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Ashtavinayaka - In sanskrit with meaning

अष्टविनायक
Ashtavinayaka
Sri Ganesha
Sri Ganesha

स्वस्ति श्रीगणनायकं गजमुखं मोरेश्वरं सिद्धिदम् ॥१॥
बल्लाळं मुरुडे विनायकमहं चिन्तामणिं थेवरे ॥२॥
लेण्याद्रौ गिरिजात्मजं सुवरदं विघ्नेश्वरं ओझरे ॥३॥
ग्रामे रांजणनामके गणपतिं कुर्यात् सदा मङ्गलम् ॥४॥
Svasti Shrii-Ganna-Naayakam Gaja-Mukham Moreshvaram Siddhidam ||1||
Ballaallam Murudde Vinaayakam-Aham Cintaamannim Thevare ||2||
Lennyaadrau Girija[a-A]atmajam Suvaradam Vighneshvaram Ojhare ||3||
Graame Raanjanna-Naamake Gannapatim Kuryaat Sadaa Manggalam ||4||

Meaning:
(May Well-Being come to those who remember Sri Vinayaka)
1: May Swasti (Well-Being) come to those who remember Sri Gananayaka (Leader of the Ganas or Celestial attendants), Who has the Auspicious Face of an Elephant; Who abides as Moreshwara (at Morgaon), and Who abides as Siddhida (Giver of Siddhis) (at Siddhatek),
2: Who abides as Sri Ballala (at Pali), Who abides as Vinayaka (Remover of Obstacles) at Muruda (Mahad) and Who abides as Chintamani (Chintamani, a Wish-Fulfilling Gem) at Thevara (Thevur or Theur),
3: Who abides as Girijatmaja (Son of Devi Girija or Parvati) at Lenyadri, and Who abides as Vigneshwara at Ojhara (Ozar) where He is the giver of abundant Boons,
4: Who abides as Ganapati in the village named Raanjana (Ranjangaon); May He always bestow His Auspicious Grace on us.

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