Uncategorized

Manifestation Of Lord Ganpati

Lord Ganapati is the Pratham pujniya as he is worshipped before every auspicious event.

The Ganesh Purana describes 32 forms of Ganapati. In other agamic scriptures also these forms or incarnations are identified. Some Tantric worship these Ganesh incarnations or manifestations.

The Names of the different manifestations of Lord Ganapati are:-

Bala Ganapati

Bala Ganapati is a childlike Ganapati, depicted in red coloured image, bala Ganapati is a four armed Ganesh.

Tharuna Ganapati

Tharuna Ganapati is the Youthful Ganapati. Depicted in red coloured image, tharuna Ganapati is an eight armed Ganesh.

Bhakti Ganapati

Bhakti Ganapati is very dear to devotees and is depicted in grey coloured image. Bhakti Ganapati is a four armed Ganesh.

 

Veera Ganapati

Veera Ganapati represents Valiant Warrior Ganapati, depicted in red coloured image. Veera Ganapati is a 16 armed Ganesh.

Shakti Ganapati

Shakti Ganapati is the Powerful Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Shakti Ganapati is a four armed Ganesh, seated with his consort to his left.

Dwija Ganapati

Dwija Ganapati is the Twice-born Ganapati, depicted in white coloured image. Dwija Ganesh is a four-faced Ganesh with 4 arms. 

Siddhi Ganapati

Siddhi Ganapati is the Accomplished Ganapati and is depicted in golden coloured image. Siddhi Ganapati is a four armed Ganesh.

Ucchishta Ganapati

Ucchishta Ganapati is the Lord of Blessed Offerings, depicted in blue coloured image. Ucchishta Ganapati is a six armed Ganesh with his consort.

Vigna Ganapati

Vigna Ganapati is the Lord of Obstacles and is depicted in gold coloured image. Vighna Ganapati is an eight armed Ganapati.

Kshipra Ganapati

Kshipra Ganapati is the quick-acting Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Kshipra Ganapati is four armed Ganesh bearing a ratna kumbham.

Heramba Ganapati

Heramba Ganapati is the Protector of the Weak and is depicted in black coloured image. Heramba Ganapati is ten-armed Ganesh with five faces, seated on a lion.

 

Lakshmi Ganapati

Lakshmi Ganapati is the Giver of Success and is depicted in white coloured image. Lakshmi Ganapati is an eight-armed Ganesh with two consorts.

 

Maha Ganapati

Maha Ganapati is also called as Great Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Maha Ganapati is a Ganesh with a third eye, 10 arms, bearing a ratna kumbham, with his consort.

 

Vijaya Ganapati

Vijaya Ganapati also called as the Victorious Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Vijaya Ganapathi is 4 armed Ganesh on the mooshika mount.

 

Nritya Ganapati

The Dancer Ganapati (Nritya Ganapati) is depicted in gold coloured image. Nritta Ganesh stands in dance posture.

 

 

Urdhva Ganapati

Urdhva Ganapati also called as the Elevated Ganapati and is depicted in gold coloured image. Urdhva Ganapati is a six armed Ganesh with his consort.

 

Ekakshara Ganapati

Ekakshara Ganapati is also called as Single-Syllable Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Ekakshara Ganapati is a Ganesh with a third eye, seated on a lotus.

 

Vara Ganapati or Varada Ganapati

He is the Boon-Giver and is depicted in red coloured image. Varada Ganapati is a 4 armed Vinayaka with a third eye.

 

Thrayakshara Ganapati

He is the Lord of Three Letters and is depicted in gold coloured image. Thrayakshara Ganapati is a four-armed Vinayak, decorated with Chaamara ear rings.

 

 

Kshipraprasaada Ganapati

He is the Quick Rewarder and is depicted in red coloured image. Kshipra Prasadam Ganapati is a six armed Vinayak.

 

Haridra Ganapati

He is The Golden Ganapati and is depicted in yellow coloured image. Haridra Ganapati is a four armed Ganesh.

Ekadhanta Ganapati

He is also called as Single Tusk Ganapati and is depicted in blue coloured image. Ekadanta Ganesh is a four armed Vinayak.

Srishti Ganapati

He is The Lord of Happy Manifestation and depicted in red coloured image, four armed Srishti Ganapati seats on his mooshika mount

Uddhanda Ganapati

He is the Enforcer of Dharma and is depicted in red coloured image. Uddhanda Ganesh is a 10 armed Ganesh with his consort to his left

Runamochana Ganapati

He is the Humanity’s Liberator and is depicted in crystal image (Sphatika); Runamochana Ganesh is a four armed Vinayak

Dhundi Ganapati

He is also called as The Sought After and is depicted as four-armed. Dhundi Ganesh bears a tusk, a garland, an axe and a gem studded vessel

Dwimukha Ganapati

He is also known as Two Faced Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Dwimukha Ganesh appears with two faces and four arms

 

Trimukha Ganapati

He is the Three-Faced Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Trimukha Ganesh appears with three faces and six arms seated on a golden lotus

Simha Ganapati

He is The Fearless Ganapati and is depicted in white coloured image. Simha Ganesh appears with eight arms (with an arm bearing a lions face)

Yoga Ganapati

He is the Yogi Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Yoga Ganesh appears in the posture of a yogi

Durga Ganapati

He is The Invincible Ganapati and is depicted in red coloured image. Durga Ganesh appears with eight arms

 

Sankatahara Ganapati

He is The Dispeller of Sorrows and is depicted in red coloured image. Sankatahara Ganesh appears with four arms, clothed in blue, seated on a lotus peetham with his consort to his left.