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Lord Ganesha is known to be the most worshipped God in Hinduism. He is also the first and foremost worshipped deity in every Puja and Havana. Lord Ganesha is known to be the God who blesses his devotees with wisdom, knowledge, fortune and prosperity. He is one of the most easily pleased deities. It is considered highly auspicious if an individual puts the picture of Lord Ganesha as their wallpaper. The Ganesh ji wallpaper hd tends to make an individual attain the blessings of the Lord. 

If you want to put Lord Ganpati pic HD as your wallpaper, you can find many such amazing 1080p Ganesh images full HD on InstaAstro’s website. You will also be able to do the Ganesh wallpaper hd download there. So, if you want to get the blessings of Lord Ganesha by keeping him near, putting his wallpaper might be just the right thing to do. Let us now learn more about our beloved Lord Ganesha and also about the benefits of putting Ganesh wallpaper for mobile. 

Benefits of Putting Lord Ganesha Image Wallpaper

There are a lot of benefits to placing Ganesh wallpaper. These benefits are as follows: 

  • The individuals get the blessings of the Lord by putting Lord Ganesha images.
  • The individuals are blessed with Wisdom, luck and Prosperity in their life. 
  • The individuals also gain monetary benefits.
  • It brings peace and calmness to the life of an individual. 
  • It also tends to bring stability to the life of the individual. 

Different Names of Lord Ganesha

Did you know that Lord Ganesha is addressed by many other names? Though the most common and popular name for him is Ganeh, but, on the other hand, there are many other names of Lord Ganesha. Let us have a look at some of the names of Lord Ganesha. Some other names of Lord Ganesha are as follows: 

  • Heramba
  • Umaputra
  • Vakratunda
  • Gajanana
  • Bhupati
  • Vighnarajendra
  • Uddanda
  • Vignaharta
  • Bhalchandra
  • Lambodara
  • Gajavaktra
  • Balaganapati
  • Bhuvanpati
  • Mahaganapati
  • Vighnahara
  • Kshipra
  • Sureshwaram
  • Lambakarna
  • Vighnaraja
  • Anantachidrupamayam
  • Ganadhakshya
  • Sarvadevatman
  • Prathameshwara
  • Sarvasiddhanta

Why is Lord Ganesha Called Ekdanta?

Lord Ganesha is called Ekdants as he only has one tooth. But what happened to the other tooth? The story of Lord Ganesha becoming Ekdanta has its roots in the time Lord Ganesha was still a child and was called Bal Ganesh. According to the story in our Vedas, Ved Vyas wanted someone to help him write the Mahabharata Epic, but he could not find one, so he went to Kailasha Mountain to ask Lord Shiva for help. Lord Shiva said that Lord Ganesha could do this task. Lord Ganesha agreed to write the epic but told Ved Vyas to speak to match the speed of his writing continuously. Ved Vyas agreed to this and told Lord Ganesha to only write a word after understanding its meaning. 

Lord Ganesha agreed to this. After this, Lord Ganesha sat down to write. Everything was going smoothly. However, in the middle, his feather, which he was using to write, broke. Lord Ganesha asked Moushak to get another feather for him. However, the feather broke again. Lord Ganesha got angry and thought of ending this problem. He broke one of his teeth and started writing with it so that it would not break and the process of writing would continue smoothly. Ved Vyas was shocked at this act of Lord Ganesha but was also happy to see his devotion to completing the writing task. This was the reason lord Ganesha is called Ekdanta. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati.
The picture of Lord Ganesh with his trunk bent towards the left side is considered to be highly auspicious.
The image of an angry Ganesha with the trunk towards the right side is considered not so good to keep as wallpaper, according to vastu.
Lord Ganesha is known to have 2 wives, namely Riddhi and Siddhi.
Lord Ganesha has only two children named Shubha and Labha.
The planet that is associated with lord Ganesha is the planet Mercury.
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