This famous temple is located in Ranthambore Fort and is known as the Trinity Ganesha Temple
In this temple, the postman delivers about a 1000 letters every day
The priest presents all the hand written letters to Lord Ganesha
Rajasthan, August 31, 2017: In today’s era of electronic messaging and social media connectivity, scribbled letters have turned almost superfluous. However, such is not the case in this distinguished Lord Ganesha’s temple.
In this temple, the postman delivers about a 1000 letters every day. The address of the temple reads: Trinetra Ganesha Temple, Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore, Rajasthan, 322021
This popular temple is located in Ranthambore Fort and is known as the Trinity Ganesha Temple. The priest presents all the hand written letters to Lord Ganesha.
It is believed that Lord Ganesha, popularly known was “Vighnaharta” (remover of hurdles) eliminates all the problems of the worshippers and fulfills their desires written in the letters. These letters are then recited by the clerics of the temple.
Marriage invitations are posted 15 days prior so that it can be offered to the deity in time.
One night, King Hammir dreamt of Lord Ganesha, who assured him that all his problems would be resolved. The temple was constructed in the 13th century by King Hammiradeva after Lord Ganesha came to his dream.
While Hammiradeva fought the battle with Jalaluddin Khilji for several years, he ran out of funds and capital.
Right after the dream, King Hammir won the war and constructed the temple devoted to Lord Ganesha in Ranthambore.
The Trinity Ganesha’s temple is the only temple to house Ganesha’s family with idols of his wives- ‘Ridhi and Sidhi’ and his two sons- ‘Shub and Labh’, along with his sawari – mushak (mouse).
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New Delhi, October 19: The Idol of God must be placed in the right place and direction. One must follow the Vaastu Tips or principles to offer prayer to Lord Ganesha On Diwali.
To get the blessings of Lord Ganesha follow these Vastu Tips to place Lord Ganesha Idol in the right place & direction:
Which Ganesha Idol Is Good For: ‘Bring A White Ganesha To Home‘
It is believed that one can attract prosperity, wealth, and happiness by keeping an idol of White Ganesha at home. If you can’t place an idol, even a picture of Ganesha can do wonders for you. Make sure, however, that the Lord Ganesha’s back faces the outside of the house.
Never Place Ganesha Idol in South Direction
It is imperative that you do not put Ganesha in the south direction. Also, keep in mind that Lord Ganesha is nowhere near a bathroom or washroom or adjacent to a bathroom. Do not make such mistakes.
Direction to Place Ganesha-Lakshmi Idols
If there is the best direction to place Lord Ganesha, it is the north-east corner of the house. Other directions where you can place Ganesha idol at home is west or east directions of the house. If a north-east direction isn’t feasible for you, try to place the idol in a manner that you face east or north while offering prayers.
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Where To Place Ganesha Idol In Bedroom
It is generally advised to not keep idols of gods in the bedroom. If you really have to, then place it in the north-east direction and your feet shouldn’t face the idol.
Types of Ganesha Idols
To get rid of sorrow and bring in good vibes, Vaastu experts advise buying Ganesha made out of cow dung. Idols made up of neem trees, peepal, mango attract positive energy and luck. You can also consider turmeric idols as well.
Offering to Lord Ganesha
Place the Lord on a hosted platform and offer a small bowl of rice to get blessings of Ganesha.
Mumbai, Sep 12, 2017: The Catholic Secular Forum (CSF) on Monday raised strong objections to a new Australian advertising campaign featuring revered Hindu and Christians gods and other mythical figures to ‘sell’ its red meat and meat products.
CSF Founder-General Secretary Joseph Dias said the latest advertising campaign by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) is “bad in taste and offensive to all” and sought boycott of MLA and a ban of their products.
The advertisements feature the elephant-headed God, Lord Ganesha, revered in India, Lord Buddha, Jesus Christ, Thor, Zeus and others seated at a table enjoying what is a sumptuous non-vegetarian feast.
The ads have reportedly made an oblique reference to Prophet Mohammed, who is not pictured but is heard excusing himself from the party through a mobile phone call since he has to pick-up a child from daycare.
