Ganga, Gaa Ang, The Song of Pure Divine Essence, The Ganges

Ganga, Gaa Ang, The Song of Pure Divine Essence, The Ganges

Sacred

The Ganga also known as the Ganges is the most sacred river to Hindus respectively.800px-Bhagirathi_River_at_Gangotri

Pureness

Its pureness is constantly challenged by incessant pollution in the form of domestic, industrial and toxic waste.

Observance

The ceremonial practices and rituals performed humbly seek to honor the traditions being observed since thousands of years reverentially.800px-Har_Ki_Pauri,_Haridwar

Captioned

The captioned title respectfully refers to the name of the river, Ganga and itself also admirably as Gaa Ang.

Definitions

The translational definition of Gaa refers to sing while Ang refers to part and here it seeks to refer to path which is the path of righteousness.800px-Devprayag_-_Confluence_of_Bhagirathi_and_Alaknanda

Righteous

Every aspect of our lives oscillates and amazingly evolves essentially on+from+form the platform of righteousness at its epicenter accompanied with the practice of compassion, diligence, prudence, responsibilities and wisdom.

Incantation

Its the song of the river inspiring millions of people to awaken to their higher self, their true nature, their true self and their divine essence by embracing the completeness, greatness, gracefulness, radiance, sincerity, truthfulness and wonderfulness of their lives by diligently, earnestly and faithfully sustaining the visions that belong to the goodwill, harmony and welfare of the Universe infinitely, God Bless.Boat_ride_on_the_Ganges,_Varanasi

Elucidation

Har Har Gange, Jai Maa Gange. The translation of this reads as Hail Hail the Ganges river, Victory to the Mother river Ganga.

Glorification

Jai Shiva Shankara Gangadhara. The translation of this reads as Victory to the benevolent, compassionate, graceful and pure Lord Shiva. Ganga when translated refers to water and dhara refers to accept where by the magnificent grace of Lord Shiva the river Ganga flowing from his hair exemplifies the true significance of bhakti. Bhakti refers to devotion and as it is known as said that Bhakti mein Shakti. This means Bhakti=Devotion and Shakti=Power and the most important element is the Pureness which we may notice that with pureness in our minds, hearts, intellect and soul we experience heaven on earth. It is a matter of understanding as well as an understanding of matter and matter as we all know is energy, this Universe and its frequencies are all energized with amazing pureness which beckons the human potential to awaken to its primordial aspirations of expressing our divinity and experiencing our evolutionary growth in grace and wisdom infinitely, Om Namaha Shivay, Shiva Shakti, God Bless. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

God Bless

May one and all be blessed with a vision of good health, happiness, and wisdom always, God Bless.

Love, Light and Wisdom,

Vashi

©2013 Vashi Chandi

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