You are verily the unswerving direct or straight creator and the upholder. You are verily the unswerving destroyer. You are verily this assuredly absolute Brahman. You are verily the eternal self.
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It is a very old hindu text that finds its association with the Atharvaveda. In the hindu scriptures and mythology, Lord Ganesha is considered as the God of wisdom. Worshipping him before any new work is considered auspicious and fruitful. Atharvashirsha is a text in praise of Lord Ganesha, considering him above all. Ganesha is also considered as the first god.
He is required to be pleased with prayers and offerings, if one wants to conduct or begin something without hassles. Ganesh Atharvashirsha is a notch further in this light. There are various versions of Ganesh Atharvashirsha, but the message in all of them remains the same, i. It is widely believed that students must recite the Ganesh Atharva Path for improving their concentration and focus toward studies.
Since, the path is in sanskrit, so if one finds it difficult to recite, then must listen to it every day and every night. You are the first face of the Brahma-Tatva to arise. You have alone created this entire universe. You alone can maintain this universe You are indeed the all conquering supreme Lord.
Protect the one who describes you. Protect all who hear about your characteristics. You are none other than divinity. All the Universes are sustained by you. All the Universes get destroyed in you. All the Universes finally get merged in you. You alone are Earth, Water, Fire and Air. This is Sacred Mantra. One who meditates on him constantly, is a Supreme Yogi.
History[ edit ] Ghurye notes that the text identifies Ganesa with the Brahman and is of a very late origin,  while Courtright and Thapan date it to the 16th or 17th century. Sartha published a edition. In his version of the source text he groups verses together to form sections that he calls upamantras. He notes that as a result of this his line numbering and versification may differ from those given in other variants.
श्री गणपति अथर्वशीर्ष || Shri Ganapati Atharvashirsha || Ganapati Atharvashirsha
Ganapati Atharvashirsha (Ganapati Upanishad) - In sanskrit with meaning
Shri Ganpati Atharvashirsha