Ganesh Chaturthi, favorite festival for most people is right around the corner. Unfortunately, just like last years, it is not possible for us to invite family and friends home.
But, can we really skip this festival? No way! We cannot do that.
We will make the best use of this pandemic, staying home and staying safe, we will welcome our beloved Ganesha in this Ganesh Chaturthi. You must be wondering, what shall I do with my kids around? Worry not, here we bring you a set of 5 Gnapathi slokas for kids, with audio, which you can use teach your kids.
5 simple, yet powerful slokas on lord Ganesha with Meaning that bring so much joy and bhakti in your little ones. To make it simple, we have also given the meaning, so you could explain the same and make this festival more wonderful for the entire family.
So, what are you waiting for? Gather around, bring all your family members, listen, understand and sing.
ShuklaAmbaraDharam Vishnum ShashiVarnam ChaturBhujam
Prasanna Vadanam Dhyaayet Sarva Vighnopashaantaye
“O Lord, wearing White colored clothes, is all pervading, has four hands
has a peaceful, joyous face we meditate on you, remove all the obstacles.”
Here, we are praying the Vignavinashaka Ganapati to bless us all with his mighty powers and remove any obstacles in our path. Kids will love this lord ganesh sloka as it is easy and given them power to face anything without worrying about obstacles.
Om Gajaananam Bhoota Ganaadi Sevitam
Kapittha Jambuu phalasaarabhakshitam
Umaasutam Shoka Vinaashakaaranam
“O divine one with the Elephant face, served by the heavenly beings
Who eats the essence of the kaith &Jamun fruits
O Son of Mother Parvati, destroyer of suffering
We bow down to your lotus feet O destroyer of obstacles”
This Ganesh sloka gives us strength to overcome any sufferings in our life. When we know the meaning of anything, it becomes all the more easier to understand and believe and bow to the great one.
Vakratunda Mahakaya Surya Koti Sama Prabha
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva Karyesu Sarvada.
” O bhagavan with a curved trunk, the divine one with huge body,
the one with the radiance of many Suns, please make all my actions trouble free.”
Having a troubled day? Want to have a peaceful day, knowing your lord is always with you? This is the sloka to go to. Simple yet so meaningful. Teach your kids this sloka to have a stress-free day, knowing Vignaraja Ganapati is always there to protect us.
Prannamya Shirasaa Devam Gaurii Putra Vinaayakam
Bhaktaavaasam Smare Nityaayuss-Kaama-Artha-Siddhaye
” We bow to you Sri Ganesha Who is the Deva, to be saluted by bowing the Head, the Son of Gauri, and Vinayaka,
Who is the abode of the devotees, and should be remembered always for accomplishing long life, health, fulfillment of desires and objectives.”
We all have many desires, and as we go on achieving each one, we plan for the next desires. So, this sloka is for our lifetime. Whenever we have desire, we can remember this Ganesh sloka to receive the divine blessings of our lord Sarva Siddhi Pradaya Ganapathi.
Agajanana Padmarkam Gajananam-Aharnisham
Anekadam Tam Bhaktanam Ekadantam Upasmahe
” O bhagavan with the elephant face seeing whom the face of Mother Parvati lights up just like a beautiful Lotus opens up after seeing the Sun
We meditate on you Day & Night, bless us O Single Tusked Lord, giver of plenty boons.”
We all are always looking for boon from our god. Always keeping our desires in front of our God and asking him to fulfill our wishes. What better way to do that then this sloka? This is the perfect sloka to get plenty boons from all our favorite Lambodara Ganapathi.
This year 2020 has not been a very pleasant one for most of us. We are all looking forward for a solution, praying for our God make life as before. From Kalakuteera along with Zedua, we wish you a very happy and prosperous Ganesh Festival.
May this year be kind on all of us and let us pray to the remover of obstacles to bless us by restoring normalcy in all our lives.
We at Kalakuteera, conduct Sloka Classes for kids and adults. Interested one can contact us at + 91 9448833761.
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