Ganesha - God of Good Beginning

Ganesha - God of Good Beginning

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The batik painting of Lord Ganesha, the God of wisdom is unique in itself in the sense that it gives almost a three-dimensional effect to the painting. The painter seems to have a perfect knowledge about the patterns of colour and lines. The picture-perfect painting reflects the beauty of a typical Batik painting with the application of the method of dewaxing. As waxes are removed from the painting it gives the painting a very impressive effect.

The greatest epic Mahabharata has been ascribed to Ved Vyaasa, who while thinking about the epic realised that his thoughts were flowing faster than his pen. So he requested Ganesh to write, while he dictated. Ganesha agreed on the condition that Ved Vyaas must not stop his dictation even for a second. Ved Vyaas agreed on the condition that Ganpatiji would only write a couplet after he understood it.
Ganeshji speed in writing was unsurpassed; hence Ved Vyaasji composed a difficult 'shloka' from time to time to keep Ganeshji busy trying to understand what he was writing.


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The batik painting of Lord Ganesha, the God of wisdom is unique in itself in the sense that it gives almost a three-dimensional effect to the painting. The painter seems to have a perfect knowledge about the patterns of colour and lines. The picture-perfect painting reflects the beauty of a typical Batik painting with the application of the method of dewaxing. As waxes are removed from the painting it gives the painting a very impressive effect.

The greatest epic Mahabharata has been ascribed to Ved Vyaasa, who while thinking about the epic realised that his thoughts were flowing faster than his pen. So he requested Ganesh to write, while he dictated. Ganesha agreed on the condition that Ved Vyaas must not stop his dictation even for a second. Ved Vyaas agreed on the condition that Ganpatiji would only write a couplet after he understood it.
Ganeshji speed in writing was unsurpassed; hence Ved Vyaasji composed a difficult 'shloka' from time to time to keep Ganeshji busy trying to understand what he was writing.


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