Monday, January 27, 2014
Ganesh Gufa, where Lord Ganpati wrote the Mahabharata
Ganesh Gufa is located 100 meters from Mana village, in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, which is the last Indian village before the Indo-Tibetan border. Reaching the spot involves an uphill trek.
This is the spot mentioned in the Mahabharata where Maharishi Vyasa narrated the grant epic Mahabharata and where it was ditifully recorded in writing by the divine scribe Lord Ganesha on condition that Vyasa would not pause in his narration at any point. If Vyasa paused, Ganesha would abandon the task which was too huge for anyone in all the worlds.
Vyasa agreed and the Mahabharata came to be written.
May Lord Ganesha, the divine writer, write intellect, humility, knowledge and abundance in the book of our fortunes.
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