Shree Ganesh Sanskrit
Lord Ganapati is a powerful and popular God. He is worshipped in Temples, Shrines and in Houses. His grace is sought while making any auspicious beginning of any endeavour. He is called Vighnes wara, the Lord and destroyer of obstacles. He has four hands, elephant’s head and a big belly. His vehicle is a tiny mouse. In his hands he carries a rope (to carry devotees to truth) an exe (to cut devotees attachments) and a sweet ball (to reward devotees for spiritual activity). His fourth hand’s palm is always extended to bless people. A unique combination of his elephant like head and a quick tiny mouse vehicle represent tremendous wisdom, intelligence and presence of mind. People mostly worship Him asking for Siddhi, Success in undertaking and Buddhi, intelligence. He is also the God of education, knowledge and wisdom, literature and the fine arts. In reality, He is Brahman. Ganapati represents the mystic symbol “Om” (AUM). Even Adi Shankara popularized Ganapati worship.
1. Sri Ganapati Gayatri. 2. Ganapati Pratsmaranam, 3. Ganapati Suprabatham, 4. Sri Ganesha Kavacham, 5. Ganesha Ashtakam, 6. Ganesha Navarnava Stuti, 7. Ganesha Shodasanamani, 8. Sri Ganesha Mantra Sharavalli Stotram, 9. Shankatanashana Stotram, 10. Sri Mayureeswara Ganapati Stotram, 11. Sri Ganapati Runahara Stotram, 12. Sri Gananayakashatakam, 13. Sri Santhana Ganapati Stotram, 14. Sri Dukha Mashaka Ganesa Stotram, 15. Visvasaara Tantra Mahaganesha Kavacham, 16. Trilokyamohana Mahaganesha Kavacham, 17. Sri Mahaganapathi Taalam, 18. Sri Ganapati Atharva Seershopanishad, 19. Ganapati Dhyanani, 20. Sri Ganesha Pancharatnam, 21. Sri Ganpati Hrudayam, 22. Sri Mahaganapati Mangalam.
These stotras are recited with devotion by Prof. R. Thiagaram along with his team Sri. Malolakannan, Sivarajan, Sri Karpooram and Sri Bhaktavatchalam with the technical support of the famous Music Director Mr. V.R. Manikkavinayagam.