Best Places to Visit For Ganesh Chaturthi in India

One of India’s most fabulous festivals is the divine force of knowledge, flourishing and good fortune, “Vinayak Chaturthi,” which is otherwise called the “Ganesha Chaturthi.”The festival marks Lord Ganesha’s birthday; the celebration goes on for ten days, observed in the mid-August to mid-September Hindu month of Bhadra.

Ganesha Chaturthi

Considered as an exceptional all in one festival, Lord Ganesha’s precise clay model is set on an elevated stage where enthusiasts pay respect to the Lord and priests invoke life into the symbol by droning various songs and mantras.India is a country of traditions and cultures, and as the people here live together, they also celebrate festivals together. Same way Ganesha Chaturthi is also celebrated all across the country.

Let’s go through some of the best places that one must visit during Ganesha Chaturthi:MUMBAIOne of the most beautiful and most prominent temples of lord Ganesha this is the most visited place of the country during the festival. The location to be is the renowned Siddhivinayak Temple. If you don’t see this Ganesh Chaturthi on your roster of Holy Shrines, then attach it already! The celebration of Mumbai Ganesha Chaturthi is the very concept of’ higher than lives.’ Lalbaugcha Raja and Goud Saraswat Brahmin (GSB) Mandal are two of the city’s most beautiful, elaborate and costly idols.PUNEGanesh Chaturthi is known in the greatest of ceremonies as Pune’s leading deity.

Under the tutelage of Lokmanya Tilak, the community-wide Ganesh Festival or Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav came from Pune. Dagduseth Halwai Ganpati Temple is the oldest and the most socially important and the go-to-place for all Punekars. Others must attend Kasba Ganpati, Tambdi Jogeshwari Ganpati, Guruji Talim, Tulshibaugh Ganpati and Kesariwada Ganpati in Kesariwada.HYDERABADThe Khairatabad Ganesh statue standing at an impressive 58 meters is the very equivalent of eye-catching. An enormous laddu weighing in at 6000 Kilos is to accompany the mega job of architecture! It would, of course, be split into narrower parts and circulated among followers.

So if you were traveling, that’s an additional motivation. Biriyani is not the only item that is popular for Hyderabad, the 1, 00,000 pandals built throughout the town in honour of Lord Ganesh.

DELHI may be renowned for Dussehra and Ram Navami, but bated breath awaits Ganesh Chaturthi with all the town denizens and particularly the Marathi society. The Marathi-speaking population’s center, Uttam Nagar and Laxmi Nagar, rank among the locations you should definitely check. Sarojini Nagar’s Vinayak Temple is one of those blessed shrines you need to attend this Ganesh Chaturthi.

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