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rakyat bergitar - 21/07/2011 06:23 PM
#161

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Original Posted By prabuanom
kalo jenis yang panjenengan post itu saya sendiri tidak bisa menjawab mbah, tp kalo dua sisi sayaa da info mengenai bentuk ganesha yang juga memiliki dua sisi pahatan.


Kami ke Arca Ganesha Boro setelah dari Candi Mirigambar dan gagal ke Candi Ampel serta melewatkan begitu saja Candi Nilosuwarno yang dalam kenyataan bertuliskan Situs Aryo Jeding (padahal sudah memiliki data tentang candi ini).
Arca Ganesha Boro ini sangat unik, Arca Ganesha ini memiliki dua sisi dengan pahatan yang berbeda. Pada bagian depan tampak seperti arca Ganesha kebanyakan, dengan kepala gajah dan perut buncitnya yang mudah dikenali. Namun, pada sisi belakang terpahatkan Batara Kala, yang bersosok raksasa menyeramkan dengan mata yang melotot dan posisi tangan mengancam. Hal ini hanya dapat kita jumpai di Arca Ganesha Boro saja (arca dua sisi lainnya, namun bukan Arca Ganesha juga dapat kita temui di Candi Ceto dan di Situs Menggung).



maturnuwun masprabu.. your'e the best..
:2thumbup
ccck - 22/07/2011 11:40 AM
#162

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mangga dibabarkan bli shakehand

saya cuma tahu kalo patah satu artinya adalah kudu pokus dalam menjalankan sesuatu. satu lambang pokus, lambang berahirnya dualisme juga. tp saya bener bener ga tau kenapa yang patah adalah sebelah kanan. mohon penjelasan dari bli cck shakehand. maklum saya masih nubie jd ilmu masih cetek bli shakehand

waduh saya kagak tau mas... karena mas Prabu udah pernah "dialog" dengan Beliau jadi sapa tau pernah tanya... Peace:
prabuanom - 22/07/2011 11:40 AM
#163

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Original Posted By rakyat bergitar
maturnuwun masprabu.. your'e the best..
:2thumbup


maaf belum bisa menjawab mbah shakehand
prabuanom - 22/07/2011 11:46 AM
#164
32 form ganesha, bentuk ke 10 "kshipra ganapati"
Kshipra Ganapati

Spoiler for kshipra ganapati
Ganesha kavacham


Handsome, red-hued Kshipra Ganapati, "Quick-acting" giver of boons, displays His broken tusk, a noose, goad and a sprig of the kalpavriksha (wish-fulfilling) tree. In His uplifted trunk He holds a tiny pot of precious jewels.


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Ganesha kavacham

Among the 32 forms of Hindu God Ganesha, Kshipra Ganapati is the form that satisfies a devotee immediately. The belief is that Kshipra Ganapathi gives boons and blessings immediately. The Kshipra Ganapati Mantra is

Dantakalpalata pasharatna kumbhanksho jvalam!!
Bandhooka kamaniyabham dhyaayeth kshipraganadhipam!!

Kshipra Ganapati is depicted as having four hands. The body color is red. The hands hold goad, broken tusk, a branch of kalpa Vriksha and bunch of flowers. The trunk is shown as holding a kalash.

A major belief is that this form of Ganesha is immediate in all his actions. He grants long life, fulfills desires and provides peace and prosperity. His anger too is immediate and those following Adharma are punished quickly.

Kshipra Ganapati form is worshipped at Kannyakumari and also at Jyothir Maheshwara Temple in Srirangapattinam in Karnataka.

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prabuanom - 22/07/2011 11:48 AM
#165

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Original Posted By ccck
waduh saya kagak tau mas... karena mas Prabu udah pernah "dialog" dengan Beliau jadi sapa tau pernah tanya... Peace:



wah ngeri ah nanya nanya bli, saya cuma pernah dimimpiin bli. bukan komunikasi bli. hehehe emangnya saya siapa bli bisa komunikasi dengan beliau. saya kan cuma orang biasa bli shakehand
prabuanom - 22/07/2011 12:32 PM
#166
Ganesh and Vinâyakî
Vinâyakî is a feminine form of Ganesh; she has a elephant head and female breast. Only a few such representations are known in India, about thirty only, for instance :

In Uttar Pradesh à Rikhian, Banda district : stone lintel (10 th, century, Pratîhâra period)

In Madhya Pradesh :

