Ganesha


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Synonyms for Ganesha

Hindu god of wisdom or prophecy

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6 ( ANI ): In a surprising turn of events, Lord Ganesha has been issued an admit card by a university in Bihar and if everything goes smooth then he will write the examination on behalf of an undergraduate commerce student.
The Advertising Standards Bureau dismissed complaints, saying Lord Ganesha was depicted positively and that the advertisement's intent was to be inclusive.
The president of Nevada's Universal Society of Hinduism said it was "disrespectful" for alcohol companies to use Ganesha, a popular idol with an elephant's head and four arms, for commercial purposes or any other means besides worship as it "hurts the devotees" or people following Hindu practices.
Specialising in north Indian cuisine, the menu offers a wide selection of starters ranging from favourites such as aloo tikki to the Ganesha tandoori selection - a platter of murgh malai, archari chicken tikka, tandoori chicken, rampur sheekh kebab and barrah kebab.
Sharma says the bodies were recovered Thursday, a day after thousands of devotees thronged the river banks celebrating the birth of Ganesha, who is widely worshipped as the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune.
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Students and teachers with knowledge of the Hindu religion will recognize the figure shown in this month's Clip Save Art Print as the Ganesha (or Ganesh), one of the most widely worshipped of the five prime Hindu deities, which include Brahma, Durga, Vishnu and Shiva.
The 11-day celebration of the birth of elephant-headed Lord Ganesha draws millions to worship at decorated idols of the god, but the statues are increasingly available to followers via live Internet streams.
The stone statue of Hindu god Ganesha was hidden inside a crate for years but taken to cover the lost fees.
The deity Ganesha is invoked at the beginning of any new venture.
Ganesha, the elephant deity, is often shown sitting in a lotus flower on a bed of swastikas.
Ganesha starts as a boy, unjustly beheaded by the destructive god Shiva.
DUBAI: A woman is so convinced that a chocolate in her fridge resembles the Indian god Lord Ganesha that she has put