Ganesh Jee | Miscellanea-4
4-Ganesh Mantra for Diabetes
[From "Aum Namah Shivaya Group" by Diwakara Tanjore]
Let us meditate on the following Shlok of Shree Ganesh for Diabetes
gajaananam bhoot ganaadi sevitam, kapittha jambhoo phal saar bhakshitam
The normal meaning of this Shlok
does not need any explanation. But let us see this in another context.
kapittha means = the stem of Lotus (lotus flower)
umaa means = sweet
paad pankajam means = both the legs
Now let us see how it is to be combined and studied
Take the complete plant of bitter gourd (including roots, stems, flowers, and bitter guard), take the stem of lotus flower, take the Jaamun fruit, all these things in equal quantity, make the juice of it and consume it. The word Ganaadi gives us the meaning for taking these items in equal quantity [Gana + Aadi] Gana means Number, Aadi means total] means, all these items should in equal quantity. (Actually no need to explain like this. Those who are learned, only an indication is enough to understand but for others this will also be insufficient)
Then what will happen - Umaasutam Shok vinaashanam, means the illness, the disease, the sickness which takes birth from Umaa, that is, from sweet will be Vinaash kaaranam, means it will vanish. Now, which is Shok, which is the Rog, which is the disease we get from sweet ..? No doubt, it is Diabetes. Then, those who are having Diabetes, they are warned to be very seriously careful to protect their legs, keep it very neat, clean and without dust, mud. (remember, the doctors advice the Diabetic patients to be careful towards their legs, keep it neat and clear etc)
Chanting of this Mantra keeping the Divine spirit of Ganesh in mind, no doubt, it will do away all hurdles in life. But if one chants this Mantra with the thinking explained above, it will result into destroying the Diabetic problems. Thus, the Dhyaan Shlok is not only to praise Lord Ganesh but if one is chanting this Mantra the Diabetic disease will also get vanished.
Created and Maintained by Sushma Gupta
Created on March 15, 2003 and Updated on May 17, 2013