Ganesh Mahotsav 2021 : Ganesh festival is being celebrated with pomp across the country. Starting from the Chaturthi of Bhadrapaksha, Ganesh Mahotsav will end on Anant Chaturdashi, ie on 19th September. Meanwhile, devotees across the country worshiped and worshiped him with full heart and attention. It is believed that wherever Ganapati, the God of Riddhi-Siddhi sits, there is never any shortage of wealth, splendor and Ayush. In the idol of the first revered Ganesha, each of his parts has its own interpretation. Their big ears are considered a symbol of hearing and evading danger from a distance, while the long trunk is considered a symbol of power.
Apart from this, the giant head is a symbol of contemplation and thoughtfulness, while each of his arms also analyzes many things. So let’s know what is the secret behind his four arms. Let us tell you that out of his four arms, there is an ankush in one hand, loop in the other hand, modak in the third hand and blessing posture in the fourth. So let’s know what are the signs of his four arms.
Ganesha Ganesh is holding a curb in his first arm, which is a symbol of the fact that it is very important to keep a check on all your desires. Actually it is a sign of restraint on desires.
There is a loop in the other arm of Ganapati, which tells that it is necessary for every person to have restraint and control in his conduct and behavior, so that the balance of life is maintained. Actually the loop is a symbol of control, restraint and punishment.
Modak is placed in the third arm of Bappa. Modak means one who gives mod, that is, pleasure, from which one gets pleasure, contentment. This means that it is necessary to have contentment in body and mind, only then you can get the real joy of life. Just as modak when eaten slowly gives more pleasure to its taste and sweetness and finally you are satisfied when modak is finished, similarly the outer and outer knowledge does not give pleasure to the person, but in the depth of knowledge lies the sweetness of happiness and success. it occurs.
The fourth arm is in the posture of blessing the devotees. The Lord blesses the one who puts the modak as the result of his karma in the hands of the Lord. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi news18 does not confirm these. Please consult the concerned expert before following these.)