Lord Ganapati is the most worshipped Hindu god, world over. Hindus worship Lord Ganapati before starting any auspicious work to avoid obstacles. Maha Ganapati represents Akashatattva. ‘Akasha’ means space where all the creation rests; space means opportunity without disturbance. Maha Ganapati Shanti is performed seeking the grace and benevolence of Ganapati. It brings positive vibrations to the home and workplace.
About Gokarna Kshetra:
Lord Ganapati has a special divine presence at Gokarna. It was Lord Ganesha, who made Ravana the demon king, give up the Atma Linga of Lord Shiva here. Ravana tried to attack Lord Ganesha, when he put the Atma Linga on the ground, Lord Ganesha turned to stone at Gokarna. Performance of Maha Ganapati Shanti Homa at Gokarna has special significance.
- Obliterates complications from all spheres of life
- Removes unnecessary obstacles
- Favorable results from projects, business, work