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Namaste

1) Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism.
2) All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body.
3) Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body.
4) Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders.. etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also. 5) Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away.
6) Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury.
7) Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion.

  1. Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism.
  2. All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body.
  3. Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body.
  4. Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders.. etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also.
  5. Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away.
  6. Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury.
  7. Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion.

Namaste

1) Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism.
2) All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body.
3) Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body.
4) Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders.. etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also. 5) Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away.
6) Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury.
7) Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion.

Namaste

  1. Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism.
  2. All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body.
  3. Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body.
  4. Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders.. etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also.
  5. Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away.
  6. Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury.
  7. Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion.
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Namaste

1) Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism.
2) All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body.
3) Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body.
4) Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders...etc etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also. 5) Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away.
6) Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury.
7) Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion.

Namaste

1) Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism 2) All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body 3) Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body 4) Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders...etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also. 5) Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away 6) Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury 7) Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion

Namaste

1) Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism.
2) All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body.
3) Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body.
4) Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders.. etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also. 5) Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away.
6) Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury.
7) Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion.

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Namaste

1) Our representation of hindu gods & goddesses is riddled in deep mysticism 2) All the thousands of gods & goddesses represented in hindu scriptures are all related to "nadis' in human body 3) Each mantra invokes a nadi in the body 4) Lord Ganesh is a god for removing obstacles, a ordinary student has exams and pessimistic of exams, fear of elders...etc, so chanting of Lord Ganesha removes the minor obstacles, similarly applicble for elders also. 5) Elephant represents memory, for elephants can communicate with its other elephants in short waves, to an distance of 15 kms away 6) Goddess shown riding lionness or tiger. Lionness / Tiger = represents fury 7) Riding on any animal = control of that representative animal emotion