New Delhi: Ganesh Chaturthi is being celebrated across the country on a grand scale. Ganesha, who is one of the most worshiped among Hindu deities, is also said to be the first worshiped Lord.
Ganesha teaches us not only about spirituality, but various other lessons
This is considered because of his sharp mind, and ability to make quick decisions. If Ganesha is carefully observed, he teaches us not only about spirituality, but various other lessons. Let us know about knowledge Lord Ganesh imparts about the world of investment:
1. First of all, the reason why Ganesh is called the first worshiped Lord: Ganesh and his brother Kartikeya had once got into a debate - who is the best of the two? The question was difficult, so Lord Shankar suggests whoever came first after three laps of the universe will be adjudged the best.
Kartikeya sat on his peacock, and started cutting three rounds of creation, but Ganesh knew that he could not pip Kartikeya sitting on his mouse.
Ganesha then rode his mouse and completed three round of his parents Gauri-Shankar, deeming them his entire universe.
From Ganesh's wisdom, we can learn that circumstances are not always conducive, but to remain in the market, we should seek solutions with patience.
2. Ganesh once had to follow his mother's orders against his father, which resulted in him losing his head. After this, he had received blessings of all the Gods for his firm commitment.
Many times the ups and downs in the market distract us, but those who persist with their policies with patience have profits in the long run.
3. If we look at the Ganesh statue carefully, we find that his right foot is above his left foot.
This indicates that we should listen to our brains more than our emotions when investing in the market.
4. Ganesha's elephant head separates him from other Hindu deities. Elephant is considered a very intelligent animal.
Likewise, Ganesh ji's big head advises us to take all information about the market before the investment.
5. The big ears of Ganesha teach us that as an investor we should be aware of every movement of the market.
Our vigilance protects us from future loss.
6. Ganesha's big stomach does not just show his love for food, but also teaches that after dealing with our daily needs, we should also save something for the future.
7. The small and sharp eyes of Ganesha teach us that we should see everything as an investor.
Prospects in the market are difficult, we should just come to redeem it.
8. Despite the big head of Ganesha, his small mouth teaches us two things.
First of all, we must never boast of our knowledge, as well as should never disclose our plans as an investor.
So this time Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates with pomp and as well as keeping these 8 sources of these Ganesha in mind, get their blessings too.