Know the story of Bappa's marriage on Ganesh Chaturthi

Today, Ganesh Chaturthi is being celebrated everywhere. In such a situation, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati's son Ganesha is worshiped before all the Gods and with this, today Ganesha is going to be worshiped with great pomp. Let me tell you that the head of Lord Ganesha was of an elephant but when he had a dispute with Lord Parshuram, one of his teeth also broke in the battle, due to which he is called Ekadanta. Today we are going to tell you the story of Bappa's marriage.

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Story of Ganesha's marriage: Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati's son Ganesha is worshiped before all the Gods. They are worshiped before performing every auspicious task. Lord Ganesha had an elephant's head. However, when he had a dispute with Lord Parshuram, he lost a tooth in the battle. Therefore they are also called Ekdanta.

Due to these two reasons, none of the Dev girls were ready for marriage. Ganeshji used to be angry with this matter. And when any other god was married, he would have been tortured in some way. His rat would have been a partner in this work, he would go into the pavilion of the marriage and make it hollow and in this way, marriage got disturbed somehow.

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All the gods were worried about this. All the gods got upset and they went to Shiva. Shiva-Parvati advised Devgan that they should go to Brahmaji to solve this problem. When all the gods reached Brahma ji, he was absorbed in yoga. But after sometime two girls from the power of yoga emerged.

Whose names Brahma Ji named Riddhi and Siddhi. These were the psyche daughters of Brahma ji. Brahma took them to Ganesha and asked him to teach them. Ganeshji got ready. Whenever the rat brought the information of someone's marriage to Ganesha, Riddhi and Siddhi would leave no stone unturned to distract Lord Ganesha.

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In this way, marriages also started becoming smooth. One day the rat came and told about the smooth marriage of the gods, then Ganeshji understood the whole matter. Before Ganeshji became angry, Brahma appeared with him about Riddhi-Siddhi. He said you yourself have given them education. I cannot find any suitable groom for them.

You get married to them. In this way, Ganesha was married to Riddhi (Goddess of Wisdom) and Siddhi (Goddess of Success), and then later Ganesh had two sons Shubh and Laabh.

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