Srishti Ganapati 32 Forms Ganesha

Srishti Ganapati is the 23rd of Lord Ganesha’s 32 forms which means the lord of all Manifestation in this universe. In this form, Ganapathi appears in crimson red colour complexion with four hands and sits on his cooperative and happy Mooshika Vahana (rat). On his main right hand holds his broken tusk and on the main left hand holds a mango fruit. On the upper right hand holds a elephant goad, and the upper left hand holds a noose.

Jyeshtha nakshatra or Thrikketta Nakshatra is related to Srishti Ganapati. Worshipping this form of Lord Ganesh is believed to help devotees attain the power of discrimination. The lord appears with single tusk assuring selfless sacrifice to his devotees. Meditating this form everyday helps in clarity of thoughts. Srishti Ganapati idol can be worshipped at famous Arulmigu Swaminatha Swami Temple in Swamimalai near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu.

Picture of Srishti Ganapati form of Lord Ganesha

Srishti Ganapati Mantra Lyrics

Pashankusha Svadantamraphalavan Akhuvahanaha!
Vighnam Nihantu Nah Shonah Srishidaksho Vinayakaha!!

English Translation and Meaning

“Ganapati the Creator”, riding a big rat. He is red in colour. His has four arms.
His hands hold the single tusk, the elephant goad, the noose and the mango.


  1. Ganesha is also called as the Lord of all Gods.. with great powers and great wisdom he is the most powerful god.It has been mention in the puranas that Ganesha is the god who needs to be worshipped before any god.That is the reason that we have Ganesha on the wedding cards and any other ritual ceremony.


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