Lord Ganesh or Ganpati silver coin is a symbol of wisdom and a brings good luck also the destroyer of obstacles.
Lord Ganesh or Ganpati is a symbol of wisdom and a brings good luck. It is said that his elephant head epitomizes everything related to wisdom small shrewd eyes, long ears that miss nothing, a long nose that can smell out anything and his vehicle, a mouse, reflects how much importance a wise man gives to the smallest of life forms. A great clearer of obstacles, he is called Vighneshvara or Vighnaharta, the Lord of and destroyer of obstacles.
People mostly worship Him asking for Siddhi, success in undertakings, and Buddhi, intelligence. He is worshipped before any venture is started. He is also the God of education, knowledge and wisdom, literature, and the fine arts. Ganesha is also one of the five Gods the worship of whom was popularized by Adi Shankaracharya; the other four being Vishnu, Shiva, Shakti and Surya. The worship of these five deities is called the Panchaayatana Pooja.
Coins denote money and are used as symbols of power and success. They bring ‘good luck’. They are finest Diwali gift as well. Silver coins are elegant and are considered to be very sacred during festivals. During pooja Aarti these coins are kept in the plate as auspicious symbols. After the completion of pooja, they are kept in money safe or lockers or pooja altar. It is a sign of attracting wealth and growth. Traditionally on the day of Diwali, all coins kept in the locker and pooja altar are washed with panchamrit and then with fresh water, before installing them back. It is an ideal choice for your pooja altar or as an auspicious desktop item. You can also gift it on religious occasions.