Lord Ganesha is known for his many names. All his names signify the meaning or the qualities associated with it.
OM GANADHYAKHSAYA NAMAH
Meaning: Ganadhyaksay – Gana means: a group and Adhyaksh means: the one who leads the group.
Benefit: You can use this mantra to ensure the welfare of a particular state or city. You can even sing this mantra to improve or build our personal leadership skills.
OM GAJANANAYA NAMAH
Meaning: Gajanan means here: the one who carries the elephant head. In Sanskrit, Gaj means elephant. This mantra says that if God can carry the elephant head to survive and fulfill his duties, we too should put our ego aside and live our lives dutifully.
Benefit: This mantra motivates one to live modestly and to sing it helps one to find one's inner peace and gain consciousness.
OM VIGNANAASHNAY NAMAH
Meaning: Ganpati is also worshiped to remove obstacles from one's life. Here Vigna means obstacles and Nashnay means: the one who removes obstacles.
Benefit: If you have problems with your social life, at work or with interpersonal relationships, you can be relieved by singing this mantra.
OM LAMBODARAYA NAMAH
Meaning: Ganesha is known for loving his food and he has a big, round belly. Lambodar calls him therefore as a god, who has a big belly.
Benefit: Singing this mantra allows a person to love and become one with the entire universe, like Lord Ganpati.
OM SUMUKHAYA NAMAH
Meaning: Sumukh means: the one with a pleasing face. Lord Ganesha had lost his head and replaced him with that of an elephant. However, his good spirit and pure soul also appeared on his elephant face and that made him beautiful and calm.
Benefit: With this mantra you can look back on your own shortcomings, identify the inner beauty and improve it.
OM GAJKARNIKAYA NAMAH
Meaning: Gaj means elephant and Karnikay ears. With the elephant head and the elephant ears Ganesh could not hear everything from all sources.
Benefit: This mantra allows us to be just like Ganesh, only to hear and accept what is good. The singing of the mantra protects us from external negativity and helps us overcome the stress it causes.
OM VIKATAYA NAMAH
Meaning: Here Vikat means difficult.
Benefit: The world is full of difficult situations and often one finds oneself discouraged and unable to concentrate. This mantra reminds you that our ultimate goal is salvation, and no matter what happens, keep an eye out for it. This Ganpati mantra will keep our eyes on this long-term goal and motivate us to salvation.
OM VINAYAKAYA NAMAH
Meaning: Vinayaka is the name of Ganesha in the Golden Age. Vinayaka means something that is under control and also: the Lord who solves problems
Benefit: So our life will have a golden age with the realization of this mantra. In one's own office and at work, one will be the boss.
OM GANESH RINNAM CHHINDHI VARENYAM HOONG NAMAAH PHUTT
Meaning: Rinn Harta is another name for Lord Ganesha and the English meaning of it is: The giver of wealth. In Hindi, the meaning of Rinn harta or Rhinaharta is derived from the word Rinn or Rinnam, which means guilt and harta means remover.
Benefits: The Rinn-Harta Mantra or the Rhinaharta-Mantra is the mantra of Lord Ganesha for wealth and prosperity in life as soon as Lord Ganesha is required to remove debt and poverty and bring wealth in life.
Siddhi Vinayak Mantra
The Siddhi Vinayak Mantra is also one of the most important mantras of Ganesh.
OM NAMO SIDDHI VINAYAKAYA
SARVA KAARYA KARTREY
SARVA VIGHNA PRASHAMNAY
SARVAJAN SARVASTREE PURUSH AAKARSHANAYA
SHREENG OM SWAHA
Meaning: The word Siddhi Vinayak means in Hindi: God of attainment and enlightenment. The mantra therefore means in the English language: Lord of wisdom and happiness, only you do everything possible and everything is possible; you are the remover of all obstacles and have enchanted every being in the universe, you are the lord of all women and all men.
Benefit: This Sanskrit Ganesha Mantra is recited 108 times in the right way to gain peace, prosperity and the Siddhi (success) of spiritual enlightenment, material fulfillment and strong social influence.w
The Shaktivinayak Mantra
OM HREENG GREENG HREENG
Meaning: In Hindi, Shakti means power and Vinayak means: the Supreme Master.
