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Home>>East India>>Orissa>>Fairs-Festivals>>Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi, Ganesh Chaturthi travel, Ganesh Chaturthi of Orissa, Fair and Festival of Orissa, Orissa fairs festivalsRegion: Throughout Orissa & Western Part of Orissa in Particular
Falls In: Bhadrab Shukla Chatruthi (August - September)
Deity: Ganesha also known as Parswa Devata or the Guardian Deity


Time For the Festivity
The day devoted to the worship of Ganesha, the elephant-headed son of Shiva is known as Ganesha Chaturthi, which is the fourth day in the light half of the month of 'Bhadrab'. Ganesha, the God of the masses is one among the most significant deity in the Hindu pantheon. He is the remover of all obstacles and bestowed of success. His elephant head suggests cool-brain and the steed, rat suggests perseverance; the two qualities that are important to achieve success.

The Guarding Idol
Ganesh Chaturthi, Ganesh Chaturthi travel, Ganesh Chaturthi of Orissa, Fair and Festival of Orissa, Orissa fairs festivalsIn the worship of all other Gods, even of His father Shiva, Ganesha is invoked in the beginning. There is no ritual without a prayer to Him. Almost in every vital shrine of Orissa, Ganesha appears as a 'Parswa Devata' or the guardian deity.

The festival is celebrated with great keenness in all the educational institutions and also in public places. Highly gilded images of the deity are worshipped with great affection. The business communities, especially the shopkeepers preserve an image of Ganesha. They pray to Him daily for their success.

On this day they change the image with a new one and immerse the old in a river or tank

 

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