What has hurt Christians is that the caricature of Jesus Christ who performs what is termed as a ‘reverse miracle’ by turning wine into water so a Grecian goddess, who is a ‘designated driver’ can drive home safely, Dias said.
“We have written to Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj to take note of these ‘insensitive advertisements’ and raise the issue with the top authorities in Australia immediately. We also demand that MLA Chairman Michele Allan and MD Richard Norton withdraw the ads and tender an apology,” Dias told IANS.
Besides writing to Sushma Swaraj, the CSF has shot off emails to Australian Deputy High Commissioner in Mumbai Martin Huber, Indian High Commissioner to Australia Harinder Sidhu and other top officials raising serious objections to the MLA campaign.
“The CSF has always protested against commercial exploitation of religious figures for profit, irrespective of which religion the figures belong to. The MLA ads have hurt not only followers of different faiths, but atheists and agnostics all over,” Dias pointed out.
He termed the campaign as ‘culturally insensitive’ to vegans and communities like Hindus, Jains or Buddhists and said Lord Ganesha is a vegetarian and meat is never offered to him, as depicted in the MLA ads.
Dias warned that unless MLA yanks off the offensive ad campaign and apologises, the global Catholic community would be compelled to boycott its products as “there are many alternatives available worldwide”. (IANS)
Time to welcome Lord Ganesha in our homes has arrived.
Celebrate this Ganesh Chaturthi with lots and lots of Modaks.
Visit Delhi Haat, INA to enjoy this Ganesh Chaturthi with pomp and gaiety.
New Delhi, August 25, 2017: Celebrate this Ganesh Chaturthi with over loaded zeal and vigor at Delhi Haat, INA, as Delhi Tourism in collaboration with M/S Sarvajanik Utsav Samiti is organizing the year’s most awaited 10-days long Ganesh Utsav here, from August 25 to September 4, 2017.
Ganesh Chaturthi is also known as Ganesha Utsav or Vinayak Chaturthi. Lord Ganesha is considered as the lord of prosperity. He is considered as the one removes all the obstacles and brings in the fortune.
Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most sacred and auspicious festivals in Indian culture. This fervor festival commences on the birth anniversary of elephant god of India during the Bhadrapada month of Hindu calendar. It is commemorated by installing Lord Ganesha’s idol at homes or public pandals.
With high festive spirits in their heart, people embellish pandals with colorful flowers and dazzling lights. The music system is also installed to play bhajans and aartis. A traditional ambiance is created by devotees in the pandal.
During the 10-days long Ganesha Utsav, morning and evening prayers are offered to the deity. Vedic hymns and Hindu texts are chanted. The Indian sweet dumpling also called modak, is what everybody waits for. It is the main attraction of this festive season. It is considered as the Lord Ganesha’s favorite sweet. After offering the modak to Lord Ganesha, it is distributed among the people as prasadam. At various places, Langars(community meal) is also organized for the devotees. Others sweets and savories such as karanji, Kheer, Puran Polis etc., also adds more sweetness in this festive season.
Various pandals, also set up tableaux (jhanki) of Lord Ganesha. These tableaux represent some events from the Lord Ganesha’s life. At some places, children and even adults dress up in Lord Ganesha costume to become a part of these tableaux.
At Delhi Haat, INA, a temporary pandal for Lord Ganesha has been setup. Morning and evening prayers are also performed. You can also enjoy the other events in Delhi Haat, INA. Every evening during this festive season, Delhi Haat, INA, will organize cultural shows and performances by the artists of various genres.
“Delhi Haat offers tantalizing glimpses of the vast storehouse of the Indian Culture by holding regional festivals at its open air theatre”, mentioned Delhi Tourism report.
This is a great place to tempt your taste buds with all sorts of dishes. You can relish yourself with these wide variety food stalls in Delhi Haat.
Do visit Delhi Haat, INA to enjoy this Ganesh Chaturthi to the fullest.
How to reach Delhi Haat, INA:
Address: Delhi Haat, West Kidwai Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110023 Nearest Metro station: INA Click on this link to get the exact location on Google maps.