Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival celebrated by Hindus especially in the state of Maharashtra. It falls in the month of either August or September. It is the day when Lord Ganesh was born as the youngest son of Lord Shiv and Goddess Parvati.
Lord Ganesh is considered as the god of wisdom and knowledge, he is also known as “Mangal Murti” which means the symbol of prosperity, welfare, happiness etc.
He ends negativity and brings positivity hence every auspicious work and ritual is started after worshiping him.
During Ganesh Chaturthi, people chant “Ganpati Bappa Morya, Mangal Murti Morya” and try to make their deity happy and kind towards them.
Ten Lines on Ganesh Chaturthi in English
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10 Lines on Ganesh Chaturthi – Set 1
1) Ganesh Chaturthi is a Hindu festival which is celebrated every year especially in Maharashtra and Karnataka.
2) Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Shiv’s son Ganesh.
3) Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in the month of August-September every year.
4) In Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesh is “Pratham Pujya” i.e. worshiped first among all.
5) Lord Ganesh is also considered as “Vighna Harta” i.e. one who removes all the obstacles.
6) Prior to starting any big, important and religious work, people first remember Lord Ganesh.
7) In order to get rid of all troubles and obstacles, people worship and remember Lord Ganesh.
8) During Ganesh Chaturthi, people bring Ganapati idol in their homes and worship it with full devotion.
9) Various trusts and societies also set up big ‘pandals’ for worshiping Lord Ganesh in the city.
10) Even famous film stars also celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi and bring Ganapati idols to their home.
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10 Lines on Ganesh Chaturthi – Set 2
1) Ganesh Chaturthi which is also called “Vinayaka Chaturthi” is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesh.
2) Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in the month of August-September as per Gregorian calendar and in “Bhadrapada” according to Hindu calendar.
3) Ganesh Chaturthi is a 10 days long festival which starts from the fourth day of the ‘Bhadrapada’ month and celebrated to worship Lord Ganesh.
4) The history of Ganesh Chaturthi is not known, however it became a prime festival and a public event under the patronage of “Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj”.
5) In the 19th century, after an appeal from “Bal Gangadhar Tilak”, Ganesh Chaturthi was started and was used as a tool of freedom struggle.
6) Lord Ganesh is the second and young son of Lord Shiv and Goddess Parvati, he is also known as “Pratham Pujya” because he is the first god to be worshipped.
7) Lord Ganesh is also known as “Vighna Vinashak” i.e. he is the one who destroys all the evils, obstacles and trouble from his devotee’s life.
8) People bring Ganapati idol and place it in their house for one and half day, 5 days, 7 days or 10 days.
9) Devotees offer “Durva” grass, “Modak” and “Puran Poli” to Lord Ganesh and also distribute it as prasad among the devotees.
10) The main text “Ganesh Atharvashirsh” a portion in “Atharva Veda” which describes about Lord Ganesh is recited by the devotees in their homes and temples.
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10 Lines on Ganesh Chaturthi – Set 3
1) Ganesh Chaturthi is an important Hindu Festival especially celebrated in India.
2) It is believed that Ganesh Chaturthi is the day when Lord Ganesh was born.
3) It is celebrated on Shukla Chaturthi of Bhadra month in Hindu calendar.
4) Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated for about 10 or 11 days.
5) It is mainly celebrated in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, Tamilnadu and West Bengal.
6) People bring the statue of Lord Ganesh and install it in their home with celebration.
7) The statue is then worshipped every morning and evening continuously for 10 or 11 days.
8) Also people decorate a ‘Mandap’ in their society and install the statue there and open it for public.
9) A sweet dish ‘Modak’ is very liked by lord Ganesh so it is distributed to people coming for worship in this Mandap.
10) After the end of the festival, people immerse the statue in ponds, rivers, seas or other water bodies.
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10 Lines on Ganesh Chaturthi – Set 4
1) Ganesh Chaturthi is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi.
2) Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the major Hindu festivals and so is celebrated by Hindus in abroad with same zeal as well.
3) According to the Gregorian calendar, it falls in the month of August or September.
4) The best place to enjoy Ganesh Chaturthi is Mumbai in Maharashtra where a huge excitement can be seen among people.
5) People assume the statue of Lord Ganesh as a very special guest and treat him the best during the festival.
6) The emersion of statue in water bodies makes them polluted so the government has banned immersion of statues made of Plaster of Paris.
7) The people are also aware and they buy only traditional clay made Statues.
8) Some people immerse the statue in small water tanks and after few days they spread that water in the gardens.
9) Lord Ganesh is the symbol of good fortune, wisdom and prosperity.
10) We must understand importance of this festival and also must celebrate it without harming nature.
The famous temple of Lord Ganesh is the “Shri Siddhi Vinayak” temple in Mumbai and during the days of Ganesh Chaturthi, the huge crowd of devotees gather at the temple and worship their deity. Those who believe in astrological aspects they suggest that worshiping Lord Ganesh can remove the malefic effects of “Rahu”, “Ketu”, “Budh”, “Mercury” or “Brihaspati” etc. In a broad sense, people believe that worshiping Lord Ganesh makes their life healthy, prosperous and free from all the troubles and obstacles.