99 Thoughts On Ganesha
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Book Summary of 99 Thoughts On 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 adore-able 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 (born December 11, 1970) is an Indian physician turned leadership consultant, mythologist and author whose works focus largely on the areas of myth, mythology, and also management. He has written a number of books related to Hindu mythology, including Myth Mithya: A Handbook of Hindu Mythology, a novel, The Pregnant King, and Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata (2010).
Details of Book: 99 Thoughts On Ganesha (BSID:9839)
|Book||99 Thoughts On Ganesha|
|Publisher||Jaico Publishing House|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Everyone knows the story of Ganesha, at least that what is shown in TV shows and other folk stories. This book doesn't deal with that elaborated story, but rather the different versions of mythologies associated with Ganesha in different parts of India and the world and his gradual growth from a...
This review first appeared at http://satyasurya.wordpress.com/2013/... (my blog) . Ganesha, Sanatana Dharmaâ??s elephant headed deity is loved by many. Some like him as he is the one who removes obstacles, Some worship him as the manifestation of the Parabrahman, most of us as kids would have just...
This is a small and quick read. There are some nice illustrations of Ganesha along with a thought. While it is interesting to read these thoughts categorized by history, belief, scripture etc, some of the more interesting thoughts could have been expanded further. Nevertheless, still a worthwhile...
A lovely compilation by the master story teller, will make you fall in love with Ganesha. The 99 thoughts were quick and it was easy to relate to many of them. He does confuse you with too much information, like saying if Shakti is the mother or wife of Ganesha, but that's not a bad thing. It's a...
had a lot of expectations from this book on my favourite God.especially after reading mithya recently by the same author.contents rehashed..nothing very informative or thought-provoking.disappointed
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