Bhopal, Desk Report. Today is Ganesh Chaturthi and Bappa is sitting in every house. The festival of Lord Ganesha, the giver of Riddhi-Siddhi, is celebrated from Ganesh Chaturthi to Anant Chaudas. Today we will talk about their nature. In this way his father is called Bholenath. But when Shivshankar also gets angry, his third eye opens and even Brahma ji and Lord Vishnu are afraid of his ordeal. Similarly, many rules have to be strictly followed in the worship of Goddess. But Shri Ganesh is the most generous and simple in this matter. His idol can be made in any way. Painters and artists do many experiments on Ganapati in their art and they are not afraid that this will make them angry with Ganesha. Although there is a law and rule for their worship, but instead of being afraid of them, love and goodwill are felt more.
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In the Sanatan tradition, if his trunk is on the right side in the idol of Ganapati, then he is called Siddhi Vinayak. They are mostly installed in temples. On the left side, the idol of Ganapati ji with trunk is placed in the houses. Ganesha has always been a favorite subject for sculptors and artists. All kinds of idols like him are always found in the market.
It is considered auspicious to keep the picture and idol of Ganesh ji at the door of the house as well as inside. This is also one of the reasons that various types of idols like Siddhi Vinayak are available in the market as a show piece. Ganesh idols are found in brass, copper, marble, glass to silver and gold. It is kept from decoration to worship.
Painters have also given many forms to Ganesha with their own hands. The special thing is that the makers of his paintings are not necessarily followers of Hinduism. Art is above every religion and there are many such artists who belong to some other religion among those who have shaped Ganpati ji. Always this simple deity has fascinated the artists.
The image of Ganesh ji is childlike. There is a childlike simplicity on their face, that is why they are very dear to the children. This is the reason why many types of toys have the image of Ganpati. Many such toys are made for children which are the form of Vinayaka. Similarly, they are also in great demand in different accessories. Be it the key chain or the decoration of the car .. their face is visible everywhere.
Ganapati is called Mangalmurti. There is a blessing and a boon in every part of them. This is the reason why they are very dear to women in jewelry as well. Lord Ganesha, the giver of wisdom, wisdom and prosperity, is also molded into the shape of many types of ornaments. It is not only for women, men also reverently wear the shape of Ganpati in a locket, ring or bracelet.
Shri Ganesh is always in trend. Be it reverence or fashion. It is present everywhere. Be it traditional fashion or modern, they can be cherished in any form. This is the reason why they are often engraved on fabric as well. We have seen Shri Ganesh in various outfits and he always looks good in every form.