Ganesh ji

Ganesh Short Stories

10 amazing stories your child would love

In ignorance people might search for him as the elephant-headed Hindu god, but those who know him as beloved Ganesh, must know about how he got different names like Ganpati, Gajanan, Ekdant, Prathamesh, Sindoorvadan, and the list goes on. We have tried sharing all this with you through Ganesh Short Stories.

Let us invite you to dive into the mesmerising world of Ganesh ji with 10 amazing short Stories! 

Here is the first of Ganesh Short Stories

Devi Parvati lived in Kailash and had her own quarters. She had two best friends – Jaya and Vijaya whom she adored and they were intelligent and faithful. Once they shared an observation with Ma Parvati, “Devi it is peculiar that you do not have any Gan (gang or clan) of your own.” 

One day, she was preparing to take a bath and decided to summon Nandi to guard her door. She instructed Nandi to not let anyone inside without her permission. Then, Shivji arrived and demanded to enter. Nandi could not stop him and let him inside.  . . . . Read Ganesh Birth Story

What happened next is covered below

And this is second of Ganesh Short Stories

As he was about to start his service, God Shiv hastily walked towards Parvati’s room. Ignoring the guard at door, Shivji was about to enter when Ganesh stopped him. Amused by this boy’s confidence, Shivji said, “Who are you? I am the owner of these quarters and how can you stop me?”

Ganesh said, “That could be the truth, but let my mother finish her bath and get dressed. I will seek her permission, post then and only then you can get in.” Click here to read the story of Gajanan

More stories are shared below

The third Ganesh Short Story is here

On a bright sunny day, Lord Ganpati was spending time with his parents – Devi Parvati and Lord Shiva, and his vahana – Mushak. Just then Lord Kartikeya, Lord Ganpati’s brother, entered to challenge his younger brother

Ganpati, curious to find more about this, asked for details. Kartikeya said, “the one who can travel across (pradakshina) this world 3 times and come back here first, would be the winner”.  Click here to read the story of Prathamesh

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Fourth of Ganesh Short Stories for you

Once upon a time, God Shiv and Goddess Parvati were resting in their rooms. Lord Ganpati was guarding the door. Parshuram arrived at their abode in the Himalayas and noticed Ganpati at the door

Parshuram told Ganpati to make way for him to enter inside. Just then Ganpati said, “Dear Muni, kindly have some patience and wait at the door, for I will check if God Shiv and Goddess Parvati are ready to meet you.”.  Click here to read the story of Ekdanta

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Here is the Fifth of Ganesh Short Story

A giant mouse had created havoc near Rishi Parashar’s ashram. Everyday, many rishis complained of his menace, but couldn’t kill the mouse or mushak, nor could they stop him from destroying their yagnas, crops, household items or anything else

One day, Gajanan was playing in front of his foster-mother, Rishi-patni Vatsala. While Parashar was perturbed over the destruction that the little mushak caused, young Gajanan looked at his foster-father. He wondered, “I should take care of this. Afterall, it is my duty to help my father and end his misery.” Click here to read the story of Taming the Mushakraj

Soon we will add more stories here

Author of this entire story pack

Solvil from Moksha Authors Community

Sovil Kadoo

Details will be shared soon