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“What is the significance of the term “Ganapati Bappa Morya”? Devotees chant Ganapati Bappa Morya all the time to sing the praises of Lord Ganesh. But how many of them know what the word Morya signify? The word Morya refers to a famous devotee of Lord Ganesh in the fourteenth century called Morya Gosavi, from Chinchvad, near Pune who invoked the Lord with severe penance. He attained siddhi (special powers and blessings) at Shree Chintamani and his son built the temple to commemorate the event.It is said that Moryaji also performed penances at Siddhi Vinayak in Ahmedabad and in Moreshwar/Mayureshwar at Moregoan where he also built the temple. Thus this depicts the inseparable relationship between God and his devotee.”

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“Many sages like tukaram maharaj and others have endorsed Moraya Gosavi as one who merged with Ganapati.
For rationalists, it will be hard to believe but for devotees, praying to Moraya Gosavi means praying to Lord Ganesh!”
Read more: Why we use Word “Morya” in Ganpati Bappa Morya? and what is a the meaning of Morya? | Answerbag

1) “Ganapati (Sanskrit: गणपति; gaṇapati), a synonym for Ganesha, is a compound composed of gaṇa, meaning “group”, and pati, meaning “ruler” or “lord”.”
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2) Bappa: father / Lord
“All join in this final procession shouting “Ganapathi Bappa Morya, Purchya Varshi Laukar ya” (O father Ganesha, come again speedily next year). ”
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“Morya Gosavi was a 14th century saint of the Ganapatya sect. He was a great devotee of Ganesha. He was originally from a village called Shaligram in Karnataka. He built the Mayureshwar temple at Morgaon, near Pune. The starting of the Ashtavinayak pilgrimage is attributed to him. The words Ganapati Bappa Morya are attributed to him. He was a contemporary of Chattrapati Shahu Maharaj and Peshwa Balaji Vishwanath Bhatt. He took sanjeevan samadhi at Chinchwad, Pune.”
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“Mangalmurti : ‘Man’ means complete and glu-gayate means the one endowing Serenity or purity. That which purifies both internally as well as externally is auspicious (mangal). An image bringing auspiciousness is thus Mangalmurti.In Maharashtra ‘Mangalmurti morya’ is used to proclaim Ganapati’s glory. The word morya in it refers to a famous devotee of Lord Ganesh in the fourteenth century called Morya Gosavi, from Chinchvad, near Pune. This depicts the inseparable relationship between God and a devotee.”
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what a team work

My First Performance with Taal on Djembe….love this…once again thanks for this awesome opportunity to play with them..:)

Come join Taal….its family of music

Dear All,

The Taal Inc. Students Ensemble Video is up on FB and Youtube. Do check and spread it on your databases. you will find the video on –

The next session will be on the 6th of April from “The Gig” will realistically start by 9:00pm. But please ask your friends invites to come early by 8:30pm/8:45pm so that we can start off by 9:00pm with all your friends there to witness this achievement.

Looking forward guys. Spread the word and all the very best.

Have a wonderful week ahead.

How to Set and Reach Your Goals in 2011

Ask few questions to your self:

  • Where Are You Now?

  • What Happened with Your Goals Last Year?

  • Where Would You Like to Be Next Year?

  • Ensuring You Make It

  • Your Goals (check it again….and again)


So what are you goals for 2011? ………………….Please share!


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Art Exhibition Pune – 17Dec10

Posted: December 18, 2010 in Art, Painting

2nd Art Exhibition-Pune 2010

Posted: December 11, 2010 in Art, News, Painting, Uncategorized

Art event

2nd Art Exhibition-Pune 201

Welcome All, for this art show organized by Aptara in TAG Art Gallery, Ishanya Mall Pune from 17th to 19th dec 2010.

Waiting for you…if you are in Pune 😉

Official Invitation– Let me know if you wish to buy any painting so mail us on (MAG)

MAG is a group of artist, we paint on request at very very economical rate. (We are not art agent, so no extra charges)