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5 Moral Lessons Of Ganesh You Can Teach Your Kids

By: Bindu Gowda

Ganapathi Bappa Moriya! Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated tomorrow (16th september) in a large scale and it is time for you to teach your kids the significance and prominence of Lord Ganesh in Hindu mythology. Ganesha holds a sacred place among all other gods. He is worshiped first. Ganesh is the favorite for all kids. Kids love Ganesh for his unique elephant head.

Things Needed While You Get Ganesha Home

There are plenty of lessons to be learnt from our beloved Lord Ganesh. Ganesh is attributed with many qualities which a child can instill into his day-to-day life. It is the duty of the parents to educate their kids about traditions and the importance of worshiping Ganesh. In this article we at Boldsky will share with you few moral lessons of Ganesh which will make your life better. Read on and don't miss to share it with your little ones.


Be Independent

Lord Ganesha is an independent deity who has great leadership qualities. Vinayak is the other name for Ganesh, which means a person without a leader! Teach your kids to be independent and to be their own leader!


Be Modest

Even though Lord Ganesh has great significance among Hindu gods, his vehicle is the modest - mouse. It reflects the humility of Ganesh. Simplicity wins everyone's heart and deserves great respect. Teach your kids to be humble irrespective of the wealth.


Be A Good Listener

One of the most eminent qualities of Ganesh is his large ears. His ears make him a good listener. Being a good listener helps to analyze a situation and to take proper decision.,It is an important quality to be taught to your kids.


Seek Wisdom

Ganesh's big head signifies his ability to grasp and understand many things in the universe. They say "Knowledge Is Power". Encourage your kids to seek more knowledge and wisdom to have a better understanding of the world.


Be Compassionate Towards Others

The body of Lord Ganesh is human while the head is of an elephant's. Only humans have a heart filled with emotions. Teach your kids to be affectionate and ask them to spread the love and happiness around.

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