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Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi

Some festivals in India are also symbols of religious identity as well as region-specific culture. In these festivals, people of every religion are involved in some form or the other. Just as West Bengal's Durga Puja has become prevalent throughout the country, in the same way, the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated in Maharashtra is celebrated throughout the country. This festival of Ganesh Chaturthi runs for about ten days, which is why it is also called Ganeshotsav. In North India, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Shri Ganesh.

How long is celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi 

The celebration of Ganesh Ji from Chaturthi of Bhadrapada month begins with Ganapati statue and starts worshiping him and keeping the house for ten consecutive days, Bappa farewell on Anant Chaturdasi on the day. On this day, the Ganesh statue is being taken for immersion while singing dancers, singing dancers. With the immersion, the end of Ganeshotsav is done.
Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi 

Why do you call Ganesh Chaturthi danda Chauth

Ganesha is also considered the benefactor of riddhi-siddhi and intellect. It is believed that under the master-disciple tradition, this was the beginning of the school from the beginning. On this day, the kids play the trunk and play it. That is why in some areas it is also called Danda Chauhan.
How to establish and worship Ganesh Statue

On Ganesh Chaturthi, the statue of Ganesh Ji is made after retirement from the morning bath. This statue can be made of gold, copper, dirt or cow dung according to its strength. After this, taking a blackish vase and filling it with water, it is tied with a blanket. Thereafter, Ganesh idol is established on this. After this, vermicelli is worshiped on a statue and he is worshiped. Offering Ganesha to Dakshina, they are being given 21 laddoos. Five laddus are distributed among the remaining Brahmins near the Ganesh idol. Ganesha should worship at the time of the evening. After worship, keeping the vision low, the moon is given to the moon. It is believed that the moon should not be visible on this day. After this, after giving food to the Brahmins, they are also given Dakshina.

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