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Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:51 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Kishan Rao Sangem" sangem.kishanrao

*Rug 1.23.1 "Ganaanaam thvaa.........." is about the
omniscient-sarvaantharyami ,not Parvathi's son Vighneshvara*

*Rug1.23.1*

" Ganaanaam thvaa Ganpathim havaamahe kavim kaveenaam upa mashrava thamam,
jyeshta raajam brahmanaam brahmanaspada shrunvan noothi (oothi+bhih) bhihi
sieda saadanam".

Above is narrowly interpreted by many Pourohits/sanskrit scolars, it is
recited in Ganpathi Pooja, and other shubha karmas.Ganaathi;s broa meaning
is " official of main goods" & ganaanam is notable important matterws. He
is not merely Vinaayaka s/o goddess Parvathi.

*Padarha*:Ganaanam=Notable important goods,Ganapathi=officer of main goods,
kaveenaam= good person (with wisdom),kavim=sarvagnyudu, upam sharavasthavam
=person quoted while giving upamaanam,jyeshtarajam=Jyeshtudu/praise-worthy
person,sthva= you atr paeameshvara, havaamahe=invite/receive ,othibhih=
protection, krunvan=hearing, nah=ours, saadana=place where we are staying,
seeda=allow to stay with stability.

Meaning=We are owners of wealth & important goods,we invoke the
omniscience(ganapathi) &pray him.
If my understanding is wrong, please correct.

S Kishan Rao,Prof of Economics
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