Ganesh Chaturthi

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Bhavana Pankaj
Ganapati, Shambhutaijasa, Gaurinandana, Gajanana are just a few of Ganesha’s names. We deliberate on some of his names that are also his forms. (Photo courtesy: Rob Hurson/Flickr) From the brief Om Shri Ganeshaya Namah to more elaborate prayers in Sanskrit, Lord Ganapati is honoured numerously with…
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Kritika Goel
  Teeja and Ganesh Chaturthi are among the most popular festivals celebrated during monsoon across Chhattisgarh. Despite the distinct regional associations of Teeja and Ganesh Chaturthi, both the festivals have become an integral part of the festive calendar of the state. Teeja is widely celebrated…
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Anushka Rose
    Randhi cho beti, Baat cho kheti, Kanak chudi dhaam. Bana-pata ke ochha noni, Khindik raho thaan.   The lines from a Halbi song invites the people of village to come and celebrate the season of life giving and nurturing showers. The singer calls out to the hands that have worked and toiled hard…
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M.D. Muthukumaraswamy
Does the Raga Hamsadhwani intrinsically carry the associated meanings of Hamsa, especially when it is employed to render a devotional hymn on Ganesha? It would appear so. (Photo: Pixabay)   It is no coincidence that two of the famous Carnatic music compositions on Lord Ganesha are set in Raga…
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Piyush Garud
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