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GANPATI STHAPANA AND VISARJAN PUJA SAMAGRI

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Supari, Laung, Roli, Rice, Chandan, Haldi Powder, Haldi Gath, Dhoop, Kapoor, Ghee, Batti(Round), Batti(Long), Match Stick, Deepak, Agarbatti, Red Cloth, Kesar, Panchmeva, Elaichi, Dona, Moli, Itra, Abheer, Gulal, Wheat, White Cloth, Ganga Jal, honey, Mishri, Gud, Janeu, Sindoor, Oil, Gulab Jal, Peeli Sarson, Moong

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Supari, Laung, Roli, Rice, Chandan, Haldi Powder, Haldi Gath, Dhoop, Kapoor, Ghee, Batti(Round), Batti(Long), Match Stick, Deepak, Agarbatti, Red Cloth, Kesar, Panchmeva, Elaichi, Dona, Moli, Itra, Abheer, Gulal, Wheat, White Cloth, Ganga Jal, honey, Mishri, Gud, Janeu, Sindoor, Oil, Gulab Jal, Peeli Sarson, Moong

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Introduction
Ganpati Sthapana Puja is one of the most important and foremost ritual of every Puja, Yagna or any auspicious task undertaken. Call him Ganpati, or refer to him as Vinayaka, pray to him as Vighneshwara or worship the Lambodara; they are few of many different names that Lord Ganesha is known by. Lord Shiva had a warrior clan, which was collectively known as Ganas and Ganpati was the ‘Ishta’, i.e; The Head of the warrior clan. Hence he was bestowed with the name Ganesha!

Significance of Ganpati Sthapana and Visarjan Puja:
As the story goes, Lord Shiva in anger, beheaded Ganpati. After this, Lord Brahma granted a boon that Ganesh Puja will be performed before every puja.

Hence every auspicious or purification Vidhi requires the worship of Lord Ganesh right at the start.

Occasions to Perform Ganpati Sthapana and Visarjan Puja:
Ganesh Visarjan marks the end of Ganesh Chaturthi and falls on the day of Anant Chaturdashi. The Ganesh Chaturthi commences with the Ganesh Sthapana and ends with Visarjan on the fifth, seventh or the last day.

Ganpati Sthapana and Visarjan Puja Vidhi:

Ganesh Sthapana Vidhi:
The Ganesh Sthapana Puja starts with setting up of the Ganesh Murti or a Puja Paan (leaf/paper) or Kalash or maybe even all three together. The latter two symbolize Lord Ganesh.
The Vidhi starts with praying to the Murti (Avaahan) and placing it on a wooden base or a low table for Praan Pratishthan.
The next step is offering five flowers (preferably red hibiscus). This is known as Pushpanjali.
 We then wash Lord Ganesha’s feet with water and scented water (Arghya). Water is also offered as a sip to be consumed (Aachaman).
 It is then time for Ganesh snaanam and abhishekam. The murti has to be first bathed using water and then with Panchamrut (a mix of milk, curd, ghee, honey and sugar and in that order). This is followed by application of scented oil on the murti. The final step is washing away the excess oil using Gangaajal.
The murti is then made to wear new Vastras and Yajnopavita or Janoyi.
The freshly bathed and clothed murti is then offered grains of rice i.e. akshata, then phoolmala, shaami patra, durva, sindoor,dhoop, diya and Naivedya (Prasad).
The final offerings include 5 leaves of Paan along with betel nuts (supari), coconuts and dakshina.
The Ganpati Sthapana Puja Vidhi is concluded by singing the Ganesh Aartis and chanting various Ganesh Mantras

Ganesh Visarjan Puja Vidhi:
 The Murti is worshipped by singing the Ganesh Aarti. For most Pujas, visarjan is completed with a symbolic gesture of immersing of Ganesh Paan in the water or by offering water over Kalash.
For The Ganesh Chaturthi Puja, the Visarjan takes place in a pool, river or a bigger water body.
 The Ganpati Visarjan puja vidhi is performed by dipping the Murti three times in the water. The third dip should lead to complete immersion. A part of the sand where Ganesha is immersed in water is taken out and kept of the wooden Aaasana and stored safely at home.
 People who were a part of the Visarjan Vidhi have to come back to the Mandap or Pandal to sing the Aarti once again so that Lord Ganesha visits us when we invite him next.

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