Welcome to Ganesha-Hanuman

This site is dedicated to Ganesha and Hanuman, the two most beloved Gods in Hindu mythology. In the Blog section I share ancient Vedic wisdom. You can find articles on Jyotish, Vedas, Puranas, Mantras and much more. You can download Vedic Calendars Here.  Learn Pronunciation of mantras in the Mantras section. If you would like a Vedic Astrology consultation, please visit Readings section. You can also book a Sujok Therapy session with me. To learn more about this powerful healing modality, go Here.

A Few Words About Lord Ganesha and Lord Hanuman

GANESHA: The elephant headed God. He was faced with gigantic obstacles in his life right from his birth when his head was cut off by lord Siva, yet he is worshiped as the remover of obstacles. He is Ajam (unborn) and yet he has two mothers – Ganga and Parvati. He can bestow detachment yet he has two wives – Riddhi and Siddhi. He is a man but he is also an animal at the same time. He is worshiped as deity of the headless graha (planet) Ketu and yet he has the head of the wisest among the animals – elephant. He has a fat belly and four hands and yet he is Nirvikalpa (attribute-less) and Niraakaar (formless). He is bestower of wealth and yet he rides on a tiny mouse as his vehicle. He is worshiped for abundance as well as for detachment. He is the lord of astrology. He is the scribe of Mahabharata. O’ Lord Ganesha grant us wisdom, abundance and happiness. ॐ गं गणपतये नमः!!!

HANUMAN: In the epic Ramayana, Lord Rama is an incarnation of Vishnu, the Supreme God. His wife mata (mother) Sita is the soul incarnate, the soul that has (temporarily) separated from the Supreme God. Sita (soul) is imprisoned in Lanka (the city of senses) by the 10-headed demon Ravana. Lord Rama needs a Guru incarnate, a messenger, a teacher, a helping hand to release the soul (mata Sita) from the bondage of the senses (Lanka). Hanuman is that teacher, that wise and yet powerful and strong Guru who will release Sita (the soul) from Lanka (senses). But Guru has no astitva (identity) without God. Guru is an ansh (part) of God. Guru is a pratibimba (shadow) of God. Guru is the most beloved servant of God. Hanuman is that servant. Hanuman is the son of wind God and incarnation of lord Siva himself. O’ Lord Hanuman grant us devotion, protection and fearlessness. जै हनुमान ज्ञान गुण सागर !!!