Lord Ganesha Stories For Kids: There are many deities in Hindu Religion. Lord Shri Ganesh is considered to be very much in him. Children like to know about Ganesha’s stories and their subject.
Children are happy when they see Lord Ganesha’s form. By looking at the fat, hands and elephant face of their fat every child feels fun, therefore children too love Shri Ganesh very much.
Today we have written stories of 5 Shri Ganesh Ji in this post which you will definitely love.
The Story Behind Ganesh Chaturthi
Once upon a time, all the gods were in the very difficult situation. All Dev came to the rescue of their problems in the shelter of Shiva. At that time, with Lord Shiva, Ganesha and Kartikeya also sat there.
Seeing the difficulties of the gods Shiva asked the question to Ganesh and Kartikeya – who among you will solve the problems of the Gods and help them. When the two brothers got ready to help, Shivaji arranged a competition in front of them. According to this competition, whatever happens in the two brothers, first of all, orbiting the earth, will help in the difficulties of the deities.
As soon as Shivaji said this thing – Kartikeya sat on his rover peacock to go round the earth. But Ganesha, who was standing in his place, started thinking that how can he take the whole earth through the help of a mouse? At the same time, there was a remedy in his mind. He went to his father Shivaji and Mata Parvati, and after seven rounds, he stood up and came back to his place.
After some time Kartikeya came back after taking a full round of the earth and started calling himself the winner. Then Shivaji looked towards Ganesha and asked him why – why did Ganesh not go round the Earth?
Then Ganesh replied – “Is the whole world in the parents only?” Whether orbiting the earth or the same thing of their parents.
Shivaji was very happy by listening to this and he ordered Ganesha to remove the difficulties of all the Gods.
:: Also, Shiva also blessed Ganesh Ji as well that all the sorrows of the person who performs your Pooja and fasting in the fourth part of Krishna Pakha will be removed and physical pleasures will be realized.
Ganesh Chaturthi Story – 2
One day the Parvati mother went to the bath but there was no protector there. Therefore, he incarnated a boy from Chandan’s paste and named him Ganesh. Mother Parvati ordered Ganesha to not let anyone go inside the house without their permission.
When Shivaji returned, he saw that one child stood at the door. When they began to enter, the child stopped them and did not let them go. Seeing where Shivaji was angry and his riding bull Nandi to fight with that child. But in the war, that little boy defeated Nandy. Seeing this Lord Shiva Ji got angry and cut off the Head of Ganesha.
Now when Mata Parvati came back she became very sad and started crying loudly. When Shivaji realized that he was his own son, he also realized his mistake. Shivaji tried to explain Parvati a lot but he did not accept it and took Ganesha’s name and began to get sorrowful.
In the end, Mother Parvati became angry and asked Shivaji to revive Ganesh with his power. Shivaji said – I can do Ganesh alive in Parvati but only after connecting the head of any other living creature. Mother Parvati cried and cried – I want my son to live in any situation.
On listening to this, Shiva ordered Nandi – Go Nandi In this world, any living creature that you may find tearing you off. When Nandy was searching for a serial, he first saw an elephant to him, then he cut his head. Lord Shiva linked that series to the body of Ganesha and gave life to Ganesha. Shivaji, therefore, named Ganesha as Ganapati and all the other gods gave him a boon that whatever new work it will do in this world first! Jai will remember Ganesha.
Ganesh Chaturthi Story – 3
When Maharishi Vedavya sat down to write the Mahabharata, he needed a person who wrote the Mahabharata story from his mouth. For this work, he chose Shri Ganesh Ji. Ganesh ji also agreed for this, but he had a condition that the whole Mahabharata will have to finish writing a moment without even having to stop. Ganesh ji said – If you stop even once, then I will stop writing.
Maharishi Vedavas accepted this condition of Ganesh ji. But Vedavas put a condition in front of Ganesh Ji and said – Ganesha will write just as you would like to write. Ganesh ji also admitted his condition. Both sat down to write the epic of the Mahabharata. Vedavis ji began to speak epic with his mouth and Ganesha started writing in a quick way by understanding and understanding. After writing for sometime, the pen of Ganesh ji suddenly broke down. The pen could not handle the speed of speaking Maharishi.
Ganesha understood that he was proud of a little and did not understand the power and wisdom of Maharishi. After that, he slowly broke one of his teeth and drowned in the ink and started writing the Mahabharata story again. Whenever the Vedas felt tired, they used to speak a difficult part, which Ganesha used to take time to understand and write and Maharishi also got the time to rest.
Maharishi Vedavas ji and Ganesh ji took 3 years to write Mahabharata. It is said that some of the verses of the Mahabharata have been turned around but still there are 100,000 verses in this verse.
Ganesh Story For Kids (Ganesha and his Mooshak)- 4
For a long time, there was a king of a very fierce battle – Gajmukh He wanted to be very powerful and wealth. He also wanted to subdue all the gods and goddesses and therefore always used to do penance for the blessing of Lord Shiva. To get a boon from Shiva, he left his state and started living in the jungle and started taking penance for ninety days to get a boon from Shiva, eat bread without drinking water.
After a few years passed, Shiva was impressed by seeing his extraordinary tenacity and Shiva appeared before him. Shiva gave happiness to the Divine powers by which he became very powerful. The greatest strength Shivaji gave to him was that he could not be killed by any weapon. Asur Gajmukh was proud of his powers and he started misusing his powers and attacking the gods and goddesses.
Only Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma and Ganesha were rescued from his terror. Gajmukh wanted that everyone worshiped him. All the gods reached the refuge of Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma ji and started praying for protection of their lives. Seeing this, Shiva sent Ganesh to stop Asur Gajmukh from doing all this.
Ganesh ji fought with Gajmukh and injured Asur Gajmukh badly. But even then he did not believe it. The monk turned himself into a mouse and ran to attack Ganesha. As soon as he reached Ganesh ji, Ganesh ji jumped on it and sat on it and Ganesh ji turned jammukh into a mood of life and kept it as a vehicle for a lifetime.
Later, Gajmukh was also pleased with this form and became a dear friend of Ganesh Ji.