Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2021!

Ganapati Bappa Morya!!

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Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2021!

Ganesh Chaturthi, also called Vinayaka Chavithi, is an auspicious Hindu festival which is celebrated for 10 days every year. The festival is celebrated in the Bhadra month as per the Hindu calendar which generally falls in mid-August to September. It marks the birthday of the beloved elephant-headed Lord Ganesha.

Ganesha is known as the God of wealth, sciences, knowledge, wisdom and prosperity, and that’s why most Hindus remember him and seek his blessings before starting any important work. Lord Ganesh is known by 108 different names like Gajanana, Vinayaka, Vighnaharta among others.
This festival is celebrated with great devotion and joy by Hindus throughout the world. In India, it is majorly celebrated in states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, and Telangana.

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2021!

Ganesh Chaturthi history

Ganesha is the younger son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. There are various stories behind his birth but two of them are the most common ones.

According to the first story, Lord Ganesha was created by Parvati out of dirt from her body to guard her in the absence of Shiva. She gave him the task of guarding her bathroom door while she took a bath. In the meantime, Shiva returned home and Ganesha, who didn’t know who Shiva was, stopped him. This angered Shiva and he severed Ganesha’s head after a tiff between the two. Parvati was enraged when she came to know about this; Lord Shiva, in turn, promised to get Ganesha back to life. The devas were sent to search for a child’s head facing north but they could only find an elephant’s head. Shiva fixed the elephant’s head on the child’s body, and that how Ganesha was born.
The other popular story is that the Devas requested Shiva and Parvati to create Ganesha so that he can be a Vighnakarta (creator of obstacles) for rakshasas (demons), thus being a Vighnaharta (averter of obstacles) and helping Devas.

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2021!

Ganesh Chaturthi importance

It is believed that devotees who pray to Ganesha are able to fulfil their wishes and desires. So, the main essence of Ganesh Chaturthi is that devotees who pray to him are set free of sins and it leads them on the path of knowledge and wisdom.

Historically, the festival has been celebrated since the time of King Shivaji. It was during India’s freedom struggle that Lokmanya Tilak changed Ganesh Chaturthi from a private celebration to a grand public festival where people from all castes of the society can come together, pray and be united.

Over the years with growing environmental awareness, people have started celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi in an environmentally friendly way. This includes– getting Ganesha idols made of natural clay/ mitti and using only flowers and natural items for decorating the pandals.

Rituals of Vinayaka Chavithi

There are four main rituals which are performed during the 10-day long festival. They are namely– Pranapratishhtha, Shhodashopachara, Uttarpuja, and Ganpati Visarjan.
The excitement of Ganesh Chaturthi settles in weeks before the festival actually begins. Artisans start preparing clay idols of Ganesha in different poses and sizes.
The Ganesha idols are installed in beautifully decorated ‘pandal’ at homes, temples or localities. The statue is also decorated with flowers, garlands and lights. A ritual called Pranapratishhtha is observed where a priest chants mantra to invoke life in the diety.
Prayers are then offered to Ganesha’s idol in 16 different ways. This ritual is called Shhodashopachara.
People celebrate by singing or playing religious songs, dancing to drum beats and by lighting up fireworks– all of which add to the festive mood.
The Uttarpuja ritual is then performed which is about bidding farewell to Ganesha with deep respect. This is followed by Ganpati Visarjan, a ceremony wherein the statue is now immersed in water. While carrying the statue to the sea and while immersing it, people generally chant in the Marathi language ‘Ganapati Bappa Morya, Purchya Varshi Laukariya’ which means ‘Goodbye Lord, please come back next year’.
While some devotees celebrate this festival at home, others pay their visit to Lord Ganesha at public pandals. People offer their due respect, prayers and offerings to Ganesha. Dishes like Lord Ganesha’s favourite Modak, Pooran Poli, and Karanji are prepared for friends, family and visitors.

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Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2019

Hi folks!

Wish you all a very happy Ganesh Chaturthi!!

