra to worship Him.
 
 Vallabha Ganapati, Form of Lord GaneshaVallabha Ganapati, also known as Maha Vallabha Ganapati, is one of the well known forms of Lord Ganesha. In this incarnation, Lord Ganesha is depicted with four arms and holds His trunk a sacred Kamandalu which is filled with gemstones. One of the consorts (Shakti) of Lord Ganesha appears on His left.

The Maha Vallabha Ganapati Mantra is recited by His devotees to worship Lord Vallabha Ganapati. The devotional hymn is mentioned as follows-
Om Sri Maha Vallabha Ganapathi Mantra
Suklam Baradharam Vishnum
Sasi Varnam Chaturbhujam
Prasanna Vadanam Dhyayet
Sarva Vighnopa Santaye

Dhyanam
Vande Maha Ganapatim Madanari Soonum
Vamoru Samstha Vanitha Bhuja
Veshtitangam Valleesa Poorvaja
Mabheeshtadam Asritsnsm
Vaneepati Pramukha Deva Ganarchiangrhim
Leelabajam Dadimam Veena
Sali Gunjaksha Sooktrakam
Dadhaduchishtha Namayam
Ganesa Patumechaka

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(Last Updated on : 04/12/2012)
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