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Ganesha
Devanagari गणेश
Sanskrit transleeteration Gaṇeśa
Affiliation Deva
Abode Ganeshaloka
Mantra Oṃ Gaṇeśāya Namaḥ, Oṃ Gan Gaṇapatayē Namaḥ
Wappen Paraśu (Axe), pāśa (noose) , aṅkuśa (Elephant goad),
Moont Moose
Consort Buddhi (wiceheid), Riddhi (prosperity), Siddhi (attainment)

Ganesha (/ɡəˈnʃə/; Sanskrit: गणेश, Gaṇeśa; About this sound listen ), an aa kent as Ganapati an Vinayaka, is ane o the best-kent an maist worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon.[2]

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  1. "Ganesha getting ready to throw his lotus. Basohli miniature, circa 1730. National Museum, New Delhi. In the Mudgalapurāṇa (VII, 70), in order to kill the demon of egotism (Mamāsura) who had attacked him, Gaṇeśa Vighnarāja throws his lotus at him. Unable to bear the fragrance of the divine flower, the demon surrenders to Gaṇeśha. " For quotation of description of the work, see: Martin-Dubost (1997), p. 73.
  2. Rao, p. 1.