Bala Ganapati Dhyanam

This dhyanam is from Saiva Agama. It is used daily at Kauai Aadheenam in Mahaganapati pooja. It is a dhyanam on Lord Ganapati in the form of Bala Ganapati, "bala" meaning child.

  • Genre: stotram Deity: Ganesha
  • Artists: Sadhaka Nandinatha
  • Transliteration

    karastha kadalīcūta panaṣeksu kapitthakam |
    bālasūrya prabham vande devam bālagaṇādhipam ||


    I adore Lord Bala Ganapati, in whose four hands are a banana, mango, jackfruit, sugar cane, and wood apple. He has the brilliance of the rising young sun and playfully does every deed.

    Photo of  Gurudeva
    Choose a time for your meditation. Sit up so straight and strong and dynamic that you feel you are at that very moment the center of the universe.