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In this post, let us understand the meaning and recite this Ganesha sloka.
Gajaananam bhuuta gannaadi sevitam
Kapittha jambuu phala saara bhakshitam
Umaa sutam shoka vinaasha kaarannam
Namaami Vigneshvara paada pankajam
I pray to Sri Gajananam, with an elephant face, who the Bhuta Ganas serve and everyone else too,
Who eats the core of wood apple and rose apples,
Who is the progeny of Goddess Parvati and the God who destroys sorrow,
I fall at Vigneshwara’s lotus feet, as you are the God who removes obstacles.
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Let us all invoke the blessings of God Ganesha by chanting this Ganesha sloka.
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