Mythological Names of Lord Ganesha and Meanings:

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Names             :              Meaning

Akhurath = One who has Mouse as His Charioteer

Alampata = Ever Eternal Lord

Amit = Incomparable Lord

Anantachidrupamayam = Infinite and Consciousness Personified

Avaneesh = Lord of the whole World

Avighna = Remover of Obstacles

Balaganapati = Beloved and Lovable Child

Bhalchandra = Moon-Crested Lord

Bheema = Huge and Gigantic

Bhupati = Lord of the Gods

Bhuvanpati = God of the Gods

Buddhinath = God of Wisdom

Buddhipriya = Knowledge

Buddhividhata = God of Knowledge

Chaturbhuj = One who has Four Arms

Devadeva = Lord of All Lords

Devantakanashakarin = Destroyer of Evils and Asuras

Devavrata = One who accepts all Penances

Devendrashika = Protector of All Gods

Dharmik = One who gives Charity

Dhoomravarna = Smoke-Hued Lord

Durja = Invincible Lord

Dvaimatura = One who has two Mothers

Ekaakshara = He of the Single Syllable

Ekadanta = Single Tusked Lord

Ekadrishta = Single-Tusked Lord

Eshanputra = Lord Shiva’s Son

Gadadhara = One who has The Mace as His Weapon

Gajakarna = One who has Eyes like an Elephant

Gajanana = Elephant Faced Lord

Gajananeti = Elephant Faced Lord

Gajavakra = Trunk of The Elephant

Gajavaktra = One who has Mouth like an Elephant

Ganadhakshya = Lord of All Ganas (Gods)

Ganadhyakshina = Leader of All The Celestial Bodies

Ganapati = Lord of All Ganas (Gods)

Gaurisuta = The Son of Gauri (Parvati)

Gunina = One who is The Master of All Virtues

Haridra = One who is Golden Coloured

Heramba = Mother’s Beloved Son

Kapila = Yellowish-Brown Coloured

Kaveesha = Master of Poets

Krti = Lord of Music

Kripalu = Merciful Lord

Krishapingaksha = Yellowish-Brown Eyed

Kshamakaram = The Place of Forgiveness

Kshipra = One who is easy to Appease

Lambakarna = Large-Eared Lord

Lambodara = The Huge Bellied Lord

Mahabala = Enormously Strong Lord

Mahaganapati = Omnipotent and Supreme Lord

Maheshwaram = Lord of The Universe

Mangalamurti = All Auspicious Lord

Manomay = Winner of Hearts

Mrityuanjaya = Conqueror of Death

Mundakarama = Abode of Happiness

Muktidaya = Bestower of Eternal Bliss

Musikvahana = One who has mouse as charioteer

Nadapratithishta = One who Appreciates and Loves Music

Namasthetu = Vanquisher of All Evils Vices Sins

Nandana = Lord Shiva’s Son

Nideeshwaram = Giver of Wealth and Treasures

Omkara = One who has the Form Of OM

Pitambara = One who has Yellow-Colored Body

Pramoda = Lord of All Abodes

Prathameshwara = First Among All

Purush = The Omnipotent Personality

Rakta = One who has Red Colored Body

Rudrapriya = Beloved Of Lord Shiva

Sarvadevatman = Acceptor of All Celestial Offerings

Sarvasiddhanta = Bestower of Skills and Wisdom

Sarvatman = Protector of The Universe

Shambhavi = The Son of Parvati

Shashivarnam = One who has a Moon like Complexion

Shoorpakarna = Large-Eared Lord

Shuban = All Auspicious Lord

Shubhagunakanan = One who is The Master of All Virtues

Shweta = One who is as Pure as the White Color

Siddhidhata = Bestower of Success Accomplishments

Siddhipriya = Bestower of Wishes and Boons

Siddhivinayaka = Bestower of Success

Skandapurvaja = Elder Brother of Skand (Lord Kartik)

Sumukha = Auspicious Face

Sureshwaram = Lord of All Lords

Swaroop = Lover of Beauty

Tarun = Ageless

Uddanda = Nemesis of Evils and Vices

Umaputra = The Son of Goddess Uma (Parvati)

Vakratunda = Curved Trunk Lord

Varaganapati = Bestower of Boons

Varaprada = Granter of Wishes and Boons

Varadavinayaka = Bestower of Success

Veeraganapati = Heroic Lord

Vidyavaridhi = God of Wisdom

Vighnahara = Remover of Obstacles

Vignaharta = Demolisher of Obstacles

Vighnaraja = Lord of All Hindrances

Vighnarajendra = Lord of All Obstacles

Vighnavinashanaya = Destroyer of All Obstacles

Vigneshwara = Lord of All Obstacles

Vikat = Huge and Gigantic

Vinayaka = Lord of All

Vishwamukha = Master of The Universe

Vishwaraja = King of The World

Yagnakaya = Acceptor of All Sacred Sacrficial Offerings

Yashaskaram = Bestower of Fame and Fortune

Yashvasin = Beloved and Ever Popular Lord

Yogadhipa = The Lord of Meditation

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