Benefit: The Shaktivinayak Mantra of Ganesh is intoned for financial success and prosperity. It is a powerful mantra for good health and good luck. For this mantra, it is usually recommended to repeat it 108 times in the right way.
Ganesh Mool Mantra
The Ganesha Mool Mantra is also known as the Ganesha Beeja Mantra or the Bija-Mantra. In Hindi, 'Beej' means seed ꟷ the source of everything in the universe. This powerful mantra unites several Ganpathi Beeja Mantras, especially the Beeja or the Seed-Sound-Vibration GAM, combined with Lord Ganpati.
OM SHREEM HREEM KLEEM GLAUM GAM GANAPATAYE VARA VARAD SARVAJAN JANMAY VASHAMANAYE SWAHA
TATPU RUSHAYE VIDMAHE VAKRA TUNDAYE DHIMAHI TANNO DANTI PRACHODYAT
OM SHANTIH SHANTIH SHANTIHI
Meaning: The Ganesh Mool Mantra is the shortest summary and most powerful of all Lord Ganesha Mantras. This mantra celebrates the unique and divine form of the god Ganpati (Ganesha) and his powers. The Ganesha Mool (Root) Mantra, beginning with the summon of OM, which invokes the positivity, purity, energy and presence of Lord Ganpati in our lives.
Benefit:: The Ganesh Mool Mantra is believed to create a strong aura around the body because of the cosmic energy in the sound waves of the Sanskrit words. This mantra is uniquely musical and elevates the mind to a state of trance. It is commonly sung during Pujas and Yagyas to delight Lord Ganesha. He brings peace, happiness, success and removes all obstacles from the life of someone, if they are intoned in the right way.
OM NAMO BHAGAVATE GAJANANAYA NAMAHA
dedicated mantra, used to sense the all-pervading presence of Lord Ganesh and to sustain his Darshana.
OM VAKRATUNDAYA HUM
powerful mantra, quoted in the Ganesha Purana, used to correct twisted events.
OM KSHIPRA PRASADAYA NAMAHA
to get Ganesh's help quickly and cleanse the aura.
OM HRIM SHRIM KLIM GLAUM GAM GANAPATAYE VARA VARADA SARVA JANAME VASHA MANAYA SVAHA
This is a mantra of giving self to Lord Ganesh.
OM HRIM SHRIM KLIM GAUM GAH SHRI MAHA GANADHI PATAYE NAMAHA
OM HRIM SHRIM KLIM NAMO BHAGAVATE GAJANANAYA
SHRI MAHA GANAPATI PRANAVA MULAMANTRA GAM OM
HRIM SHRIM KLIM GAUM VARADA MURTAYE NAMAHA
OM HRIM SHRIM KLIM NAMO GANESH VARAYA BRAHMA RUPAYA CHARAVE SARVA SIDDHI PRADEYAYA BRAHMANAS PATAYE NAMAHA
SHRI GAJANANA JAYA GAJANANA
HRIM GAM HRIM GANAPATAYE NAMAHA
BIJAYA BHALA CHANDRAYA GANESHA PARAMATMANE PRANA TAKLE SHANASAYA HERAMBAYA NAMO NAMAHA
APADA MAPAHAR TARAM DATARAM SUKHA SAMPADAM KSIPRA PRASADANAM DEVAM BHUYO BHUYO NAMAMYAHAM
NAMO GANAPATE TUBHYAM HERAM BAYAIKA DANTINE SVANANDA VASINE TUBHYAM BRAHMANAS PATAYE NAMAHA
SUKLAM BARADHARAM DEVAM SASISURYA NIBHA NANAM PRASAN NAVADANAM DHYAYET SARVA VIGHNO PASANTAYE
NAMASTAMAI GANESHAYA BRAHMA VIDYA PRADAYINE YASYA GASTAYATE NAMA VIGHNA SAGARASO SANE
YADBHRU PRANI HITAM LAKSHMÎM LABHANTE BHAKTA KOTAYAH SVATANTRA MEKAM NETARAM VIGHNARAJAM NAMA MYAHAM
So you can tell that most mantra are specialized. They are addressed in certain Ganesh forms, which represent the special responsibilities of this God.
Gayatri mantras are Vedic mantras. They are used during a puja.
