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Ganesa statue
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Ganesha is the son of the god Shiva, Parvati's wife Shiva wants to have a child to kiss him all over, saying that, Shiva pulls Parvati's shirt and uses her cloth to create. Out a child and say: "Parvati, take her son and kiss him as you like." When the baby-shaped piece touches the goddess's chest, the baby becomes alive, as the baby becomes more agile and agitated. At that time she used two lotus petals on her hands to caress the baby. While sucking milk, her lotus face blossomed, she turned her eyes to her mother and kissed her face.
The birth of Ganesha from a piece of cloth is a miracle given by the god Shiva, so the baby does not live long, in a very short time, a good death will come to the baby of life. This, and soon the baby's head fell to the ground. Parvati was in great pain. She embraced her body and sobbed. She kept shouting, "My baby, my baby." Stupefied, Shiva took her son's head and said gently to the goddess, let her sorrow, I will give her a new life. Shiva advised her to put the head between her shoulders. Goddess Parvati follows her husband, but the head does not fit firmly. Then there was a voice from heaven saying, "Sir Shiva, the head of your son was born with a wound created by the suicide of the planet, so it can not live with that. Put one's head on his shoulders and bring it back to life, and because his baby is fateful in the north, bring someone's head north and cut into the baby ". Upon hearing the voice of heaven, Shiva called Nandin and gave it to him.
Nandin roamed the three universes and then to Amaravati where he saw Airavata, Indra's elephant with its head pointing to the north. A battle between Nandin (servant of Shiva) and the elephant, Indra's army. In the end, the mighty Nandin has won, giving Airavata the head of elephants to Shiva, the god Shiva gladly hugging Nandin and placing the elephant's head between his son's shoulders. As soon as the elephant's head is in place, the baby becomes very animated. The god is a bit stubby, with the face of the king - the elephant, as bright as the moon and red as roses. God has four arms, three beautiful eyes of gods sparkled in the presence of Shiva.
All the gods came to see Shiva's child with the king's head - the elephant brought a good omen. After that, Brahma and other gods anointed the baby, Brahma gave it the name "Abdomen". The beautiful baby shines among the gods and so they say, "Let the baby be the King of gods and be worshiped before all the gods." Then Saraswati (2) gives the child a pen and ink jar, Brahma gives a bead; Indra (Thunder God) gives it a sharp stick to push the elephant; Padmavati (3) gave it a lotus and Shiva gave it a tiger skin; Brhaspati (4) gave it a sacred thread, Goddess gave it a mouse to drag the chariot ... So, the gods promoted Ganesha is the god of the leaders of the gods, but not, god Ganesha does not forgive. What is the world, god has become a great yoga teacher, doing good things, giving good things for everyone.
 
All the gods praise Ganesha: "God, Shiva, because his son is fat, call him Lambodara, only think of his son, those who create obstacles are afraid, Let your child be called the Lord of the Vigilants (Vighnesa) and also the God who removes all obstacles. The god is honored as sacred, lucky and happy.
 
From then on, whether anyone is traveling or undertaking a project, remember to pray that Ganesha will get the results you want, to bless all prayers. The Hindus usually offer some gifts before Ganesha when starting a business, even going to ask his wife. Ganesha is also a god of wisdom, a wise man who removes all obstacles, the god of not only the most loved of the people of India but also the Cham, the Thai, the Khmer ...
 
The Cham sculpture museum is home to over 2,000 artifacts of Cham sculpture, including three statues of Ganesha: a standing statue and two sitting statues carved from stone jelly. At present, two statues are being displayed at My Son room, which are two outstanding works attracting the attention of visitors. Come to the Museum of Cham Sculpture Danang, visitors not only admire the beauty in the sculpture Champa general but one time to touch the ivory or forehead of the gods, wish to meet many good luck Happiness and success in every job.

 

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