In Udayapur, north of Vidisha; in this place, Vinâyakî and Vinâyaka (11 th century, Paramâra period) are represented together, which is a quite unique feature
In Bheraghat, near Jabalpur, a 11 th century Vinâyakî is locally named Shri Aingini (photo )
In Suhania, Morena region (10 th century, Pratîhara period)
Coming from Satna,but on display at the Indian Museum in Calcutta, a notable Vrishaba (photo ), cow-headed goddess (particular form of Durgâ, with eight arm, 10 th century, Chedi period); a very nice small seated Vinâyakî, with four arms, is located at the feet of this large Vrishaba

In Orissa :

In Hirapur, near Bhubaneshwar (10 th century, East Ganga period)
In Ranipur Jhariyal (10 th century, East Ganga period)

In Maharashtra, Aundha Nâganâtha (Parbani district), 13 th century

In Tamil Nadu, where she got tiger feet (Vyâghrapâda Vinayakî) in

Chidambaram
Madurai
Suchindram

Specialized books give the description of other Vinâyakî images in the following locations :

A 16 th century bronze, Shirali museum (Karnataka)
A 17 th century Maharashtra bronze, Lucknow museum
A 17 th century Kerala bronze, Staat Museum fur Völkerkunde de Munich (Germany)

This goddess is again marked out in Gujarat, in Bihar, in Assam.

This feminine Ganesh forms have been discovered in circular enclosure called 64 Yoginî (Chaushasthi Yoginî) enclosures or temples. Eighteen such Yoginî temples have been indexed in Inde and Sri Lanka.

Several names are known for these Ganesh feminine forms : Vinâyakî of course, but also Ganeshânî, Gajânanâ, etc.

Who is Vinâyakî ? Ancient texts consider her as one of the 64 Yoginî, or even one of the Saptamâtrikâ. We need to read the Purâna to get a rough idea about the role of this goddess.

According to the Silpasâra, document in which the Yoginî are presented as terrifying Durgâ consorts, the description explain thjat some Yoginî feed with dead bodies, other stare on you at night like devils; moreover, other look like demons with awful eyes and the hair drawn up on the head.

To summarize, Vinâyakî is obviously the Shakti of Ganesh/Vinâyaka, that is to say the creativeness of the god. On the contrary, the other consort goddesses like Buddhi, Siddhi, Riddhi, Pushti, Nîla Sarasvatî), may be considered as his wives. They have a human body and a seducing face.

The Vinâyakî iconography is similar to the Ganesh one; for instance, she is represented with two or four arms, standing or seated, sometimes she is dancing. More complicated forms are unknown. Emblems are the same as Ganesh emblems; however Vinâyakî can bear a vînâ. Her hands can show the abhaya or the varada mudra .

For J. Herbert, the Ganesh Shakti is diversely represented. Sometimes, she is a twin figure, one is Buddhi (supra mental power of unerstanding), the other is Siddhi (higher cleverness and superhuman power both) or Riddhi (perfection); these goddesses are represented with normal human bodies. In esoteric situations, the Shakti is named Ganeshânî, represented with an elephant head and a woman body. Ganesh embraces her tenderly close by him. Most probably, Herbert speaks abput the twin japanese Ganesh.

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prabuanom - 22/07/2011 12:34 PM
#167
Ganesh and the Saptamâtrikâ
In the Hinduism, the seven (sapta) Mâtrikâ (Mothers) are divine images. In a few places, like Elephanta, near Mumbai (Bombay), they are eight in number (ashta).

The Mâtrikâ's seems to be complex. Their nature is ambivalent : in the Varâha-Purâna, it is said that they have been created by Shiva and other gods in order to fight an unconquerable devil, Andhakâsura. Every blood drop oozing from his wounds and falling on the ground was immediately transformed in a new Asura adverse to gods. Then, the Shakti bustled themselves to collect the demon's blood before it could reach the ground. Then Andhakâsura died. But, the legend reports that each of these Shakti was the symbol of one of the eight "bad mental feelings".

In course of time, the symbolic meaning of the Mâtrikâ has progressively changed; being initially malevolent deities, they became benevolent and protector. Indeed, a very long time ago, the Mothers were connected, in the popular believes, with the event of usual diseases, like smallpox, typhoid, cholera. To avoid these deseases, the only solution was to obtain the Mothers goodwill, giving offerings and sacrifices to them.

The present popular conviction, among lowest castes and out-casts, still assigns a considerable importance to the Mothers who shield them from such ilnesses. For instance, Maryamma for the smallpox, is prayed in a small temple near the Swayambunath temple (Kathmandu, Nepal).

Incorporated in the divine idols venerated by brahmanism, the Mâtrikâ were progressively considered as female counterparts and personnified Shakti (Creation Power) of the Vedic gods. According to some authors, they are also forms derived from the Chandî goddess.

