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Ganesha Chaturthi Bhajans At Melrose Temple | South Africa

The devotional music performance by a series of artists at Johannesburg Melrose Shree Siva Subramaniar Temple, better known as Melrose Temple, for the Ganesha Chaturthi event of 2015. This is a perfect playlist of songs dedicated to Lord Ganesha which you can immerse yourself into on the day also known as Vinayagar Chaturthi.

The Melrose Temple is dedicated to the worship of Lord Muruga, his consorts, Devasena and Valli, his parents Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati and as always his celestial brother, Lord Ganesha. For the step-by-step instruction guide to observing Ganesha Chaturthi at home go here

To learn more about Melrose Temple go here

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