It is well known that conflicting stories about the origin of Ganesha are found in the Puranas. Ganesha was born on Bhadrapad Shukla Chaturthi at midday. Shri Ganesh was born at 12 noon on the Chaturthi of Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha. Ganesh has a mythological origin. He is the son of Shiva and his consort Parvati, both of human form and yet he bears the head of an elephant. The reason for this closely follows his birth or more appropriately his creation.
Therefore he was not born to Parvati as a mere mortal being. It is said that she was lonely. If you want to know more than consult specialist in black magic. Shiva was away as was often the case. In her loneliness, it appears she was given to neglect personal hygiene, or maybe it was an act of pure desperation and determination. She decided to create a child and did this by forming him, Ganesh, through moulding a substantial accumulation of her body dirt. And so Ganesh was born and Parvati was happy and occupied.
- According to the Puranas, Goddess Parvati had fasted or fasted for the attainment of a son named Punyaka. Due to this fast, Goddess Parvati received Shri Ganesh in the form of a son. For this fast, Shivji asked Indra to give the Parijat tree, but Indra refused to do so when he built a forest of Parijat for the fast of Parvati. His friends told him that Nandi and all Gana follow the orders of Mahadev only, so you should also create such a gana, which only obey your command. Impressed by this idea, Goddess Parvati created Shri Ganesh with the filth of her body.
- According to Shiva Mahapuran, the idea of Goddess Parvati to build Ganesha was given to her by Sakhi Jaya and Vijaya. His friends told him that Nandi and all Gana follow the orders of Mahadev only, so you should also create such a gana, which only obey your command. Impressed by this idea, Goddess Parvati created Shri Ganesh with the filth of her body.
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