MAHA KARNAYA VIDMAHE VAKRATUN DAYA DHIMAHI TANNO DANTI PRACHODAYAT
EKADANTAYA VIDMAHE VAKRATUN DAYA DHIMAHI TANNO DANTI PRACHODAYAT
OM TATPURUSHAYA VIDMAHE VAKRATUNDAYA DHIMAHI TANNO DANTI PRACHODAYAT
OM TAT KARATAYA VIDMAHE HASTI MUKHAYA DHIMAHI TANNO DANTII PRACHODAYAT
OM EKADANTAYA VIDMAHE VAKRATUN DAYA DHIMAHI TANNO DANTI PRACHODAYAT
OM BHADRAM KARNEBIH SHRNUYAMA DEVAH
BHADRAM PASHYEMA AKSHABHIR YAJATRAH
STHURAIR ANGAIH TUSHTUVAMSAH TANUBHIR
VYASHEMA DEVAHITAM YADAYUH
OM SHANTIH SHANTIH SHANTIH
OM LAM NAMASTE GANAPATAYE
TVAM EVA PRATYAKSHAM TATTVAM ASI
TVAM EVA KEVALAM KARTASI
TVAM EVA KEVALAM DHARTASI
TVAM EVAM KEVALAM HARTAS
TVAM EVAM SARVAM KHALU IDAM BRAHMAS
TVAM SAKSHAT ATMASI
NITYAM RTAM VACHMI
AVA TVAM MAM | AVA VAKTARAM | AVA SHROTARAM | AVA DATARAM | AVA DHATARAM | AVA NUCHANAM | AVA SHISHYAM | AVA PURASTATTAT | AVA DAKSHINATTAT | AVA PASHCHATTAT | AVA UTTARATTAT | AVA CHA URDHVATTA | AVA DHARATTAT | SARVATO MAM PAHI PAHI SAMANTAT
TVAM VANGMAYAH TVAM CHINMAYAH | TVAM ANANDAMAYAH TVAM BRAHMAMAYAH | TVAM SAT-CHIT-ANANDA ADVITIYO ASI| TVAM PRATYAKSHAM BRAHMA ASI | TVAM JNANAMAYO VIJNANAMAYO ASI
SARVAM JAGAT IDAM TVATTO JAYATE | SARVAM JAGAT IDAM TVATTAS STISHTHATI | SARVAMA JAGAT IDAM TVAYI LAYAM ESHYATI | SARVAT JAGAT IDAM TVAYI PRATYETI |
TVAM BHUMIH APO ANALO ANILO NABHAH | TVAM CHATVARI VAK PARIMITA PADANI |
TVAM GUNA TRAYATITAH | TVAM DEHA TRAYATITAH | TVAM KALA TRAYATITAH | TVAM MULADHARE STHITO ASI NITYAM | TVAM SHAKTI TRAYATMAKAH |
TVAM YOGINO DHYAYANTI NITYAM | TVAM BRAHMA, TVAM VISHNUH, TVAM RUDRAH, TVAM INDRA, TVAM AGNIH, TVAM VAYUH, TVAM SURYAH, TVAM CHANDRAMAH, TVAM BRAHMA, BHUR BHUVAH SUVAR OM
Mantra 7. Ganapati Mantra: Ganapati Manu
GANADIN PURVAM UCHCHARYA, VARNADIM TAD ANANTARAM | ANUSVARAH PARATARAH ARDHA INDU LASITAM TATHA | TARENA YUKTAM | ETAT EVA MANU SVARUPAM
GAKARAH PURVA RUPAM | AKARO MADHYAMA RUPAM | ANUSVARAH CHA ANTYA RUPAM | BINDUR UTTARA RUPAM | NADAH SANDHANAM | SAMHITÂA SANDIH | SA ESHA GANESHI VIDYA
GANAKAH RISHIH | ARCHAT GAYATRI CHHANDAH | SHRI MAHA GANAPATIR DEVATA | OM GANAPATAYE NAMAH
Mantra 10. Ganapati Gayatri
In a fight with Guru Parashuram, he threw an ax at Lord Gajanan, who was a gift to him from his father. So Ganesha chose the ax bat instead of destroying it. Ganesha lost one of his tusks, but gained humility and modesty.
