Ganesha Chathurti 2016

Ganesha Chathurti 2016


  • Ganesh Chathurti

    Ganesha Chathurthi 2016

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Ganesh Chaturthi

Live Webcast On 5th Sept 2016 from 4 PM to 9 PM IST

Ganesh Chaturthi marks the Birth of Lord Ganesha which falls on the Hindu month Bhadra. It is also considered as the day when Lord Ganesha comes to earth to give his blessings to the devotees. Ganesh chaturthi is celebrated with pomp and vigour throughout India especially in the southern states of India. Lord Ganesha is the eldest son to God Shiva and Parvathi. During this 10 day festival Clay idols of Lord Ganesha is worshipped and later dissolved in water. Women also offer Lord Ganesha’s Favorite Modakas to get their desires fulfilled.

Lord Ganesha took these 32 forms to bless and protect the devotees from evil forces. Worshipping this 32 forms of Lord Ganesha on this Ganesh Chaturthi 2016 will bring success in all the stages of one’s life. This will protect them from evil holdings and grants happiness in the family. Perform this homa to please the 32 forms of Lord Ganesha and attain success in all the steps of your life.


Coconut smashing ritual is widely followed in India which signifies breaking the negativity and pessimism. This ritual will break all the obstacles in the pathway of one’s success. Coconut’s outer layer is hard and rough but if we break the hard layer one can see the pure edible part inside the shell. This symbolizes the coconut smashing ritual where the outer layer corresponds to the negative aspects and obstacles while the inner layer represents purity and success. So by breaking the coconut in front of God one can eradicate all their hindrances and attain success with God as proof.

Vedicfolks will smash 9 coconuts to Lord Ganesha on your behalf at a power spot which will help you achieve success and fulfill all your desires in your life by destroying the obstacles. It also mitigates your karmic issues.

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