Ganapati the God of Good Beginnings confers success wealth and knowledge on devotees. Millions of devotees seek the elephant faced lord’s grace before embarking on any endeavor and find their actions capped with victory. Ganapati is the greatest benefactor of humanity.
• Ganapati Helps mortails and celestials to overcome all obstacles and attain victory.
• Ganapati confers wealth and other boons on devotees (Varapradam)
• Ganapati blesses the devotee with spiritual progress being established at Moolaadhara the yogic chakra at the base of the spinal chord.
• Ganapati’s very form represents the Pranava or Omkara the single most potent mantra of the Vedas as such he is extremely powerful.
Ganapati who is also called vinayaka the supreme lambodhara the god with the big belly, Vigneshwara the god who destroys obstacles Vakrathunda god of the curved trunk (signifying removal of illusion) is always well disposed to devotees and confers blessings magnanimously. The vibrations of victory that vinayaka confers are embodied in the masterpieces of great composers like Muthuswami Dikshithar. These have been recorded here by the masters of the magaswaram and thavil the south Indian instruments that spell auspiciousness and of the veena violin and flute instruments greatly suited to reflect the subtle nuances and graces of Carnatic music. This album that brims with potent intimations of Ganapati’s positive vibrations is sure to enliven your life and further your progress.
|01||Vathapi Ganapathim Hamsadhwani||Adhi Dikshithar||Nadhaswaram Jayashankar and Valayapatti||10:48|
|02||Siddhi Vinayaga Nattai||Adi Ramaswamy Sastry||Violin and Thavil Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan & Valayapatti||10:14|
|03||Gnana Vinayaka Gambeera Nattai||Saravanabavananda Nadhaswaram||Dr. Sheik Chinna Moulana||11:02|
|04||Siddhi Vinayagam Shanmuga Priya||Roopakam Dikshithar||Nadhaswaram M.P.N Ponnu Swamy||05:44|
|05||Pahi Pahi Ganapthi Hamsadwani||Roopakam Chidamabaram||Mandolin U. Srinivas||06:57|
|06||Mahaganapathe Kanada||Roopakam Koteeswara Iyer||Veena E. Gaayatri||05:58|
|07||Vinayaga Hamsthwani||Adi Veenai Kuppaiyer||FluteDr. N. Ramani||07:28|