Ganesha Shlokas (गणेश मंत्र) in Sanskrit with Meaning

Ganesha Shlokas with Meaning:Ganesha Shlokas one of the most popular Shlokas in hindu religious. lord Ganesh is the most powerful of all the gods. By using these simple and powerful Ganesh mantra we can get sucess, knowledge, prosperity, fortune.Here you can find Ganesh mantra in Sanskrit with Meaning in English.

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

Gajaananam Bhuta Gannaadi Sevitam
Kapittha Jambhuu Phala Saara Bhakshitam
Uma Sutam Shoka Vinaasha Kaarannam
Namaami Vighneshvara Paada Pangkajam
Vinayako Vighnaraja Dvaimatura Ganaadhipaaha

Translation and meaning in english

I salute the elephant-headed God…
Who is worshipped by the Bhutas and the Ganas,
He who loves to eat wood-apple and the jambu fruit
Son of Uma (Parvati) and the destroyer of sorrow
I bow at the lotus-like feet of Vigneshvara (remover of obstacles).

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

“Agajaanana Padmaarkam,
Gajaananam Aharnisham
Anekadantham Bhaktaanaam,
Ekadantam Upaasmahey”

Lord Ganesha, the elephant faced is like sun to the lotus face of Mother Parvati. The single tusked Ganesha is the giver of boons. I salute the great lord to grant us a boon.

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

“Thathpurushyaaya Vidhmahe
Vakarathundaaya Dheemahi
Thanno Dhandhi Prachodayaaath

We meditate on that super power, we invoke the single tusked boon giver, Ganesh.

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

“Vidyaarthee Lapthey Vidyaam
Dhanaarthee Lapathey Dhanam
Puthraarthee Lapathey Puthraan
Mokshaarthee Lapathey Gathim”

One who aspires wisdom attains it One who aspires wealth attains it One who aspires a son attains him and One who aspires moksha attains it.

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

Shuklam bara Dharam Vishnum
Shashi varnam Chatur Bhujam
Prasanna Vadanam Dhyayet
Sarva Vignopa Santaye

Translation and meaning in english

Lord Vigneshwara, who wears a white garment, who is all pervading, who has a bright complexion (like a
full moon), who has four hands (representing all power), who has an ever-smiling face, upon that deity I
meditate, for the removal of all obstacles.

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

Sri Vakra tunda Maha kaaya
Koti-soorya sama prabha
Nir vighnam kuru me Deva
Sarva-karyeshu Sarvadaa

Translation and meaning in english


O, Lord Ganesha of the curved trunk and massive body, the one whose splendor is equal to millions of
Suns, please bless me to that I do not face any obstacles in my endeavors.

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

Om Gam Ganapathiye Namo Namah
Shree Siddhivinaayaka namo namah
Ashta Vinaayaka namo namah
Ganapati Bappa Mauriya

Translation and meaning in english

Wake up to the secret power-packed sound of Ganesh, who is the breaker of obstacles, the one who grants Siddhi (or success) to all and the one who is worshipped in eight exalted forms. Dear father Ganapati, I request you to come back to me

Vakratunda Mahakaya Suryakoti Samaprabha
Nirvighnam Kurume Deva Sarva kaaryeshu Sarvada

Translation and meaning in english

O Lord Ganesha, you having a Curved Trunk, Large Body,
possessing the Brilliance of a Million Suns,
Please remove all obstacles to my work, at all times.

Ganesha Shlokas in Sanskrit

Ekadantam Mahakayam
Lambodara Gajananam
Vigna Nashakarma Devam
He Rambam Prana Mamyaham

Translation and meaning in english


I bow to that God, Who has one tusk, one Who has a large body, one Who has a big stomach, one Who has
the face of an elephant.

Gajananam Bhootha Ganaathi Sevitham
Kapitha Jambu Manasara Bakshitham Uma
Sutham Soka Vinaasa kaaranam Namaami
Vigneshwara Phaadha Pankajam”

Translation and meaning in english

I prostrate myself before the lotus feet of Vigneshvara (Ganesha), the son of Uma, who destroys sorrow, who is served by the host of angels, who has the face of an elephant, who partakes of the essence of kapittha and jambu fruits.

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