Bhakti Sangeet | Aarti to Shri Ganesha

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Aarti to Shri Ganesha, an Indian traditional praise to Shri Ganesha. Music by Victor Vertunni.
France, 2008

About Shri Ganesha

The presiding deity (or role model) for the Mooladhara chakra is Shri Ganesha, the child with the head of an elephant. He is the embodiment of innocence and he guards the Mother Kundalini and her instrument with great alertness and uncompromising zeal. It is he who informs Kundalini when it is time to awaken and it is his anger, which produces the heat in the sympathetic nervous system (subtle body) if any unauthorized person tries to do so. He is praised as the remover of obstacles – the obstacles, which may occur in the course of the awakening of the Kundalini and the development of one’s realization.

The wisdom of Shri Ganesha is the wisdom of the heart – that is the ability to perceive the true meaning of what people may say or do (i.e. what is really in their heart). Children again naturally have this ability as they often tune in to the feelings and subtle signals rather than the face value of what is said. Shri Ganesha is also the eternal divine child, and he therefore likes to have fun and enjoy. He bubbles with enthusiasm, playfulness and love.

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  • Mahesh Khatri
    Feb 14, 2009
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    I love this bhajan. The description of Shri Ganesha is so soothing, so nourishing and makes you so contented. There are no words to express the joy.



  • Ashok Ganatra
    Mar 20, 2009
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    I like this bhajan



  • Victor
    May 6, 2009
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    So beautiful!
    May Shri Ganesha be praised, again and again.



  • unityspiritq
    Aug 10, 2009
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    how do you litterally belive in a guy with an elephant head? I would assume it would be for metaphor and mythical teaching.



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