Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha Sharanam Ganesha translation:
„O Lord Ganapati! You are Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesa. You are Indra. You are air and fire. You are the sun and the moon. You are Brahman. You are Bhuloka, Antariksha-loka, and Swargaloka. You are Om.”
Lord Ganesha is one of the most adored deities in Hinduism. Lord Ganesha has the particular distinction that his sacred name is always invoked before any other God’s name in any prayer or puja service.
Ganesha is also known as Vighnaraja or Vighneshvara, the Lord of Obstacles, both of a spiritual and material order. He is popularly adored as a remover of hindrances, though traditionally Lord Ganesha also places hindrances in the path of those who need to be checked.
Ganesha mantras are siddhi mantras, powerful mantras. Each mantra embodies certain specific powers of Lord Ganesha. When recited with the proper rhythmic breathing and genuine devotion, they will yield beneficial results.
In general, these mantras will ward off all evil and bless the practitioner with abundance, prudence, bliss and success on all plains. Evil spirits dare not enter the home or the mind of the practitioner where these sacred mantras are chanted daily.
Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha Sharanam Ganesha Meaning:
The name Ganesha is a Sanskrit compound, combining the words „gana”, which signifies a group, multitude, or categorical system and „isha”, which signifies lord or master. The Sanskrit word „gaņa” when is connected with Lord Ganesha is usual taken to refer to the gaņas, a troop of semi-divine beings that form part of the entourage of Lord Shiva.
This potent mantra invokes the Lord Ganesha to remove every barrier in your life and in your works. By constant meditation on this mantra, all hindrances and blocked spiritual energy in your physical, mental and astral bodies are released. Lord Ganesha brings wisdom and knowledge.
This powerful mantra is recited to achieve inner unity and to merge with supreme knowledge, wisdom, compassion, and peace. Where there is oneness there are no obstacles. This mantra is usually recited at the beginning of all new ventures and projects.