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Shiva’s Home vs Kubera’s Kitchen


One day, Kubera paid a visit to Kailasa, the abode of Shiva, the hermit-god, where he met Shiva’s elephant-headed son, the corpulent Ganesha,the god of wisdom.

Kubera thought to himself, “Ganesha clearly loves food and Shiva can clearly not afford to feed him to his heart’s content.”

So as a favor to Shiva, Kubera offered to feed Ganesha one meal.

When Ganesha accepted the invitation and entered Kubera’s kitchen, Kubera said, “Eat to your heart’s content.”

Kubera soon regretted his words.

Ganesha’s appetite was insatiable. He ate everything that was in the kitchen and still asked for more. Food had to be bought from the larder and then from the market. But Ganesha was still hungry. “More please,” he said raising his trunk. Read more of this post

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Ganesha’s Jeweller


Ganesha's Jeweller

Girgaum resident Nana Vedak,is in the business of crafting ornaments for Ganesh idols. He inherited the business from his father in 1992.Ornaments created by Vedak adorn the deity at Siddhivinayak Temple.His fame grew after he started making jewellery for Lalbaugcha Raja and now he caters to various mandals spread across Maharashtra.

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