CM, Governor greet people on Ganesh Chaturthi

Urges all to celebrate Ganesh Navratri with joy and peace

August 30, 2022 07:28 pm | Updated August 31, 2022 08:42 am IST - HYDERABAD

Festivities start: The Khairatabad Ganesh is titled ‘Sri Panchamukha Maha Lakshmi Ganapathi’ this year.

Festivities start: The Khairatabad Ganesh is titled ‘Sri Panchamukha Maha Lakshmi Ganapathi’ this year. | Photo Credit: Nagara Gopal

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao extended his greetings to people on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.

The Chief Minister said that the Hindu community would worship with devotion Lord Ganesha as the head of all shastras as well as Vigneshwara, the remover of obstacles. He said the festival teaches us the righteousness of knowledge, achievement of goals, moral values and conservation of nature. He wanted people to celebrate it with joy and peace and spread harmony.

Mr. Rao said that despite hurdles created by other forces, the State Government was implementing welfare and development programmes aiming at the well-being of all sections of people with the blessings of Lord Ganesha.

He prayed that people lead a happy and peaceful life, pursue tasks continuously and wished that Lord Ekadanta would shower his blessings on all.

Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan also greeted people on Ganesh Chaturthi. “I extend festive greetings and wishes to all the people of Telangana State and others on the auspicious occasion of Vinayak Chaturthi. Devotees offer prayers to Lord Ganesha to remove hurdles for the success of their endeavours. It is customary to offer initial prayers to Lord Vigneswara before starting any work for successful completion. I pray and wish that Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles, will clear all the hurdles in our path to unity, peace, progress and prosperity of our State and nation. I cordially wish you all. May the celebrations bring health, prosperity, joy and happiness to all,” she said in a release here on Tuesday.

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