Ganesha Vedic Shloka is a religious hymn that is exclusively devoted to Lord Ganesha, the Remover of Obstacles. It is one of the revered and valued mantras of Lord Ganesha. The regular recitation of Ganesha Vedic Shloka once in the morning removes all potential obstructions. This religious mantra blesses a devotee with success. Recitation of the Ganesha Vedic Shloka also brings happiness and prosperity in the life of the devotees and their families.
The Ganesha Vedic Shloka is mentioned as follows-
Ganaanaam Twam Ganapathi Gam Havaamahe
Kavim Kaveenaam Upamasra Vastamam
Jyeshta Raajam Brahmanaam Brahmanaspatha
Aanashrunvanna Oothibhi Seedha Saadanam
Maha Ganapataye Namah
The Shloka states that Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and is considered as the wisest among the wise. The elephant-faced deity has no comparison. Ganesha is one of the senior Lord of the Vedic mantras. He is the Lord of spiritual faith and the one who listens to the prayers of His devotees. The worshipper recites the Ganesha Vedic Shloka to invite Ganesha to visit his abode and bless him with prosperity.
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(Last Updated on : 02-01-2013)
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