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  • Brass Kuthu Vilakku - 7 x 3 Inches | Karaikudi Annam Design Deep/ Brass Lamp for Pooja/ 200 Gms Approx

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  • Brass Lamp - 5 x 2 Inches | Karaikudi Kuthu Vilakku/ Pirai Deepam/ Diya for Pooja

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  • Brass Lamp - 7 x 3 Inches | Karaikudi Kuthu Vilakku/ Pirai Deepam/ Diya for Pooja

    Original price Rs. 440.00 - Original price Rs. 440.00
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  • Brass Lamp - 10.5 x 4 Inches | Karaikudi Kuthu Vilakku/ Pirai Deepam/ Diya for Pooja

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Giri provides a wide choice of spiritual and religious items, especially for celebrations like Ganesh Chaturthi. Giri offers a wide range of ganesh chaturthi puja items that adhere to ancient customs while also adding to the festival environment.

Ganesh Idols and Statues

Giri offers Ganpati idols in a variety of sizes and materials, including traditional clay (shaadu maati) and metal (brass, silver-plated) idols.

Ganpati Puja Samagri

Giri sells specially curated vinayaka chaturthi pooja samagri such as agarbatti (incense sticks), camphor (kapur), diya (light), sandalwood paste (chandan), kumkum (vermilion), and other materials used in the ritualistic worship of Lord Ganesha.

Ganesh Chaturthi Decoration Items

Giri provides a variety of ornamental things to enhance the celebratory atmosphere, including torans (door hangings), rangoli stencils, and festive banners featuring images of Lord Ganesha.

Pooja Books and Literature for Vinayaka Chavithi

Giri Store offers a variety of books, literature, and instructions to help people better understand the customs and significance of Ganesh Chaturthi. These resources provide insights into the festival's mythology, customs, and practices, which deepen the spiritual experience.

Return Gifts for Ganpati Decoration

Giri provides wonderful return gifts for Ganesh Chaturthi, such as small Ganesh idols, incense holders, elegant diyas, religious books, handcrafted boxes, puja accessories, torans, eco-friendly presents, traditional sweets, and silver coins. These high-quality, traditional products show gratitude and brighten festive occasions.

FAQ

Why is Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated?

Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the birth of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed god of wisdom, prosperity, and good fortune. According to Hindu mythology, Ganesha is the remover of barriers and the deity of new beginnings. The festival includes elaborate rituals such as the installation of Ganesha idols, prayers, and offerings, as well as big processions, cultural events, and communal celebrations, all of which symbolize the removal of obstacles and the arrival of prosperity and success.

When is Ganesh Chaturthi 2024?

Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated on Monday, September 9, 2024. The event normally lasts ten days, culminating with Anant Chaturdashi, also known as Ganesha Visarjan, when the idols are immersed in water.

How many days can we keep the Ganesh idol?

There are many different customs and personal practices that determine how long a Ganesh statue can be preserved. Common durations are one day (Ganesh Chaturthi), three days, five days, seven days, ten days, and eleven days. Each phase usually includes daily rituals and prayers, followed by the immersion (visarjan) of the deity in water.

Why is Ganesh thrown into the water?

During Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, the immersion of the Ganesh idol in water, known as visarjan, represents the cycle of birth and rebirth in Hindu philosophy. Lord Ganesha, the remover of barriers and the god of new beginnings, is said to return to Mount Kailash, his celestial dwelling, following the festival. Immersion is a ritual act of farewell to the deity, with prayers for his fast return the following year, bringing new blessings and prosperity.

Who is the wife of Ganesha?

In Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha has two wives: Siddhi and Riddhi. Riddhi denotes affluence, but Siddhi represents spiritual strength and intellect. They are claimed to endow worshipers with prosperity, success, and wisdom. Ganesha also has two sons, Shubh (Auspiciousness) and Labh (Profit), from his marriages to Riddhi and Siddhi.

Which food is Ganesha's favourite?

Ganesha's favorite dish is modak, a sweet rice or wheat flour dumpling filled with jaggery, coconut, and spices. Modaks are particularly cooked and offered to Ganesha on Ganesh Chaturthi. various favorite delicacies include laddu and various sweets, which are frequently served to him during prayers and celebrations.

What are the benefits of Ganesh Chaturthi?

Ganesh Chaturthi supports spiritual development, cultural preservation, and community bonds. It encourages philanthropy, promotes environmentally responsible practices, teaches children about customs, and gives joy and celebration. The celebration promotes dedication, unity, and environmental awareness, thereby enhancing lives and preserving values.

What are the best Ganesh Chaturthi recipes?

The sweet dumplings with coconut-jaggery filling called Modak, the sweet stuffed flatbread called Puran Poli, the savory dish called Rava Sheera, the sweet coconut balls called Coconut Ladoo, the rice flour rolls with coconut-jaggery filling called Patholi, the gram flour sweets called Besan Ladoo, and the steamed modak with sweet filling called Ukadiche Modak are among the best Ganesh Chaturthi recipes.