These forces, Shakti of main gods, share their iconography and equally own particuler mounts and emblems. The following frame give the symbols attached to the Mâtrikâ.

In the Harivamsha, one can find prayers adressed to the Mâtrikâ, imploring them to protect the children, as if they are their true mothers. For this reason, the Mother icons are sometimes depicted with a child seated on their laps (see in Ellora, for instance) or standing nearby.

According to a 11 th century text, the Ishâna-Shiva-gurudeva-paddhati, Ganesh invoked as Vinâyaka is able to preserve children from malevolent evils; then, he removes all the obstacles which could prevent the cult rendered to the Mothers. Because of that, the god is viewed as patron of the Mâtrikâ. Accordingly, Ganesh is often represented whis them in the Shiva temples. We must also remember (described in the Vâmanapurâna) that, after the Ganesh birth, Shiva requests the Mâtrikâ and the awfull dead spirits to serve the son of Pârvatî at all times.

The Suprabhedâgama explains that Ganesh must be standing up when he escorts the Saptamâtrikâ. However, most often, we find him seated and even dancing. He is generally at the very left side of the group, nearby Chamundâ. This arrangement is also found in Ellora in the caves nb. 14, 16, 21 et 22 (end 6 th to 8 th century).

Alike the Mothers, Ganesh can provoke a lot of hindrances to anybody. Therefore, it is compulsory to propitiate the god and to supplicate him to remove the obstacles. Actually, and this point is many times emphasized in the texts, Ganesh must be auspicious before the cult to other gods is started. This is why the Gobhilasmriti demands to begin every ritual by a preliminary invocation to Ganesh and the Mothers.

Ganesh near the Saptamâtrikâ is found rather frequently in the Deccan peninsula, in Orissa, in Bengal, but mainly in Tamil Nadu. A few locations only are reported here :

Aihole (Ravana Phadi ceve), 6 th century, Chalukya period (Karnataka)
Pattadakal (Galaganath temple), Chalukya period (Karnataka)
Tiruttani (Virattanesvara temple), Pallava period (Andhra Pradesh)
Kanchipuram (Kailashanath temple, photo 1 and photo 2 ), Pallava period)
Bhubaneshvar (Parashurâmeshvara temple), East Ganga period (Orissa)
Khajuraho (Vishvanatha temple), Chandella period (Madhya Pradesh)
Osian, Gurjara-Pratihâ,ra period (Rajasthan)
Ellora, Râmeshvara cave, calle cave 21 (other carvings representing the Mothers are situated in the cave 14 - Ravana cave -, and in the Kailasha temple - cave 16), Rashtrakuta period (Maharashtra)
Kanchipuram (Kailâsanâtha temple), 7 th century, Pallava period
Vadodara (Museum) : Ganesh and Châmundâ from Tintoi

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soang - 22/07/2011 12:36 PM
#168

thx TS, subscribe dulu buat dibaca pelan2 nanti,
dulu pernah ke rumah seseorang soalnya liat ada patungnya gede, sempet liat jg orangnya waku bakar dupa dan dikalungin untaian bunga, krn ga kenal maka ga brani tanya2 lebih jauh
prabuanom - 22/07/2011 02:35 PM
#169

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thx TS, subscribe dulu buat dibaca pelan2 nanti,
dulu pernah ke rumah seseorang soalnya liat ada patungnya gede, sempet liat jg orangnya waku bakar dupa dan dikalungin untaian bunga, krn ga kenal maka ga brani tanya2 lebih jauh


wah mantab gan, temennya dari tradisi mana gan?. hindu india?atau budhism thailand atau tibetan?. trims gan udah sharing shakehand
Tan Lung - 22/07/2011 04:45 PM
#170

izin nyimak puh, mantap nih babaran Tentang Shree ganesh
prabuanom - 23/07/2011 12:49 PM
#171

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izin nyimak puh, mantap nih babaran Tentang Shree ganesh


silakan ditambahkan om shakehand
prabuanom - 23/07/2011 01:04 PM
#172
Shri Vinayakar Kavacham& Vinayaka Song
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prabuanom - 23/07/2011 01:13 PM
#173
Ganesha 108 Namavali
Ganesha 108 Namavali

1. Aum Vinayakaya Namah

Salutation to the remover (of obstacles)

