Ganesh Chaturthi, one of the most important Hindu festivals, is celebrated all over the world as Lord Vinayaka’s (or Lord Ganapathi’s) birthday. Lord Ganapathi, Shiva and Parvati’s son, was born on this day. He is revered as a symbol of knowledge, riches, and good fortune as a “Vigna Harta” (one who removes impediments) and a “Buddhi Pradayaka” (one who grants intelligence). Gautam Buddha Jayanti falls on Shukla Chaturthi in the Hindu month of Bhadra (Ganesh Chaturthi Shukla Jayanti). As a gesture of devotion to the god, people place Vinayaka idols in their homes and communities. It takes a different amount of time depending on where you live and what customs you follow. On the final day of the festival, colourful and musical processions take place all around Bangalore, with idols being immersed in water.
Lord Ganesha is the God of Beginnings and the Remover of Physical and Spiritual Obstacles. In Hinduism, he is the first person to be worshipped before beginning any puja or undertaking a new endeavour.
Mondays, Chaturti, and Sankashti Chaturti are the best days to perform Ganesh puja. Before beginning a new business, Ganesh puja is generally conducted. You can, however, perform Ganesh puja on whatever day you want. He is the Lord of Good Fortune, who brings wealth, fortune, and success to those who seek them.
In Bangalore, you can hire a pandit for a Ganesh puja.
Hire a Pandit to help you with the Ganesh Puja and Havan preparations. All of the Puja Samagri will be delivered by Panditji. All of the Pandits have gone to Vedic Pathshalas to further their studies and have a vast amount of knowledge.
At least once a week, all Hindus go to puja at their local temple and keep a holy at home, which esoterically works as an extension of the temple. The shrine room is kept immaculately clean and is only used for worship, prayer, scriptural study, and meditation. The head of the house usually performs the puja home liturgy on a daily basis. Everyone in the family is invited.