EKA DANTAYA VIDMAHE | VAKRATUNDAYA DHIMAHI | TANNO DANTIH PRACHODAYAT
EKADANTAYA – the one
VIDDHAMAHE – which is omnipresent
VAKRATUNDAYA – crooked trunk
DHIMAHI – We meditate on it and pray for a greater intellect
TANNO DANTI – We bow to the one with the single elephant tusk
PRACHODAYAT – Brighten our mind with wisdom
We pray to the one with a single elephant tusk that is omnipresent. We meditate on it and pray to the Lord with the crooked elephant-like trunk for more intelligence. We bow to the one with the single elephant tusk to illuminate our mind with wisdom.
Ekadanta refers to the one tusk on the elephant face, which means that God has broken the duality and made us have a complete one-pointed mind.
Benefit: This mantra promotes modesty, righteousness, and most accomplished wisdom among those who sing it.
Mantra 11. Meditation on Ganapati (Dhyana)
EKA DANTAM CHATUR HASTAM PASHAM ANGKUSHA DHARINAM
ABHAYAM VARADAM HASTAIR BIBHRANAM MUSHAKA DHVAJAM
RAKTAM LAMBO DARAM SHURPAM SUKARNAM RAKTA VASANAM
RAKTA GANDHA NULIP TANGGAM RAKTA PUSHPAIH SUPUJITAM
BHAKTANU KAMPINAM DEVAM JAGAT KARANAM ACHYUTAM
AVIR BHUTAM CHA SRSHTYADAU PRAKRITEH PURUSHAT PARAM
EVAM DHYAYATI YO NITYAM
SA YOGI YOGINAM VARAH
AMO VRATA PATAYE | NAMO GANAPATAYE | NAMAH PRAMATHA PATAYE | NAMASTE ASTU LAMBO DARAYA EKANDATAYA | VIGHNA VINASHINE SHIVA SUTAYA VARADA MURTAYE NAMO NAMAH
The end of the Upanishad is:
OM SAHA NAU AVATU SAHAU NAU BHUNAKTU SAHA VIRYAM KARAVA VAHAI TEJASVINAU AVADHITAM ASTU MA VIDVISHA VAHAI
OM SHANTIH SHANTIH SHANTIH
Therefore, when we ask how to make Lord Ganesha happy, the Ganesha Mantras bring us a step closer to our goal in life, and the blessings of Lord Ganesha are always raining on us. The singing or the Jaapa of the mantras of Lord Ganesh is considered very auspicious. It is known to activate the mind and the various chakras of the body. This leads to better blood circulation and thus improves the metabolic rate in the body.
It is written in the Hindu scriptures that Ganesha can be impressed when a person fully devotes himself to Lord Ganesha and submits to a generous, noble life. Ganpati will not only reward their efforts, but also accelerate their progress to help her become a better person in life.
So, to achieve optimal results, one should persuade Lord Ganesha to bring success, wealth, happiness, peace, and dispel fear, to turn twisted paths and to have the mind unadulterated, one should continue to observe certain things before beginning the evocation of the Ganesha Mantras. These are as follows:
➳ You should refresh yourself completely before beginning the prayer service.
➳ One should completely devote oneself to Lord Ganesha and open oneself to the positive in the universe.
➳ You should always start with some sort of Puja offering, first singing the Ganesha mantra and then following that routine with the dedication.
Lord Ganesha is the epitome of focus and clarity in the middle of a gray world full of duality and confusion. One should, therefore, dedicate his inner self to Lord Ganesha and sing these mantras for happiness and enlightenment, as well as good health, wealth, and happiness, and see in his own eyes how one transforms one's life.
1. The goddess Lakshmi is Ganesha's stepmother; with it, he guarantees prosperity, abundance, wealth, luck, money, wealth, happiness and all material success.
2. With the Goddess Saraswati, Ganesha grants scholarship, educational achievement, intelligence, keen intellect, knowledge, concentration, spiritual powers and spirituality.
3. In Hinduism Lord Ganesha is worshiped at the beginning of every opportunity. The singing of the Ganesh mantra is considered very auspicious and divine.
4. The singing of the Ganesh Mantra Chant removes every enemy in the life of the followers and he / she gets concentration and clarity. The singing of his mantras also removes fears and phobias.
5. Singing from the Ganesh Mantra not only brings rewards for our efforts, but also accelerates progress and helps to become a better person in life.