2. Aum Vighnarajaya Namah

Salutation to the ruler of obstacles

3. Aum Gauriputraya Namah

Salutation to the son of Gauri

4. Aum Ganeshvaraya Namah

Salutation to the lord of categories

5. Aum Skandagrajaya Namah

Salutation to Skanda’s elder brother

6. Aum Avyayaya Namah

Salutation to the inexhaustible one

7. Aum Putaya Namah

Salutation to the pure one

8. Aum Dakshaya Namah

Salutation to the skillful one

9. Aum Adhyakshaya Namah

Salutation to the great presider

10. Aum Dvijapriyaya Namah

Salutation to Him who loves the twice-born

11. Aum Agnigarvacchhide Namah

Salutation to Him who destroyed the ego of the fire

12. Aum Indrashripradaya Namah

Salutation to the restorer of Indra’s wealth

13. Aum Vanipradaya Namah

Salutation to Him who gives the power of speech

14. Aum Avyayaya Namah

Salutation to the inexhaustible one

15. Aum Sarvasiddhipradaya Namah

Salutation to the bestower of all fulfillment

16. Aum Sarvatanayaya Namah

Salutation to the son of Siva

17. Aum Sharvaripriyaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is loved by Parvati

18. Aum Sarvatmakaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is the soul of all

19. Aum Srishtikartre Namah

Salutation to the Creator

20. Aum Devaya Namah

Salutation to the Resplendent One

21. Aum Anekarchitaya Namah

Salutation to the one worshiped by multitudes

22. Aum Sivaya Namah

Salutation to the auspicious one

23. Aum Shuddhaya Namah

Salutation to the pure one

24. Aum Buddhipriyaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is fond of intelligence

25. Aum Shantaya Namah

Salutation to the peaceful one

26. Aum Brahmacharine Namah

Salutation to Him who is celibate

27. Aum Gajananaya Namah

Salutation to Him who has an elephant’s face

28. Aum Dvaimaturaya Namah

Salutation to Him who has two mothers

29. Aum Munistutaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is praised by sages

30. Aum Bhaktavighnavinashanaya Namah

Salutation to the destroyer of devotees’ obstacles

31. Aum Ekadantaya Namah

Salutation to Him who has one tusk

32. Aum Chaturbahave Namah

Salutation to Him who has four arms

33. Aum Chaturaya Namah

Salutation to the ingenious one

34. Aum Shaktisamyutaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is united with power

35. Aum Lambodaraya Namah

Salutation to Him who has a large belly

36. Aum Shurpakarnaya Namah

Salutation to Him with ears like winnowing fans

37. Aum Haraye Namah

Salutation to Him who destroys evil with lion-like courage

38. Aum Brahmaviduttamaya Namah

Salutation to the foremost knower of the supreme God

39. Aum Kalaya Namah

Salutation to the master of destiny

40. Aum Grahapataye Namah

Salutation to the lord of all planets and galaxies

41. Aum Kamine Namah

Salutation to Him who is love

42. Aum Somasuryagnilochanaya Namah

Salutation to Him whose eyes are the moon, sun and fire

43. Aum Pashankushadharaya Namah

Salutation to the One who holds a noose and goad

44. Aum Chandaya Namah

Salutation to the One who appears fearsome

45. Aum Gunatitaya Namah

Salutation to Him who transcends qualities

46. Aum Niranjanaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is without blemish

47. Aum Akalmashaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is without impurity

48. Aum Svayamsiddhaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is self-fulfilled and perfect

49. Aum Siddharchitapadambujaya Namah

Salutation to Him whose lotus feet sages worship

50. Aum Bijapuraphalasaktaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is fond of pomegranates

51. Aum Varadaya Namah

Salutation to the bestower of boons

52. Aum Shashvataya Namah

Salutation to the eternal, unchanging one

53. Aum Kritine Namah

Salutation to the skillfully accomplished one

54. Aum Dvijapriyaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is fond of the twice-born

55. Aum Vitabhayaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is free from fear

56. Aum Gadine Namah

Salutation to Him whose weapon is the mace or club

57. Aum Chakrine Namah

Salutation to Him whose weapon is the discus

58. Aum Ikshuchapadhrite Namah

Salutation to Him who holds the sugarcane bow

59. Aum Shridaya Namah

Salutation to the bestower of great wealth

60. Aum Ajaya Namah

Salutation to the unborn one

61. Aum Utpalakaraya Namah

Hail to Him who holds the upright blue lotus flower

62. Aum Shripataye Namah

Salutation to the Lord of overflowing wealth

63. Aum Stutiharshitaya Namah

Salutation to Him who delights in praise

64. Aum Kuladribhrite Namah

Salutation to Him who supports Himalaya, His family’s mountain

