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Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Highlights: India bids adieu to Lord Ganesh on Anant Chaturdashi

Ganesh Visarjan 2019 (Ganpati Visarjan) Mumbai Live, Wishes Images, Photos, Muhurat, Timings Today Live Updates: Mumbai is popular for hosting some of the most famous Ganpati festivals and mandals.

By: Lifestyle Desk |
Updated: September 12, 2019 10:41:47 pm
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Ganesh Visarjan (Ganpati Visarjan) 2019 Highlights: When Lord Ganesh came home, it was celebrated with much fanfare, and now as he bids adieu, it is being celebrated across the country with much enthusiasm with the belief that he will come back again next year. Anant Chaturthi, the festival which marks the end of the 10-day long Ganesha Festival draws a huge crowd of devotees.

People say goodbye to their favourite Lord Ganesha with a heavy heart, accompanied by nostalgia and a lot of emotion. The festival begins with Pranapratishhtha, that involves chanting of mantras by a priest. This is followed by a ritual, which includes the 16-step Shodashopachara Puja, where the elephant god’s favourite dishes are offered to the idol. These include modak, shrikhand, coconut rice, motichoor laddoo, payasam, and medu vada.

Mumbai is popular for hosting some of the most famous Ganpati festivals and mandals. Even Bollywood celebrities come together and celebrate this festival. People who live far away from their home often go back to celebrate and get together with their families.

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Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Highlights:

21:51 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Anant Chaturdashi marks the 10th day when Lord Ganesh idols are immersed in water
20:28 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Huge crowds gather for Ganpati Visarjan at Alka Chowk in Pune

(Express photo by Ashish Kale)

18:21 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Ganesh Visarjan 2019: Ganpati immersion ceremony at river Satluj in Ludhiana

With heavy hearts, people of Ludhiana say goodbye to Lord Ganesha as they prepare for the immersion ceremony.

(Express photo by Gurmeet Singh)
16:46 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Artificial ponds was a big this season. Not just small idols but also popular pandals immersed their Ganesh idols in artificial ponds.

(Express photo Javed Raja)

16:36 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Ganesh idol immersion in Ahmedabad was arranged in an artificial pond on the banks of Sabarmati river.
(Express photo Javed Raja)

 

15:31 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Ganesha immersed in an artificial lake in Vadodara
15:23 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Pune celebrates with much fervour

Pune Laxmi Road
Ganpati visarjan possession in progress on Pune's Laxmi Road with dhol tasha. (Source: Express photo by Ashish Kale)

14:54 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Mumbai police urges people to have a safe, secure and peaceful celebration
14:41 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Follow Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Chef Sanjeev Kapoor shares recipe to help boost your energy levels during visarjan festivites
14:24 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Indraprasth Yuvak Mandal immerse the idol inside the artificial lake they import from China.
14:24 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Nagpur police advises against the use of DJs on the occasion of Ganesh Visarjan
14:22 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Elephants were used during the immersion ceremony of Lord Ganesha by Indraprasth Yuvak Mandal in Vadodara

The idol was immersed in an artificial lake which was imported from China. 


(Express Photo By Bhupendra Rana)
14:14 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Follow Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Mumbaikars bid adieu to Chandanwadi Ganesha

The elephant-headed god bid adieu amongst much fanfare on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty)

Caption(Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty)
13:57 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Immersion of the biggest Lord Ganesh idol of Khairatabad in Hyderabad begins.
13:49 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Balapur laddu auction fetches whopping Rs 17.60 lakh

A laddu offered to Lord Ganesha at Balapur in the old city of Hyderabad was sold for a whopping Rs 17.60 lakh in an open auction. Popularly known as Balapur Ganesh Laddu, the laddu was bought by Kolan Rami Reddy, a realtor, in the auction, in which as many as 28 bidders participated. 

(Source:BALAPURGANESHOFFICIAL/Facebook)
13:38 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Follow Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Visually Impaired bid farewell to the Lord

Visually impaired students danced and performed using traditional music instruments during the immersion procession, which was held on September 7 in Pune. READ HERE MORE

13:24 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Follow Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Kangana Ranaut visits Andhericha Raja to seek blessings

Actor Kangana Ranaut was spotted seeking blessings at Andhericha Raja in Mumbai during Ganesh Mahotsav. The actor looked lovely in a teal coloured sari. (Photo: APH Images)

13:07 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Follow Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Mumbaikars gathered at the Chandanwadi pandal in Marine Lines today for Ganesh Visarjan.
12:59 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Devotees bid adieu their favourite lord Ganesha with dhol, tasha, and pathaks.

 (Express photo by Ashish Kale)

12:58 (IST)12 Sep 2019
Follow Ganesh Visarjan 2019 Live Updates: Ganpati Visarjan possession in progress on Laxmi road, Pune.

(Express photo by Ashish Kale)

Mumbai city news, Ganeshotsav Mumbai, Mumbai Ganeshotsav mandals, Transgender community Ganeshotsav, Mumbai news Devotees play drums as idols of Hindu god Ganesh, the deity of prosperity, are carried on a cart to a place of worship during start of the ten-day long Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Mumbai, India, September 2, 2019. (Source: File Photo)

The festival ends with a ritual called Uttarpuja, which involves bidding farewell to Lord Ganesha. After this, the statue of Ganesha is immersed in water, known as Ganpati Visarjan. Slogans like ‘Ganapati Bappa Morya’ are shouted by devotees to pay respect to Ganesha in keeping with the spirit of celebrations as they bid a revered farewell.

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