Ganesha is one of the most worshiped Gods. In Hindu mythology, he is the God, who removes all the difficulties and brings good luck to people. He is the first one to be worshiped, at the beginning of all the ceremonies.
Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Ganesha’s brother is called Kartikeya.
It is believed that once, Goddess Parvati created a little boy from the dirt of her body. When, the boy was created she thought, “This is a beautiful boy. I will treat him as my own son.” And so, she always treated him as his own son. She named him Ganesha.
Now, Ganesha had no work to do. He used to waste his time. Goddess Parvati, like all other mothers, did not like this.
This 16-page richly illustrated book is a part of our Classic tales collection, which consists of stimulating and enthralling stories for children.
Publisher:Maple Press; 1st edition (12 May 2016)
File size:3105 KB
Print length:13 pages