65. Aum Jatilaya Namah

Salutation to Him who wears distinguished matted hair

66. Aum Kalikalmashanashanaya Namah

Salutation to Him who destroys sins in the Kaliyuga

67. Aum Chandrachudamanaye Namah

Salutation to Him who wears a moon upon his head

68. Aum Kantaya Namah

Salutation to the beloved, loving one

69. Aum Papaharine Namah

Salutation to the destroyer of sins

70. Aum Samahitaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is absorbed in meditation

71. Aum Ashritaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is our refuge

72. Aum Shrikaraya Namah

Salutation to Him who manifests prosperity

73. Aum Saumyaya Namah

Salutation to the pleasant one

74. Aum Bhaktavanchhitadayakaya Namah

Salutation to the grantor of devotees’ desires

75. Aum Shantaya Namah

Salutation to the peaceful one

76. Aum Kaivalyasukhadaya Namah

Salutation to the bestower of unsullied liberation

77. Aum Sacchidanandavigrahaya Namah

Salutation to the embodiment of Existence-Knowledge-Bliss

78. Aum Jnanine Namah

Salutation to the great wisdom

79. Aum Dayayutaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is full of compassion

80. Aum Dantaya Namah

Salutation to Him who has self-control

81. Aum Brahmadveshavivarjitaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is free from aversion to knowledge

82. Aum Pramattadaityabhayadaya Namah

Salutation to Him who brings terror to power-intoxicated demons

83. Aum Shrikanthaya Namah

Salutation to Him whose throat is beautiful

84. Aum Vibudheshvaraya Namah

Salutation to the Lord of the Wise

85. Aum Ramarchitaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is worshiped by Rama

86. Aum Vidhaye Namah

Salutation to Him who is the destiny of all

87. Aum Nagarajayajnopavitavate Namah

Salutation to Him whose sacred thread is a king cobra

88. Aum Sthulakanthaya Namah

Salutation to Him who has a stout neck, representing tremendous will and compassion

89. Aum Svayamkartre Namah

Salutation to Him who is the cause of himself

90. Aum Samaghoshapriyaya Namah

Salutation to Him who loves the sound of Sama Veda

91. Aum Parasmai Namah

Salutation to Him who is supreme

92. Aum Sthulatundaya Namah

Salutation to Him who has a stout, unpredictable trunk

93. Aum Agranyaya Namah

Salutation to Him, the first-born of Siva

94. Aum Dhiraya Namah

Salutation to the courageous one

95. Aum Vagishaya Namah

Salutation to the Lord of speech

96. Aum Siddhidayakaya Namah

Salutation to the bestower of fulfillment

97. Aum Durvabilvapriyaya Namah

Salutation to Him who loves durva grass and bilva leaves

98. Aum Avyaktamurtaye Namah

Salutation to the manifestation of the Unmanifest

99. Aum Adbhutamurtimate Namah

Salutation to Him of wondrous form

100. Aum Shailendratanujotsanga khelanotsukamanasaya Namah

Salutation to Him who is fond of playing in the lap of His mother, Parvati, daughter of the mountain Lord [Himavat]

101. Aum Svalavanyasudhasarajita manmathavigrahaya Namah

Salutation to Him who defeated Manmatha, the God of love, by His sweet beauty

102. Aum Samastajagadadharaya Namah

Salutation to the supporter of all the worlds

103. Aum Mayine Namah

Salutation to the source of illusory power

104. Aum Mushikavahanaya Namah

Salutation to Him who rides the abundance-gathering mouse

105. Aum Hrishtaya Namah

Salutation to the rapturously joyful one

106. Aum Tushtaya Namah

Salutation to the contented one who has it all in control

107. Aum Prasannatmane Namah

Salutation to the bright loving kindly-souled one

108. Aum Sarvasiddhipradayakaya Namah

Salutation to the grantor of all fulfillment

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prabuanom - 23/07/2011 01:31 PM
#174
Story about Shree Mayureshwar
Ganesha kavacham

Mayureshwar mandir is located close to Pune in state of maharashtra. It is one of the main and formost place of worship for the people who worship Lord Ganesha. The temple is the starting and ending point of Ashtavinayak yatra. There is a very interesting story of lord Mayureshwar...

Long ago there was a very puissant king named Chakrapani living in Gandali Nagari of Mithila Kingdom. Queen Ugra was pativrata. They were unhappy because they had no child. Both of them worshipped God Surya . With the blessing of God Surya ,Ugra was carrying their son .

The embryo was so bright and powerful, that she could not bear the brilliance of it so she released the embryo in the sea. From that embryo, a brilliant and puissant child was born. The sea, disguised as a Brahmin, reached to Chakrapani and gave the child to him.

