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Ekadanta Ganesha is regarded as the twenty-second among the 32 different forms of Ganesha. The word ?Eka? denotes one, and ?Danta? is the ?tusk.? Ekadanta Ganesha thus means; ?The Lord with a single tusk?. The episode which narrates how Ganesha got this form relates to the writing of epic Mahabharata, which was recited to Ganesha by sage Veda Vyasa. This was done on the condition that Veda Vyasa would not stop while reciting the epic and that Ganesha would not stop while writing. Besides this, there was also the condition that Ganesha would not merely write it, but also understand every verse of it. As the legend goes, when Ganesha was writing the Mahabharata, the feather he was writing with; broke. So, to stick to the condition of writing continuously, Ganesha broke his tusk and started writing with it, which reflects his devotion towards the work at hand.