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Om Gan Ganapatye Namah – meaning and purpose

In hinduism on November 26, 2008 at 2:37 pm

This is the mul mantra of Lord Ganesh (also called Ganapathi, Vinayaka, Vigneshwar). This mantra is said to have the power to remove all evil and obstacles.

Origin of the mantra
This mantra was first mentioned in Ganapati Atharvarshisha. Ganapati Atharvarshisha is said to have been written by Atharva Rishi after he had the darshan of Ganapti.

What does it mean?
Om Gan Ganapatye Namah means the devotee bows/ offers salutations to the Lord of the World.

How to pronounce it?
There are quite a few ways over how this mantra should be written, especially its second word ‘gam’. And various authorities stress over different pronunciations.

Here are some ways of pronunciation:

Om gan ganapatye namah
Om gam ganapatye naman
Om gung ganapatye namah

Whatever the pronunciation, the meaning is always the same.

TYPING OM GAN GANAPATYE NAMAH IN 9DOZEN.COM

This mantra removes all evil and obstacles that prevent you from reaching your goals.

Type the keywords ‘evil’, ‘ganapati’ or ‘obstacles’ to find the chant in the search results. Click the add link next to the chant to start your new chant.

Typing this mantra early in the morning can be beneficial. It is one of the best ways to start your day, both for job goers as well as students.

You can also do mental chant and use copy paste method to keep count of your chanting.

Try to type or chant 108 times everyday. And try to do consecutively for 11 days.

Typing the mantra just after bath is very good or very early morning is extremely beneficial.

Start now. There is no better time than now.

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