Bhakti Ganesha is depicted with four hands. It is one of the forms of Lord Ganesha. The mount of Bhakti Ganesha is a mouse (shrew).
Bhakti Ganesha is one of the forms of Lord Ganesha. In the form of Bhakti Ganesha, the Lord is depicted with four hands. Each of His arms holds a different object, namely a cup of payasam, a mango, a coconut and a lump of sugar. In this particular form, the Lord is portrayed with small eyes, a single tusk and white complexion. The Puranas have compared his divine glow with the moon of the autumn season. The vahana or mount of Bhakti Ganesha is a mouse (shrew).
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