Origin of Ganeshfrom Sanskrit Ga?e?a, lord of the ganas, or attendants of Siva
The god of wisdom and the remover of obstacles, son of Shiva and Parvati, depicted as a short fat man with an elephant's head.
Origin of GaneshHindi Ga&nlowdot;eś from Sanskrit Ga&nlowdot;eśah from ga&nlowdot;eśah master of throngs ga&nlowdot;ah throng, group of followers īśah master ( from ī&slowdot;&tlowdot;e īś- he rules over ; see aik- in Indo-European roots.)
- Many of the yoga bottoms are embellished with symbols for lotus, chakras, and the Hindu diety Ganesh.
- A common statue used is that of Lord Ganesha (Ganesh).
- Save between 1404 and 1442, when it was the seat of an independent raj, founded by Raja Ganesh, a Hindu turned Mussulman, Dinajpur has no separate history.
- GANESA, or Ganesh, in Hindu mythology, the god of wisdom and prudence, always represented with an elephant's head possibly to indicate his sagacity.