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Amma, Tell me about...

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We celebrate Ganesha's birthday With so much fun and lots of fanfare. 

His idols are offered to the rolling seas With ardent prayer and tender care.

Lord Ganesha, loved by one and all, Is the divine son of Shiva and Parvati.

And this is the story of how he and His jumbo elephant head came to be!

Vehicles of Gods : Ganesha...
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Vehicles of Gods : Ganesha...

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The fearsome demon Gajamukhasura had got a boon from Lord Shiva that no deadly weapon could ever kill him. So he set out to destroy the devatas. Did he succeed in his evil intentions? How did he end up as Mooshika, the vehicle and constant companion of Lord Ganesha? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser known tale of Ganesha and Mooshika the Mouse in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection.

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Stories of Ganesha Little...

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"Explore the captivating world of Lord Ganesha with this Deluxe Silk Hardbound edition. Immerse yourself in enchanting tales that reveal the wisdom, wit, and wonder of the beloved elephant-headed deity. From his birth to his divine adventures, these stories celebrate Ganesha's role as the remover of obstacles and the patron of arts and sciences. A timeless collection that illuminates the essence of Hindu mythology."

Pop-up Ganesha

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Find out about the life and miracles of Lord Ganesha, in this beautifully illustrated pop-up book and experience his divine power! 

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Gods of India - Ganesha...

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Ganesha removes all obstacles from the lives of his devotees. How did the mouse become his vehicle? What was the competition announced by Lord Shiva? What did Ganesha do to win it? Why is his name taken before any auspicious event?