Jai ganesh jai ganesh jai ganesh deva I Mata jaki parvati, pita mahadeva II Eka danta dayavanta, char bhuja dhari I Mathe sindura sohai, muse ki savari ll Jai ganesh . . , II
Salutation to you, O lord Ganesha, born of Parvati, the daughter of the Mountain King, Himalaya, and the great Lord Shiva. O lord of compassion, you have a single tusk, four arms, a bright mark of vermilion on your forehead, and for conveyance the mouse. Glory, glory, all glory . . . .
Andhan ko ankh deta I Korhin ko kaya II banjhan ko putra deta I Nirdhan ko maya II Jai ganesh . . . II
You bestow vision on the blind, chastened bodies on the leprous, sons on barren women and wealth on the impeunious.
Pana chadhe, phul chadhe I Aur chadhe meva II Ladduan ko bhog lage I Sant karen seva ll Jai ganesh . . . II
People offer you betel leaves, blossoms, dry fruits and Iaddus, while throngs of saints and seers attend on you.