The Ganesha Namaavali is one of the most popular mantras of Lord Ganesha. It is a religious hymn that is solely devoted to Lord Ganesha. The worshippers of the deity chant this sacred hymn on a daily basis for acquiring positive results and abolition of various impediments. Further more the recitation of the Namaavali also helps a devotee to attain success in important works and projects. Lord Ganesha is the son of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva. He is also the elder brother Lord Kartikeya (Skanda). Ganesha, also known as Ekadanta, Ganapati, Vighneshvara and Gajanana, is regarded as the Remover of Obstacles and Lord of Beginnings.
The Ganesha Namaavali can be recited in the following manner
Aum Sumukaaya Namah
Aum Ekadantaaya Namah
Aum Gajakarnakaaya Namah
Aum Lambodaraaya Namah
Aum Vikataaya Namah
Aum Vignarajaaya Namah
Aum Ganaati Paayanamah
Aum Dhumra Ketave Namah
Aum Gana Dhyakshaayanamah
Aum Phala Chandraayanamah
Aum Skanda Poorvajaya Namah
Aum Soorpa Karnaayanamah
Aum He Rambhaaya Namah
Aum Gajananaaya Namah
Aum Sri Mahagnapataye Namah
Aum Shanti Shanti Shantih
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(Last Updated on : 28-11-2012)
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