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Importance Of Ganesh Puja Before Hindu Weddings | Indian Wedding Tradition

By TGB Desk / On September 13th, 2018

And finally, after all the anticipation, excitement, preparations, shopping for cute Ganesha idols (& patri) and decorating, the big day is upon us! We hope you had a good pooja at your place!
We just logged in to say, that we wish you and your family have a very happy Ganesh Chaturthi! May Lord Ganesha bless us with health, wealth, joy and prosperity!

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As is the custom every year, we are off to pandal hopping. But before that, we thought we will leave you a little something to read. Oh, yes, we know, we know – we are generous that way!
So here is a little festive reading –
Traditional Indian Weddings are our everything. Right from the timeless traditions to effortless elegance, we love every little detail about them. And we are absolutely sure that these age-old traditions will be followed five hundred years from now. One such tradition that Hindus can never do without is ‘Ganesh Puja’ at the start of any festivity. And what better day to know the significance of Ganapati Puja in Hindu weddings than today?

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Meaning of Ganesha

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The word ‘Ganesha’ is a compound that is composed of two Sanskrit words – Gana and Eesa. The word ‘Gana’ means a group or troop and the word ‘Eesa’ means chief or commander. So Ganesha is the commander-in-chief of the troops forming part of Lord Shiva’s retinue.

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Why is he worshipped in weddings?
Ganesha or Ganapati is considered as the deity who removes all the obstacles and provides good luck. So Ganapati puja is performed before any Hindu wedding to bless the about-to-wed couple as they embark on their journey together as man and wife!

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शुक्लाम्बरधरं विष्णुं शशिवर्णं चतुर्भुजम् ।
प्रसन्नवदनं ध्यायेत् सर्वविघ्नोपशान्तये ॥
Happy Ganesh Chaturthi once again !

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Jai Bolo Ganesh Maharaj Ki – Jai!

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