Vandipe Ninage Gananatha – Lyrics

There is no festival or any function being performed before doing pooje to Lord Ganesha; he removes the obstacles from your path. So here comes one of the popular Ganesha Stotras in English and a screen shot followed in Kannada.

modal vandipe ninage gananatha
banda vigna kaleyo gananatha
modal vandipe ninage gananatha ||pa||

hinde ravananu madadinda ninna pujisade
sanda ranadalli gananatha ||1||

madhavana agneyinda dharmaraya poojisalu
sadhisida raajya gananatha ||2||

mangala muruti guru ranga vithalana pada
hingade paliso gananatha ||3||

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8 responses to this post.

  1. dear Madam
    Very simple song on Ganesha and can recite daily.
    OM GUM GANAPATHAYE NAMAHA
    If we recite this manthra,it helps to overcome difficulties as i have read in a book

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  2. I love this Bhajan. I remember hearing it a lot at the many sathsangs I attended as a kid. Thank you so much for posting the lyrics. :0)

    I also am a big Bhakta of Raghavendra Swami. He has really come through for me and my family, all our lives. :0D

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  3. Posted by Lavanya on January 27, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    Thank you for the lyrics of this bhajan. I was looking for it for some time now.Could you please post the lyrics of Cheluvu Nodamma Cheluvu (Lord Krishna Bhajan)?

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  4. Posted by Sindhu Manoj on October 12, 2011 at 6:31 am

    Dear Madam,

    As I mentioned earlier, I am a non-Kannadiga in Bangalore for quite sometime now.

    I would like you to give me some inputs regarding Sanskastahara Chathurthi,
    Please do mention the rituals to be followed, which slokas are to be recited. Is there anything like we have to observe the vratha – odd number of times etc.,

    I have been following this vratha,because I like Ganesha.
    I take only milk/tea/water or fruits and have a meal after the moon rise.People say that if the moon is not visible that night( due to clouds), we may as well see a photo of a God with moon on his head (Like Lord Shiva).

    I found your blog and thought this is a right place to post my query.

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  5. Posted by DAKalpana on September 2, 2013 at 10:20 pm

    Simple,yet lovely song,Meera ,I love your blog so much,Every time a festival comes its your blog that I turn to.You have such a beautiful name,MEERA.

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