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Mukul Shri Goel is a spiritual writer who highlights how Hindus approach God and integrates lessons from ancient Indian literature with contemporary relevance.
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Tag Archives: Ganesha
In one of Ganesha’s most well-known stories, where he circles his parents seven times and considers it the circumnavigation of the world , Ganesha provides unique teachings for spiritual aspirants by emphasizing the child-like outlook that is desirable for spiritual … Continue reading
Diwali, the festival of light, gives us another major opportunity to welcome the grace of Ganesha in our lives. While Ganesha’s remembrance can grant us learning in the areas of our choice, induce spirituality in our hearts, and rid our … Continue reading
In daily life, Ganesha is remembered in marriages, worships, and auspicious functions so that unforeseen happenings can be prevented. Obstacles may range from the late arrival of the event manager to disagreeable “friends” and relatives and from simple health problems … Continue reading
Followers of the Sanatana Dharma revere Lord Ganesh through two separate yet closely interwoven viewpoints: (1) As the favorite child of Parvati and Shiva who removes our obstacles and blesses us with wealth and intellect and (2) as the Supreme … Continue reading
When Rishi Ved Vyas, on Lord Brahma’s recommendation, requests Lord Ganesha to write the first copy of the Mahabharata at his dictation, Ganesha accepts the proposal on the condition that his pen should not stop even for a moment during … Continue reading