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The 21 Ganesha Names For Prayer - Ganpati 21 Names

The 21 names of Ganesha are used in worship by many devotees. The names are chanted while offering prayers to Ganesha. Chanting the 21 Names of Ganpati helps in desire fulfillment. The 21 Ganesha names are: Gajasya Vighnaraj Lambodar Shivatmaj Vakratund Shurpkarna Kubj Vinayak Vighna Nash Vaman Vikat Sarvdevat Vighnaharta Drumak Sarva Devadhidev Ekdant Krishnapindag Bhalchandra Ganeshwar Ganap Ganapati

Mesha Rasi Color – Mesha Rashi Lucky Colour

There are two shades of red color that is associated with Mesha Rasi. The Mesha Rashi lucky colour are Blood Red and Red. Wearing red color dress and red color stones are good for this rashi people. Please note that some regions and communities have a different color for Mesha Rashi like maganta or other shades of red. Wearing red color dress for interviews, competitions etc are lucky for Mesha Rashi people. For financial solutions, freedom from debt, for attain wealth etc., you can wear Red color stones.

Mahadanapuram Mahalakshmi Temple – Goddess Lakshmi Temple at Mahadanapuram in Tamil Nadu

Mahadanapuram Mahalakshmi Temple is a popular shrine dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi at Mahadanapuram near Krishnarayapuram in Karur District in Tamil Nadu. The most important festival in the temple is the Aadi Perukku which is held on the 18th day of Aadi Masam. History of Mahadanapuram Mahalakshmi Temple Legend has it that Goddess Lakshmi appeared here when demon Andhakasura was chasing her. She took refuge in the land and asked Kurumbas who were residents of the land to protect her. The Kurumbas protected her by invoking Shiva. They broke coconut with their bare head to please Shiva. They did this as coconut has three eyes and Shiva is also three-eyed. Pleased with their devotion, Shiva appeared and killed the demon and protected the Kurumbas and Goddess Lakshmi. Goddess Lakshmi decided to stay here and protect her devotees. It is said that Kurumbas had covered Goddess Lakshmi with wool reared from their sheep. Other Details It is believed that the temp