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
    There is another way to show remorse for misdeeds. That is by performing seva, religious service, for persons you have wronged. Give them gifts, cook them food.