Here’s Why Ganesh ji is worshiped before doing any auspicious work

In Hinduism, Ganesh ji is worshiped before doing any auspicious work, so that all kinds of hurdle and hindrance are get rid off. He get out the troubles, poverty and diseases of the devotees. It is known to all that Ganesh ji is the son of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati. Bhalchandra means one on whose head the moon is adorned. Moon is representative of the mind. The moon adorned on the head of Ganesha indicates that the calmer the mind and the brain, the more efficient we can do our work.

Do you know why Ganesh ji wore the moon on his head and why one should not see the moon on Ganesh Chaturthi. According to a legend, once the moon ridiculed Ganesha. Ganesh ji had cursed him that you are so proud of your appearance. From today only this form will become the cause of your stigma. A false stigma will definitely be put on anyone who sees you.

After getting this curse, Brahma ji told the moon that only Ganesh ji can cut the curse of Ganesh ji, so you should take shelter of Ganesh ji only. Brahma ji told the moon the method of worshiping Ganesha on the night of Krishna Chaturthi.

In this way, Ganesh ji was pleased with the worship of the moon and asked to ask for a boon. Moon said that everyone can undo my vision, give such a boon. Ganesh ji said that I cannot take back my curse. But the one who sees you on the Chaturthi of Shukla Paksha of Bhadra month will have to face false stigma. Ganesh ji said that I will wear one of your art on my mind. That’s why Ganesh ji is called Bhalchandra.

Read in Hindi: यहां जानिए किसी भी शुभ कार्य को करने से पहले क्यों की जाती है गणेश जी की पूजा