Ganapati in 11 Forms

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Bal Ganapati
Bal Ganapati is “the Child” God of golden hue. In His hands, He holds a banana, mango, sugar cane and jackfruit. All representing the earth’s abundance and fertility. His trunk garners His favorite sweet, the Modak.
Taruna Ganapati
Eight-armed, Taruna Ganapati, “the Youthful,” holds a noose and goad, Modak, wood apple, rose apple, His broken tusk, a sprig of paddy and a sugar cane stalk. His brilliant red color reflects the blossoming of youth.
Bhakti Ganapati
Shining like the full moon during harvest season and garlanded with owers, Bhakti Ganapati, dear to devotees, is indeed pleasant to look upon. He holds a banana, a mango, coconut and a bowl of sweet payasa pudding.
Vira Ganapati
The “Valiant Warrior,” Vira Ganapati, assumes a commanding pose. His 16 arms bristle with weapons, symbols of mind powers: a goad, discus, bow, arrow, sword, shield, spear, mace, a battle ax, a trident and more.
Shakti Ganapati
Shakti Ganapati Four-armed and seated with one of His Shaktis on His knee, Shakti Ganapati, “the Powerful,” of orange-red hue, guards the householder. He holds a garland, noose, and goad, and bestows blessings with the Abhaya mudra.

 

 

 

Dvija Ganapati
Four-headed Dvija Ganapati, “the Twice-born,” is moon-like in color. Holding a noose, a goad, an ola leaf scripture, a staff, water vessel and a his japa beads, He reminds one and all of the urgency for disciplined striving.

Siddhi Ganapati
Golden-yellow Siddhi Ganapati, “the Accomplished,” is the epitome of achievement and self-mastery. He sits comfortably holding a bouquet of owers, an ax, mango, sugar cane and, in His trunk, tasty sesame sweet.

Maha Ganapati
Accompanied by one of His Shaktis. “The Great,” Maha Ganapati, is red-complexioned and three-eyed. He holds His tusk, a pomegranate, blue lily, sugar-cane bow, discus, noose, lotus, paddy sprig, mace and a pot of gems

Lakshmi Ganapati
Lakshmi Ganapati, the pure white giver of success, sits ranked by Wisdom and Achievement and Gesturing Varada mudra. He holds a green parrot, a pomegranate, sword, goad, noose, a sprig of Kalpavriksha and a water vessel.

Nritya Ganapati
The happy “Dancer,” Nritya Ganapati, is four-armed and golden, with rings on His fingers, holding a tusk, goad, noose and Modaka sweet. He prances under the Kalpavriksha tree, epitomizing exuberant activity and joy.

 

Yoga Ganapati


Yoga Ganapati is absorbed in mantra Japa, His knees strapped in a meditative pose, hands holding a yoga staff, sugar cane stalk, a noose and prayer beads. His color is like the morning sun. Blue garments adorn His form.


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