Ganesh Chaturthi is considered as one of the most important Hindu festival in India and the 10 day long auspicious festival dedicated to the elephant-headed god Ganesha will be started from 13 September.
With the passing time, Ganesh Chaturthi festival is observed with much excitement among the people and the most important part is moulding the statue of Lord Ganesha in the most creative and surprising way.
To make the festival delightful, everyone is doing their best thus masking the trending news in news channel currently. One of the Artist from Mumbai, Raghunath Thakur of make a stand-out Ganpati by painting English letters on one statue of the idol while embedding pulse masoor Dal all over at the another staute of Ganesha.
An Andhra-Pradesh sweet manufacturer prepared a special laddo on this Ganesh Chaturthi of weight 580 Kilograms titled as the ‘Maha prasadam’ on the Wednesday evening and transported it to Hyderabad’s film Nagar after which it will be transferred to Khairatabad Ganesh Mandap today to distribute among the devotees after the puja.
The grand Laddo has been prepared by Mallikarjuna Rao with 145 Kg of cow ghee, 220 Kg of sugar, 25 Kg of cashew, 175 Kg of Bengal Gram, 13 Kg of Almonds, 1 Kg camphor and 3 Kg cardamom.
The Ganesh idol is also devoted with the 70 Kg gold in the Mumbai’s Soni East in the GSB Seva Mandal and Drone camera were set up for the security reasons.
The famous sand sculpture Sudarshan Pattnaik too celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi by making the sand art of lying lord Ganesh in green colour thus giving the message to Go Green and bringing environmentally friendly statue in the home this year.
Along with Mumbai and Hyderabad, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated excitedly in Karnataka, Goa, Chhattisgarh and Gujarat and in Mumbai, 1,50,000 statue were praised annually.
The 10 day Ganesh Chaturthi festival started today will be celebrated with sweets, new clothes and dance. It will end on Anant Chaturdashi in which Lord Ganesha will be immersed in the water body.