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Mangal Chauthi: The day of Lord Ganesh


Nepalnews
2022 Mar 22, 10:08, Kathmandu
People gathered at Kamaladi Ganesh Temple Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

Lord Ganesh was born on the fourth day of Bhadra Shukla Pakchya in the month of Bhadra, according to the Mangal Chauthi Puran. As a result, every Bhadra Shukla Chaturthi, is celebrated as the day of Lord Ganesh's birth. Lord Ganesh has been the lord of Chaturthi Tithi since his appearance as Parvatiputra (son of Parvati) on this day.

Sri Ganesh was born on Tuesday, as a result, when the Chaturthi Tithi and Tuesday both fall on the same day, a special devotion of Lord Ganesh is performed to make him pleased. On this day, Lord Ganesh's worship is performed according to the scriptural manner - adoration, singing hymns and chants, recitation of Ganesh Atharvashirsha, story-telling, and so on. Every Mangal Chauthi, many Ganesh temples in Kathmandu are crowded and one of the temples them is Kamaladi Ganesh Temple, where many devotees performed puja and offered sweets to Lord Ganesh.

Kamaladi Ganesh is known as a White Ganesh
Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews
Kamaladi Ganesh is known as a White Ganesh Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

Kamaladi Ganesh Temple, which is also known as White Ganesh, is the most visited Ganesh temple in the Kathmandu valley. From ancient times people have been visiting Kamaladi Ganesh Temple to pray for success. The temple holds regular pooja every morning with flowers, tika (vermillion powder), rice, lights, and other pooja items. In the evenings, the temple has evening aarti, which means offering lights to Lord Ganesh. Elderly people perform bhajan inside temples early morning

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