Reshma Khatu: Taking Forward Her Father’s Ganpati Idol Making Legacy

34 year old Reshma Khatu, the daughter of Late Vijay Khatu has taken over her fathers legacy.Vijay Khatu is famous for the tallest and most decorative Ganesh idols in Mumbai.He gained recognition when he started making idols as tall as 24 or 25 feet.

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