VENKY asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 1 decade ago

I want to know the other names of LORD VIGNESWARA. Probably in Greek and other Languages?

I WNAT TO KNOW THE DIFFERENT NAMES OF LORD VIGNESWARA AND COMPILE. SO, PLEASE SEND THE NAMES OF LORD VIGNESWARA IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES LIKE TAMIL, KANNADA, HINDI, GREEK, LATIN AND ANY OTHER LANGUAGE.

I WILL BE VERY THANKFUL TO ALL

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  • 1 decade ago
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    See Ganesh Sahasranamamala. You will get 1000 names of Vighneshwar.

    108 Names of Lord Ganesha and the meanings

    1. Akhurath: One who has mouse as his charioteer

    2. Alampata : Ever eternal lord

    3. Amit : Incomparable lord

    4. Anantachidrupamayam: Infinite and consciousness personified

    5. Avaneesh: Lord of the whole world

    6. Avighna: Remover of obstacles

    7. Balaganapati: Beloved and lovable child

    8. Bhalchandra: Moon-crested lord

    9. Bheema: Huge and Gigantic

    10. Bhupati: Lord of the gods

    11. Bhuvanpati: God of the gods

    12. Buddhinath: God of wisdom

    13. Budhipriya: Knowledge bestower

    14. Bhudhividhata: God of knowledge

    15. Chaturbhuj: One who has four arms

    16. Devadeva: Lord of all lords

    17. Devantakanashakarin: Destroyer of evils and asuras

    18. Devarata: One who accepts all gods

    19. Devendrashika: Protector of all gods

    20. Dharmik: One who gives charity

    21. Dhoomravarna: Smoke-Hued lord

    22. Durja: Invincible lord

    23. Dvaimatura: One who has two mothers

    24. Ekaakshara: He of the single syllable

    25. Ekadanta: Single-Tusked lord

    26. Ekadrishta: Single-Tusked lord

    27. Eshanputra: Lord Shiva?s son

    28. Gadadhara: One who has the mace as his weapon

    29. Gajakarna: One who has eyes like an elephant

    30. Gajanana: Elephant-Faced lord

    31. Gajananeti: Elephant-Faced lord

    32. Gajavakra: Trunk of the elephant

    33. Gajavaktra: One who has mouth like an elephant

    34. Ganadhakshya: Lord of all Ganas (Gods)

    35. Ganadhyakshina: Leader of all the celestial bodies

    36. Ganapati: Lord of all Ganas (Gods)

    37. Gaurisuta: The son of Gauri (Parvati)

    38. Gunina: One who is the master of all virtues

    39. Haridra: One who is golden colored

    40. Heramba: Mother?s Beloved son

    41. Kapila: Yellowish-Brown coloured

    42. Kaveesha: Master of poets

    43. Krti: Lord of music

    44. Kripalu: Merciful lord

    45. Krishapingaksha: Yellowish-Brown eyed

    46. Kshamakaram: The place of forgiveness

    47. Kshipra: One who is easy to appease

    48. Lambakarna: Large-Eared lords

    49. Lambodara: The huge bellied lord

    50. Mahabala: Enormously strong lord

    51. Mahaganpati: Omnipotent and supreme lord

    52. Maheshwaram: Lord of the universe

    53. Mangalamurti: All auspicious lord

    54. Manomay: Winner of hearts

    55. Mrityunjaya: Conqueror of death

    56. Mundakarama: Abode of happiness 57. Muktidaya: Bestower of eternal bliss

    58. Mushikvahana: One who has mouse as charioteer

    59. Nadapratithishta: One who appreciates and loves music

    60. Namasthetu: Vanquisher of all evils and vices and sins

    61. Nandana: Lord Shiva?s son

    62. Nideeshwaram: Giver of wealth and treasures

    63. Omkara: One who has the form of<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 /> OM

    64. Pitambara: One who has yellow-colored body

    65. Pramoda: Lord of all abodes

    66. Prathameshwara: First among all

    67. Purush: The omnipotent personality

    68. Rakta: One who has red-colored body

    69. Rudrapriya: Beloved of lord Shiva

    70. Sarvadevatman: Acceptor of all celestial offerings

    71. Sarvasiddanta: Bestower of skills and wisdom

    72. Sarvatman: Protector of the universe

    73. Shambhavi: The son of Parvati

    74. Shashivarnam: One who has a moon like complexion

    75. Shoorpakarna: Large-eared Lord

