It is an hindu tradition that Lord Ganesha should pray first before any other god/goddess in any festival. It is common sense that people started their new work by Ganesh Pooja. Diwali is a festival of rituals and worship. According to Indian mythology Ganesha is a Lord of intelligence and prosperity. Diwali is a great way to pray together laxmi and Ganesha.

The time of diwali is a supreme time to follow our rituals and traditions. Diwali is a celebration of new desire and hopes to achieve our goals of life. Diwali celebrated in memory of Lord Rama when he was return back after killing Rawana to Ayodhya. Diwali is also a presentable festival of India in all over the world.

Lord Ganesha is a son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Ganesha has an elephant nose so he looks different from others. Worship of Lord Ganesha brings brightness and accomplishment for us. Here is the Aarti of lord ganesha as follows:

Lord Ganesha Aarti Lyrics For Diwali Pooja :

Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh deva
Mata jaki Parvati, Pita Mahadeva.
Ek dant dayavant, char bhuja dhari
Mathe sindur sohai, muse ki savari, Jai

Andhan ko ankh det, kodhin ko kaya
Banjhan ko putra det, nirdhan ko maya, Jai

Pan chadhe, phul chadhe, aur chadhe meva
Ladduan ka bhog lage, sant kare seva, ,Jai

Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh deva,
Mata jaki Parvata, Pita Mahadeva.

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The Lord Ganesh is the first god who worships before any other god or goddess. Ganesha has an importance in our Hindu culture. He is the lord of success and remover of obstacles. He is the older son of lord Shiva and goddess Parvati. His has an elephant head with a belly. He has four hands and his rider is a mouse.

Ganesha is a most major lord to pray before any essential work to be start. According to our Indian mythology his prayer may be good fortunate for the person. He is also known as the destroyer of selfishness and pride. Jay Ganesh Jay Ganesh Deva is a devotional song of lord ganesha. It is soft devotional song. There is a lyric of this song as following.

Lyric of Ganesh Aarti

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