Chant this shloka if you see the moon on Ganesha Chaturthi!

MindfulMotherhood

27-08-2022 • 17秒

Indian festivals are known for cultural diversity and rich traditions. Every festival has a reason behind it like the births of Lords, the change of seasons, glorifying a relationship, etc. As parents, it is up to us to highlight the importance of every festival to our children. Thus, any festival has a message that must be transferred from one generation to another. Festivals also give us an opportunity to meet our family and friends under one roof. In this book a little boy Hari takes us through Swarna Gowri and Ganesha Chaturthi festival celebrated by his family. Let us not only teach our kids to celebrate but also give them an opportunity to involve in all the preparatory activities for the festivals, like how Hari does.

This shloka has to be chanted in case you see the moon on the day of Ganesha Chaturthi!