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99 Thoughts on Ganesha (Devdutt Pattanaik, Gujarati, Paperback)

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Brand / Publisher: Jaico Publishing House

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99 Thoughts on Ganesha (Devdutt Pattanaik, Gujarati, Paperback)
Author: Devdutt Pattanaik
Language: Gujarati
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Jaico
ISBN: 9788184953138, 8184953135
 
 
Description
Stories, Symbols and Rituals of Indias Beloved Elephant - Headed Deity.

In the game of cricket, having scored 99 runs, when a bats-man stands poised on the threshold of that much coveted century, he experiences the moment that is best associated with Ganesha.

Fear and uncertainty envelope him, between him and his achievement stand hurdles, both real and imaginary - A possible spin from the bowler can overwhelm him, his own anxiety can paralyze him, cheering fans can distract him. He needs divine intervention then. He needs to focus, get rid of all hurdles, perform, get the final run and achieve what he so longs for. In other words, he needs to think of Ganapati.

This book brings together 99 meditations to better understand the stories, symbols and rituals of that adorable Elephant - headed Hindu god who removes hurdles and brings prosperity and peace. Known variously as Ganapati, Gajanana, Vinayaka or Pillayar, he can help all of us score a century in the game called life.
 
About the Author
Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik is a medical doctor by training, a marketing manager by profession and a mythologist by passion. He lectures extensively on the relevance of sacred stories, symbols and rituals in modern times. His books include 7 Secrets of Hindu Calendar Art, Shiva: An Introduction, Vishnu: An Introduction, Devi: An Introduction, Hanuman: An Introduction, Lakshmi: An Introduction, Krishna: An Introduction, Shiva to Shankara: Decoding the Phallic Symbol, Goddesses in India, Man Who Was a Woman and Other Queer Tales from Hindu Lore and Indian Mythology: Stories, Symbols and Rituals from the Heart of the Subcontinent. 

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