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2 Different love stories of Lord Ganesha’s marriage

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The names of Ganpati’s wives are Siddhi and Riddhi
  • Ganesha  and Kartekeya
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    Ganesha and Kartekeya

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

  • Shiva and Parvati
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    Shiva and Parvati

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

  • Lord Ganesha
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    Lord Ganesha

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

  • Shiva and Parvati
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    Shiva and Parvati

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

  • Lord Subrahmanya
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    Lord Subrahmanya

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

  • Ganesha
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    Ganesha

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

  • Riddhi and Siddhi
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    Riddhi and Siddhi

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

  • Riddhi and Siddhi
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    Riddhi and Siddhi

    In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesha is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganeshaa. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesha got married.

    Shiva and Parvati were very happy at the services rendered by their son Ganesha. For the destruction of the demon Taraka Asura, a second son was born to them. His name was Kartekeya. The whole universe adored him with the name ‘Subrahmanya,’ as he blessed his devotees with the knowledge of Brahman.

    The universal parents, Shiva and Parvati, thought of marriage for their two sons, Ganesha and Subrahmanya, as they had attained youth-the right time for marriage. When their parents revealed the decision for them to marry, the two boys began quarreling.

    Click on this slide show to know the first story of Gnaesha’s marriage….

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