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In India many states are celebrated to this Katha. This is why his birthday which falls in the Hindu month of Bhadrapada is celebrated on a grand scale with great fervour and joy. In our country, this festival is rejoiced mainly in Maharashtra, Goa and Andhra Pradesh whereas it is also celebrated greatly in foreign countries such as Unites States, Fiji, Canada, Thailand, Mauritius, Burma, Cambodia and Singapore.
Ganesh Chaturthi Vrat Katha
Once upon a time, Goddess Parvati while taking bath created a boy from the dough that she used for her own bath, and infused life into it. Thus Ganesha was born. She asked him to be on the entrance of the house to keep a guard.
She told him not to permit anyone to enter the house while she was taking bath. After sometime, Lord Shiva who was very thirsty came there but was stopped on the gate by Ganesha. After a little argument, Lord Shiva asked him to let him go inside but Ganesha refused and said that mother has asked to safeguard the house.
Lord Shiva tried to explain that he was the husband of Goddess Parvati and had a right to enter the house without anyone's permission, but Ganesha did not allow him to get inside. This made Lord Shiva very angry and he cut off the head of Ganesha with his trident as he did not know that Ganesha was his son. When Parvati came out after hearing the noise, she saw that her son lay dead.
She told the story to Lord Shiva and in her anger, told Lord Shiva that she will destroy the complete world. Afterwards, Lord Brahma went to Goddess Parvati seeking for mercy to protect the world from destruction. Then, she agreed on two conditions: one that her son should get back her life and the next he will be worshipped before all the gods and goddesses.
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