As the child was born in the sea the king named him as `Sindhu’, when Sindhu grew up, his guru Shukracharya told him to worship God Surya and became more powerful. For two thousand years continuously, Sindhu did penance and got a boon to be immortal from survya deva. God Surya told him that he will give him nectar which will remain in his stomach. As long as this nectar is there in his body, he won't die. After drinking nectar Sindhu became more powerful.

King Chakrapani realised that his son Sindhu became intelligent and powerful with God Surya’s boon and gave him Kingdom. When Sindhu became King he started for the universal quest. With his incomparable valiant he won battles with God Indra, God Vishnu and other god’s. Sindhu kept all gods & goddesses in prison at Gandaki Nagari.
King Sindhu then attacked on God Shiva and Satya Lok. All gods and goddesses became unhappy. They worshipped their master God, Lord Ganesh. Ganesha was delighted with their sadhana and said "I will be born to Parvati in treta yug to kill Sindhu".

Days passed by... Once Shiva and Parvati left Kailash and went to Meru parvat. Goddess Parvati did penance of Lord Ganesha with Ek Akshar Mantra `OM’ for 12 years. Lord Ganesha was delighted and gave her a boon as `I will take birth as your son’. Parvati gave birth to a baby boy on Bhadrapad Shuddha Chaturthi. Shiva and Parvati named their son as Ganesh. As he was Shiva’s son, Shiva gave him blessing that one will get a success without any disturbance, if one will remember you by heart before starting any work.

Lord Ganesha was growing day by day. During his childhood he killed many demons. Brahmadeva alias Vishva-karma the creator of universe gave Lord Ganesha pash (noose) Ankush (agoad), parashu (hatchet) & kamal (lotus). When Ganesha was ten years old, Shiva & Parvati got fed up of demon's harassment when they were moving from Meru parvat the demon Kamalasur came in their way. Lord Ganesha challenged Kamalasur and killed him. Lord Ganesha brought together all the Shiv-gan and attacked on Gandaki Nagar of Sindhu demon.

Lord Ganesha defeated Sindhu and killed his two sons. Sindhu ran away from the battlefield. Sindhu’s father advised him to make free all gods and goddesses and surrender to Lord Ganesha, but he continued the battle. Lord Ganesha attacked him with parashu and removed the nectar from the naval and killed Sindhu.

Lord Ganesha was riding on the peacock during the battle , so he was named as `Mayureshwara’ or `Moreshwar’. After the Panch-devata (five god’s next in position to Lord Ganesha named as God Brahmadeva, God Vishnu, God Shiva, Goddess Shaksti and God Surya) requested Lord Ganesha to live in Morgaon forever for his devotees. Lord Ganesha blessed them and accepted their request. Panch-devata prepared an idol of sand, clay and precious stones and installed at Morgaon on Bhadrapada Shuddha Chaturthi. Lord Ganesha told them whoever lives and prays over here wont fear for any obstacle or danger.

Lord Mayureshwar of Morgaon is very powerful, potent and awaked god. If you wish something holy at Morgaon then that wish will definitely become true. This is the belief of devotees of Lord Ganesha and they experience it.

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prabuanom - 23/07/2011 01:38 PM
#175
32 form ganesha, bentuk ke 11 "heramba ganapati"
bentuk ke 11. Heramba Ganapati:

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Ganesha kavacham



Five-faced, white in color, Heramba Ganapati, "Protector of the Weak," rides a big lion. He extends the gestures of protection and blessing while holding a noose, japa beads, axe, hammer, tusk, garland, fruit and laddus. Image of ten armed Ganesha.

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Ganesha kavacham

Heramba Ganapati is one among the 32 forms of Hindu God Ganesha. Those people who lack confidence in facing problems of life worship this form of Ganesh. This form is also a protector of weak. Heramba Ganapati mantra is –

Abhaya varadahastah paashadantakshamala
Srini parashu dadhaano mudgaram modakam cha!
Phalamadhi gatasimhah panchamaatanga vakthrah
Ganapatiratigaurah paatu herambanamaa!!

This is a very rare form of Ganesha as it has five faces and ten hands. One hand is in blessing posture. Another hand is in boon giving posture. Reminding hands hold a goad, a rope, a tusk, a rudraksha mala, axe, modak and apple.
The Vehicle (vahana) of Heramba Ganapati is a lion.

Fear about future is removed by the meditation of this form of Ganesha.
Exclusive temple dedicated to Heramba Ganapati is very rare. But this form is worshipped as subsidiary deity at the Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

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prabuanom - 24/07/2011 01:05 PM
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dalam ajaran budhism terutama tibetan, ganesha sering dikenal sebagai djambala merah. kali ini saya coba copaskan beberapa artikel mengenai ganesha sebagai djambala merah dan ritualnya yang saya dapatkan melalui googling. semoga bermanfaat.
prabuanom - 24/07/2011 01:11 PM
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Ganesha ganesha saranam ganesha
Ganesha kavacham

Tanya (siswa) : Kunci dari mudra Ganesha , sadhana paustika (berkah) dan sadhana vasikarana dari Ganesha.

