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Ganesh and Siddhi

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "Source: http://www.yoganaturesheffield.org.uk/blog/4585241003/Deity-of-the-Month-Ganesha/9251783"
2 Enakshi Ganguly = ""In some Hindu cultures, Hindu God Ganesh is considered to be a bachelor. But there are some cultures in which he is a family man. Siddhi and Riddhi are the wives of Hindu God Ganesha. There is an interesting story which narrates how Ganesh Got Married.""
3 Enakshi Ganguly = ""'Siddha' means to fulfil, to perfect, as when it is said in day to day life, 'You have to make your action siddha.' When you perfect and complete something, that is siddhi."Source: http://www.yogamag.net/archives/1981/joct81/sidmean.shtml"
4 Sara Di Diego = ""Siddhi, the personification of spiritual power and one of Ganesh’s consorts, perches on his leg holding a basket of round sweets called laddus, which represent the rewards of living a wise life."Work Cited:https://www.mfah.org/art/100-highlights/ganesh-and-siddhi/"
5 Sara Di Diego = ""The tusk in Ganesh’s lower right hand signifies self-sacrifice. He broke it off so that he could use it to write the sacred epic poem the Mahabharata."Work Cited:  The tusk in Ganesh’s lower right hand signifies self-sacrifice. He broke it off so that he could use it to write the sacred epic poem the Mahabharata. "
6 Sara Di Diego = ""The couple’s seat above a rat, said to be the greediest member of the animal kingdom, symbolizes control over the constantly gnawing creature and the human vice it represents."Work Cited:https://www.mfah.org/art/100-highlights/ganesh-and-siddhi/"