    76. Shuban: All auspicious lord

    77. Shubhagunakanan: One who is the master of all virtues

    78. Shweta: One who is as pure as the white colour

    79. Siddhidhata: Bestower of success and accomplishments

    80. Siddhipriya: Bestower of wishes and boons

    81. Siddhivinayak: Bestower of success

    82. Skandapurvaja: Elder brother of Skanda (Lord Kartik)

    83. Sumukha: Auspicious face

    84. Sureshwaram: Lord of all lords

    85. Swaroop: Lover of beauty

    86. Tarun: Ageless

    87. Uddanda: Nemesis of evils and vices

    88. Umaputra: The son of goddess Uma (Parvati)

    89. Vakratunda: Curved trunk lord

    90. Varaganapati: Bestower of boons

    91. Varaprada: Granter of wishes and boons

    92. Varadavinayaka: Bestower of Success

    93. Veeraganapati: Heroic lord

    94. Vidyavaridhi: God of wisdom

    95. Vighnahara: Remover of obstacles

    96. Vignaharta: Demolisher of obstacles

    97. Vighnaraja: Lord of all hindrances

    98. Vighnarajendra: Lord of all obstacles

    99. Vighnavinashanaya: Destroyer of all obstacles and impediments

    100. Vigneshwara: Lord of all obstacles

    101. Vikat: Huge and gigantic

    102. Vinayaka: Lord of all

    103. Vishwamukha: Master of the universe

    104. Vishwaraja: King of the world

    105. Yagnakaya: Acceptor of all sacred and sacrificial offerings

    106. Yashaskaram: Bestower of fame and fortune

    107. Yashvasin: Beloved and ever popular lord

    108. Yogadhipa: The lord of meditation

  • Louise
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Within recent history names probably wouldn't change too much. My guess is that an older name will have more variance - it takes time for language to "own" a name. e.g. Jacob from ~4000 years ago is equivalent to today's James Joshua from ~3800 years ago is equivalent to Jesus Alexander is comparatively new so the changes are smaller between languages Greek = Alexandros, Spanish = Alejandro, etc. A newer name, especially in our modern, world-travelling and freely-communicating on a global scale (e-mail, internet, phone, etc.) society, can appear in a lot of places without change (maybe with an accent from a native speaker). Another thing to consider is phonetically - not all languages have the same tool-kit. i.e. it might be impossible to accurately pronounce or spell a word in another language causing that word to shift (i.e. if there is no PSI sound in the English language, as there is in Greek and Slavonic, how would you pronounce it or adjust it if you had to use it?).

  • 1 decade ago

    Vigneswara or Ganesha has many names. The word Ganesha itself is made up of gana (followers of Shiva) and isha (lord), thus Shiva appointed him the lord of his ganas. Ga means "knowledge", and means " salvation" both of which are combined in gana.

    Ganapati (Lord of the tribe or attendants "lord of the ganas", Shiva's multitude of attendants)

    Vinayak( knowledgeable)

    Vighnesvara (controller of all obstacles)

    Gajanana (elephant-faced)

    Gajadhipati (Lord of elephants)

    Lambkarn (long-eared)

    Lambodar (pendant-bellied)

    Ekadant (having one tusk).

    Pillaiyar (In south India)

    Shakti Ganpati (Tantric Cult)

    Suryanganpati (Nepal)

    Prahaganpati (Cambodia)

    Vinayakshra (Japan)

    The Greek God of wisdom is known as Janus and is pictured with the head of an elephant.

    In Mexico, an elephant headed, human torso God is worshipped.

    the twelve names of Lord Ganesh are .

    SUMUKHASH CHAIKADANTASHCHA KAPILOGAJA KARNAKAH LAMBODARASHCHA VIKATOVIDHNANASHO VINAYAKAH DHUMAKETURGANADHYAKSHO BHALCHANDRO GAJANANAH DVADASHAITANI NAMANI YAH PATHECHCHHRIGUYADAPI VIDYARAMBHE VIVAHE -CHA PARVESHE NIGRAME TATHA SANGRAME SANKATE CHAIVA VIDHNASTASYA NA JAYETE

    Meaning : 1) Sumukha, 2) Ekadanta, 3) Kapila, 4) Gajakarna, 5) Lambodara, 6) Vikath, 7) Vidhnanashaka, 8) Vinayaka, 9) Dhumraketu, 10) Ganadhayaksha, 11) Bhalchandra, 12) Gajanana.

    Hope this helps.

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