Mahaguru Menjawab :
Simbol dari Ganesha adalah belalai, kedua tangan merangkap dan belalainya menjulur. Dulu (untuk mewakili belalai) diajarkan menggunakan ibu jari dijulurkan, di upacara kali ini menggunakan jari kelingking yang dijulurkan, (jari kelingking) digunakan jika kita hendak memberikan (berkah) kepada orang lain. Untuk diberikan kepada diri sendiri adalah menggunakan ibu jari (sehingga belalai menghadap diri sendiri) , keduanya sama merupakan mudra Ganesha. Dalam upacara Dharma saat hendak member kepada para insan, menggunakan jari kelingking (menjulur ke arah luar), untuk diri sendiri menggunakan ibu jari, bervisluasisasi Ganesha ada dihadapan, ini merupakan sadhana bagi diri sendiri.

Visualisasi untuk vasikarana (cinta kasih/kerukunan) adalah bervisualisasi belalai menjulur panjang menangkap atasan, kemudian dibawa kesamping sadhaka,kemudian visualisasikan atasan Anda tersenyum. Untuk visualisasi memohon pasangan juga demikian.

Untuk sadhana paustika, bervisualisasi di atas kepala Ganesha terdapat vajra salib, atau langsung disentuhkan ke kepala Ganesha, supaya belalai Ganesha mengeluarkan benda yang Anda inginkan, seperti bangunan, tanah, orang, uang, perhiasan maupun barang yang Anda inginkan , semua keluar dari belalai.

Membelai belalai Ganesha adalah tradisi orang India, membelainya tiga kali, sambil bervisualisasi belalai Ganesha mengeluarkan permata dan kekayaan untuk Anda.

Mudra bisa merangkap kedalam maupun keluar, jika pada saat upacara ditentukan untuk membentuk rangkap kedalam, maka ikutilah. Jika ditentukan untuk merangkap keluar, maka Anda ikuti merangkap keluar.



Source : 22 Aug 2010, Dharmadesana Mahaguru Liansheng di Guangxitang

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prabuanom - 24/07/2011 01:17 PM
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Hari ini kita melaksanakan Api Homa Jambhala Merah. Jambhala Merah di India disebut sebagai Ganesh atau Ganesha (suara India Utara). Jambhala Merah ini di Vihara Vajragarbha Seattle sering dikunjungi dan dipuja oleh orang India. Di Seattle ada banyak orang India, karena Microsoft banyak merekrut staff dari India. Maka dari mulut-kemulut mereka mengetahui bahwa di Vihara Vajragarbha Seattle ada Ganesha, maka mereka semua datang untuk memuja Jambhala Merah. (tepuk tangan hadirin)

Jambhala merah ini sangat terkenal di India maupun Tibet. Jika Anda sekalian ada memahami Agama Hindu, mengenai Brahma Deva(Lord Bhrama)── Sang Pencipta, kemudian Dewa Pelebur adalah Shiva,Mahamahesvara(Lord Shiva). Selain itu, ada Dewa Pemelihara, Dewa Subhakrsna(Lord Vishnu)。Jika Anda memahaminya, maka akan timbul rasa bhakti yang tak tertandingi pada Ganesha. Karena Beliau adalah Raja Pemberi Berkah, pemberi berkah bagi rakyat India dan Tibet, pemberi berkah bagi para insan. (tepuk tangan hadirin)

Bila anda hendak memuja Ganesha, ingatlah untuk membelai belalai Nya, Dharmabhala Ganesha sendiri yang terutama ada pada bealalai, belalai Nya adalah yang paling berkekuatan, belalai Nya mampu menciptakan berbagai harta benda, serta mampu mengeluarkan uang. Bagi sadhaka yang memohon bekal duniawi, maka gunakanlah vajra untuk menyentuh kepala Ganesha. Memohon supaya Beliau mengeluarkan semua bekal yang kita perlukan, Beliau mempunyai kemampuan untuk mengeluarkannya. (tepuk tangan hadirin)

Penekunan Adinata ini sangat penting bagi kecukupan bekal. Hari ini kita melakukan api homa Ganesha, sebelum api homa dinyalakan, Beliau telah hadir (tepuk tangan hadirin)

Kita memohon semoga Jambhala Merah (Ganesh), dapat memberikan berkah pada para umat, meberikan semua yang diperlukan. Juga memberkahi semuanya supaya bertambah Prajna Tathagata. Memberkahi semuanya supaya dapat mengikis semua karmawarana. Mohon Jambhala Merah memberkati semuanya supaya dapat membuat semua musuh menjadi mundur.