This year I did a Ganesh nail art collaboration with a talented Russian freehand nail artist Tanya @ultranail (Instagram handle). Below is the collage with inspiration picture we had taken from Google.

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art - 2019

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2019

Really enjoyed doing this collaboration with Tanya.

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art - 2019

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2019

I painted the entire art on fake nails with Bluesky gel polish. This is the first time I have used gel polishes to paint complete image and I am really happy with the outcome ☺️

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art - 2019

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2019

Hope you all like my Ganesh nail art. ☺️

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art - 2019

Ganesh Chaturthi Nail Art – 2019

Ganpati Bappa Morya!!

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Ganesh Chaturti 2016 Nail Art!

“Suklaambara Dharam Vishnum, Sashi Varnam Chatur Bhujam Prasanna Vadhanam Dhyaayet, Sarva Vighna Upashaanthaye”

Meaning: We meditate on Lord Ganesha – who is clad in white (representing purity), who is all pervading (present everywhere), whose complexion is gray like that of ash (glowing with spiritual splendor), who has four arms, who has bright countenance (depicting inner calm and happiness) and who can destroy all obstacles (in our spiritual and worldly path).


Dear friends,

Let us welcome curved trunk and a mighty body lord Ganesha with lots of love and devotion.

Welcome Ganesha

Welcome Ganesha

Light up Diyas and pray to the giver of many boons, the single tusked Ganesh remove the obstacles from all the actions we intend to perform.

Diya for Ganesh Puja

Diya For Ganesh Puja

Here is complete nail art for Ganesh Chaturthi 2016!

Ganesh Chaturthi 2016 Nail Art!

Ganesh Chaturthi 2016 Nail Art!

Hope you liked Creative Nails’ art for Ganesh Chaturthi 2016.

This occasion is incomplete without this popular and my favorite song from movie Agneepath – Deva Shree Ganesha.

Deva Shree Ganesha..(x16)

Jwaala si chalti hai aankhon mein jiske bhi
Dil mein tera naam hai
Parwaah hi kya uska aarambh kaisa hai aur kaisa parinaam hai
Dharti ambar sitaare hai
Usski nazaare utaarein
Darr bhi uss se dara re
Jiski rakhwaliya re karta saaya tera

Deva Shree Ganesha..(x8)

Teri bhakti ka vardaan hai
Jo kamaaye woh dhanwaan hai
Bin kinare ki kashti hai woh
Deva, Tujhse jo anjaan hai
Yun tto mooshak sawari teri
Sab pe hai pehredaari teri
Paap ki aandhiyaan na kaha
Kabhi jyoti na haari teri
Apni taqdeer ka woh, khud sikander huaa re
Bhool ke yeh jahaan re, kiski silien ya haare
Saath paaya tera hey

Deva Shree Ganesha..(x4)

Ho teri dhuli ka teeka kiye
Deva jo bhakt tera jiye
Usey amrit ka hai moh hai kya
Hass ke vish ka woh pyaala piye
Teri mahima ki chhaaya tale
Kaal ke rath ka pahiyaa chale
Ek chingaari pratishodh se
Khadi ravaan ki lanka jale

Shatruo’n ki qataarein ik akele se haare
Kann bhi parvat huaa re
Shlok bann ke jahaan re naam aaya tera hey!

Deva shree ganesha..(x8)

Ganpati Bappa Moreya

Twameva Mata cha Pita twameva
Twameva Bandhu Sakha twameva
Twameva Vidya Dravinam twameva
Twameva Sarvam mum Dev Deva

Achutam Keshavam Rama Narayanam
Krishna Damodaram Vasudevam Harim
Sridharam Madhavum Gopika Vallabham
Janki naayakam Ramachandram bhaje


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Ganesh Chaturthi 2016 Nail Art!

Ganesh Chaturthi 2016 Nail Art!

Happy Ganesha Chaturthi !!

Ganapati Bappa Moraya, Mangalmurti Morya !!