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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM LORD GANESHA

PRESENTING A GOOD FRONT

Ganesha‘s excellent image took thousands of years to evolve. In Hindu mythology, Brahma stands for creation, Vishnu for preservation and Shiva for destruction. Ganesha, son of Shiva and Parvati, took his unique place among these principal deities because of his wisdom and courage.

Emerging as early as 1200 B,C., about the time of the Mahabharata, Ganesha has been worshipped by devotees across the country. He is believed to embody Om, the sound from which the world was created, and Yak, the first word.

Early representations of Ganesha show an elephant-headed warrior with the beard of a rishi, a sword and snake in one hand and a quill in the other, with a trident to one side—the embodiment of both courage and wisdom. Later, in the Deccan region, Ganesha was pictured with a sheaf of corn and sugarcane, with a mouse as his vehicle. Invoking him made it possible for farmers to eradicate their worst problem, namely rodents, insuring a bountiful harvest. Ganesha is thus the guardian and protector of success, in this case, a good harvest.

Mythology is replete with stories of the origin and qualities of Ganesha. Many of these tales, which figure in the Puranas, poke good-humored fun at the gods in their all-too-human predicaments. They teach the truths, beliefs and values of religion in the simplest ways possible and leave a lasting image in the minds of adult and child alike

It seems Lord Ganesha is not just the remover of obstacles and a giver of knowledge. He’s also a management guru who embodies the qualities needed by a smart manager.

 Big head inspires us to dream big and profitably,Think big and learn more attitude can be following the life.

Big ears instruct us to listen attentively to new ideas and suggestions, The big ears ask us to listen more and small mouth warns us to speak less. The people who speak more lose their charm and impact.

 Peoples do not take them seriously. Mostly you make more number of enemies by speaking more; all secrets and shortcomings come out.

 Speak less to appear intelligence and wise.

 By listening more, you can understand others more and develop better relationship. Peoples feel that good listeners are good friends.

 The long nose, the trunk conveys us to smell early and recognize early.

 They ask us to have a better understanding of the situation.

 By early smelling, we can understand other’s better, their thoughts, their planning, and their good-bad motives.

 Long nose also asks us to search new opportunities, to recognize them and to get success.

The long nose, the trunk conveys us to smell early and recognize early.

 They ask us to have a better understanding of the situation.

 By early smelling, we can understand other’s better, their thoughts, their planning, and their good-bad motives.

 Long nose also asks us to search new opportunities, to recognize them and to get success.

Big narrow eyes signify the need to concentrate, and do not distract here and there. Be focus in the life. Always keep sharp eyes to judge situation and control condition

 Big small mouth reminds us that silence is golden.

Big stomach directs us for standard of maturity.

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