Saya pernah mengatakan bahwa Ganesha mampu memberkati dengan kerukunan yang sempurna, kenapa ? Sebab Ganesh bukanlah gajah biasa, belalai Nya mampu memanjang, bahkan mampu memanjang tanpa batas. Pada saat bersadhana vasikarana, visualisasikan belalai Ganesha menjulur, bila kekasih Anda berada di Taipei, maka belali itu menjulur sampai ke Taipei, kemudian dengan belalai membelit kekasih Anda, bawa kehadapan Anda, inilah sadhana vasikarana (kerukunan dan cinta kasih).

Ganesha dapat mensukseskan sadhana Vasikarana, belalai Nya, mengikat seorang rupawan, mengikat boss Anda, mengikat pimpinan Anda, mengikat orang yang Anda inginkan supaya mempunyai hubungan yang baik dengan Anda. Maka dia setiap saat akan memikirkan Anda, ini sangat penting. Maka, orang yang berbisnis, begitu pebisnis kembali maka daftar pesanannya langsung datang, kenapa ? sebab Anda telah mengikat pihak yang hendak membuat daftar pesanan. Buddha Dharma itu bisa digunakan dengan hidup , belalai Ganesh juga hidup, Buddha Dharma bukan sesuatu yang mati (kaku), Buddha Dharma itu bisa dimanfaatkan dengan hidup, asalkan Anda bisa melakukan sadhana, bisa menggunakannya, maka manfaat yang Anda peroleh adalah tak terhingga.

Ganesha juga bisa menyembuhkan penyakit, kenapa demikian ? sebab Beliau mampu menyemburkan amrta dari belalai Nya. Menyuci bersih semua karmawarana, begitu karmawarana bersih, maka penyakit akan tersembuhkan ; Ganesha juga mampu menjemput insan supaya terlahir di Sukhavatiloka (tepuk tangan hadirin)

Hari ini kita melakukan api homa Ganesha, Beliau juga disebut sebagai Tuan dari Bekal Hidup Bersadhana.

Buddha Dharma bukanlah Dharma yang mati, Buddha Dharma bisa digunakan dalam hidup Anda sehari-hari. Saya pernah mengatakan, saat tidur Anda bisa berlatih sadhana tidur, saat makan dapat berlatih sadhana persembahan, saat berjalan dapat menjapa mantra. Melakukan perhatian penuh saat jalan , itu adalah sadhana konsentrasi, sehingga melakukan apapun semua adalah Buddha Dharma. Maka dalam berbisnis pun kenapa juga bukan Buddha Dharma ? Menekuni Sadhana Tuan Perbekalan Hidup Sadhana, bagi yang berbisnis bisa membelai belalai Beliau tiga kali, kemudian berdoa kepada Nya, bervisualisasi uang yang menggunung, bervisualisasi daftar pesanan, bervisualisasi orang yang suka menolong, bervisualisasi boss Anda menambahkan gaji.Demikian bisa tidak ? (tepuk tangan hadirin) Bila Anda bekerjasama dengan orang lain untuk menjalankan bisnis, visualisasikan partner Anda memiliki kesepakatan dan sehati dengan Anda, dengan demikian tidak akan saling curang ; Visualisasikan kerukunan, visualisasikan partner dan Anda saling berbagi rejeki dan saling membantu jika ada kesulitan, inilah sebuah kerjasama bisnis yang sesungguhnya.

Kutipan Dharmadesana Dharmaraja Liansheng 31 July 2010

Perhatian : Menurut ketentuan Tantra, Sadhana Tantra hanya bisa dilakukan dengan memperoleh abhiseka arus silsilah dan abhiseka adinata, jika tidak maka sadhana tersebut tidak akan berfungsi, malahan menjadi sarana dari mara untuk mengelabui dan merugikan Anda.

Ganesha kavacham

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prabuanom - 24/07/2011 01:27 PM
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prabuanom - 24/07/2011 01:33 PM
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32 form ganesha, bentuk ke 12 "laksmi ganapati"
Lakshmi Ganapati,

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Ganesha kavacham



pure white colored, giver of success, sits flanked by Wisdom and Achievement. Gesturing varada mudra, He holds a green parrot, a pomegranate, sword, goad, noose, sprig of kalpavriksha and a water vessel.eight armed Ganesha with two consorts

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