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Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya - upbeat Lord Ganesha bhajan for kids in English with meaning

Updated: Sep 14, 2023

Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya, Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2) Moriya, Moriya, Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2)


Ashta Vinayaka, Mangala Dayaka Ashta Vinayaka, Mangala Dayaka, Siddhi Vinayaka Moriya (X2) Moriya Moriya Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2)


Vinayaka is another name for Lord Ganesh, ashta meaning eight (there is a pilgrimage of 8 temples of Lord Ganesha in India), the giver (dayak) of fortune (mangal)


Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya, Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2) Moriya, Moriya, Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2)


Vignavinashaka, Moksha Pradayka Vignavinashaka, Moksha Pradayaka Mangala Murti Moriya (X2) Moriya Moriya Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2)


Victory to Lord Ganesha, the one who removes obstacles, destroyer (vinashaka) of sorrows and the one who grants (pradayka) salvation (moksha).


Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya Ganapathi Bapa Moriya (X2) Moriya Moriya Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2)


you may find that some chant this verse, I don't so it's optional


Sindhura Vadhana Pankaja Ramana

Sindhura Vadhana Pankaja Ramana Ganapathi Bapa Moriya (X2)

Moriya Moriya Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2)


(To finish slow) Shri Ganaraya Jai Ganaraya Ganapathi Bapa Moriya (X2) Moriya Moriya Ganapati Bapa Moriya (X2)


All our endeavours are started with first praying to Lord Ganesha. This bhajan is singing the praises of Lord Ganesh, reciting some of his different names. He who grants prosperity and removes all our obstacles. It is an easy bhajan for children to learn and it can be sung slowly or quickly.




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