There is yet another tale on how Lord Ganesha was created. As per another popular Mythological tale, Lord Shiva and Parvati were requested by remaining gods to create a god who can create troubles and affect the demons or Rakshasas, and safeguard the Devas by removing their obstacles and an obstacle averter for the devas and that was how Ganesha was born.
Some people believe the beheading of Ganesha to get the elephant head and some believe this request by Devas, but still despite two different beliefs around the myth of Ganesha.
He has numerous devotees who worship
him with all their heart and they pray their favorite Ganesha with joy and
spirit and celebrate the festival of Ganesh Chathurthi.
136 people died after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria, Tanzania Accordingly many are missing and it is feared that more than 200 people in total may have drowned. Rescue efforts resumed on Friday after being halted overnight. As per report the MV Nyerere ferry overturned near Ukara Island on its way from Bugorora. Meanwhile it is thought the overloaded vessel tipped over when crowds on board moved to one side as it docked.
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