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Vighneshvara

Ga·nesh (g -n sh ) also Ga·ne·sha (-n sh ). n. Hinduism.

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23. The significance of Vinaayaka worship
As Vighneshvara is the Lord of the intellect and Wisdom, He is called Ganapathi. It follows from this that what are called ganas are parts of the human body.
Ein Rundgang durch den Vighneshvara-Tempel
. Tamilischer Hinduismus in Deutschland. Ein Rundgang durch den Vighne§ vara-Tempelin Hamm (Westfalen).
20. Significance of Ganesha Principle
Bhaaratheeyas hail Vighneshvara as; "Oh son of Paarvathi! Master of the Ganas. (Ganaadhipathi).
Sri Subrahmanya Bhujangam
Iyer, Ganesa M., Srimat Sankara Bhagavat Padal's Sri. Subrahmanya Bhujangam , The Little flower Company, Madras,.
SIVA-MAHIMNAH STOTRAM HYMN TO THE GLORY OF SHIVA
namāmi vighneshvara-pāda-pankajam. 0M! Salutations to Parvati's consort, Hara , Hara, Hara, Great God.

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Lord Ganesha the Lord of Success and Freedom
Ganesha is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles and more generally as Lord of Beginnings and Lord of Obstacles (Vighnesha (IAST: Vighne?a), Vighneshvara (IAST: Vighne?vara), patron of arts and sciences, and the deva of intellect and wisdom.

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Ga·nesh (g -n sh ) also Ga·ne·sha (-n sh ). n. Hinduism.
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Vighneshvara Ganpati
Vighneshvara Ganpati means remover of all obstacles from devotees life.

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