Preparations To Welcome Ganpati Bappa, Enthusiasm Among People

clay sculptures
– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Saharanpur. People are excited about Shri Ganesh festival. On the eve of Ganesh Chaturthi, the idols of Ganpati and the material of worship were bought in the markets. This time the demand for idols has increased in the market. Last year, the Ganesh festival was faded due to Corona infection.
On Friday, on Ganesh Chaturthi, people will make Ganpati sit in their homes. People have made preparations to welcome Ganpati Bappa. Due to this, people decorated their homes and temples. Along with this, idols of Lord Shri Ganesh up to five feet have been prepared on order. In the city, near Nawabganj Chowk, Delhi Road, Chowki Sarai, Jail Chungi, people were seen buying different types of colorful idols of Lord Ganpati and took them to their homes with reverence.
Demand increased, big idols made on order
Tulsidas, who made the idol near Nawab Ganj Chowk, says that the idol made of plaster of Paris in the market ranges from 500 to three thousand rupees. More demand is for one and a half to two feet tall idol. Prepare three feet statue on order. This time orders for idols have been received. People have made idols up to five feet tall. The business has increased by 40 percent as compared to the previous year. Sculptor Monu says that this time people are excited about Ganpati festival. Most of the normal sculptures of one and a half to two feet are sold.
More demand for Ganpati with colorful lights
Businessman Pawan Kumar says that he liked the idols decorated with colorful lights. Sculptures with lights The price varies according to the length. The least small idol is 500 rupees and big idols are up to three thousand rupees also.
Clay and flour sculptures
Clay sculptures have been prepared in many places, they were painted and finalized on Thursday. Along with this, people have made idols of flour themselves at homes. Shivani, a resident of Punjabi Bagh, says that every year she herself prepares a beautiful Ganpati by making an idol of flour and painting it. The specialty of the flour idols is that they dissolve in water during immersion.
Big festivals will be held in these places
In the metropolis, Raj Vihar, Pant Nagar, Khalasi Line, Bhuteshwar Nagar, Shanti Nagar, Exhibition Camp and Hakikatnagar will be in the program regarding Ganesh Chaturthi. Apart from this, worship will also be done in temples.
Abir Gulal will fly, enjoyment will be done every day, there will be aarti
Ganpati Mahotsav will start in the metropolis from today, which will last for ten days. Some people immerse the idol of Ganapati even on days three and seven, but a large number of people perform the immersion by organizing a Bhandara only after completing the ten-day ritual. People arrive at Ambala Road and Gangoh Marg to immerse the idol of Lord Ganapati by blowing Abir Gulal on the Eastern Yamuna Canal. Rupesh Kumar, a resident of Paper Mill Road and Anoop, a resident of Court Road, say that they perform the rituals for ten days. Aarti is performed in the evening along with offering Bhog to the Lord every day.
this auspicious time
Acharya Rohit Vashisht and Pandit Yogesh Tiwari told that the auspicious time to install the idol on Ganesh Chaturthi is from 5 am to 12 noon. After this, the auspicious time is from four to eight in the evening.
worship like this
First of all choose a holy place in the house for Lord Ganpati. Along with paying obeisance to the first god Shri Ganesha, take a vow to perform a ten-day ritual by worshiping Mother Parvati and Lord Shiva and their family and Shivaganas. Offer modaks and laddus to the Lord and chant Om Shree Ganeshaya Namah. Perform aarti daily in the morning and evening.

Idols of Lord Shri Ganesh kept at the shop in the market– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Idols of Lord Shri Ganesh kept at the shop at Nawaganj Chowk

Idols of Lord Shri Ganesh kept at the shop at Nawaganj Chowk– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Saharanpur. People are excited about Shri Ganesh festival. On the eve of Ganesh Chaturthi, the idols of Ganpati and the material of worship were bought in the markets. This time the demand for idols has increased in the market. Last year, the Ganesh festival was faded due to Corona infection.

On Friday, on Ganesh Chaturthi, people will make Ganpati sit in their homes. People have made preparations to welcome Ganpati Bappa. Due to this, people decorated their homes and temples. Along with this, idols of Lord Shri Ganesh up to five feet have been prepared on order. In the city, near Nawabganj Chowk, Delhi Road, Chowki Sarai, Jail Chungi, people were seen buying different types of idols of Lord Ganpati and took them to their homes with reverence.

Demand increased, big idols made on order

Tulsidas, who made the idol near Nawab Ganj Chowk, says that the idol made of plaster of Paris in the market ranges from 500 to three thousand rupees. More demand is for one and a half to two feet tall idol. Prepare three foot statue on order. This time orders for idols have been received. People have made idols up to five feet tall. The business has increased by 40 percent as compared to the previous year. Sculptor Monu says that this time people are enthusiastic about Ganpati festival. Most of the normal sculptures of one and a half to two feet are sold.

More demand for Ganpati with colorful lights

Businessman Pawan Kumar says that he liked the idols decorated with colorful lights. Sculptures with lights The price varies according to the length. The least small idol is 500 rupees and big idols are up to three thousand rupees also.

Clay and flour sculptures

Clay sculptures have been prepared in many places, they were painted and finalized on Thursday. Along with this, people have made their own idols of flour at homes. Shivani, a resident of Punjabi Bagh, says that every year she herself prepares a beautiful Ganpati by making an idol of flour and painting it. The specialty of the flour idols is that they dissolve in water during immersion.

Big festivals will be held in these places

In the metropolis, Raj Vihar, Pant Nagar, Khalasi Line, Bhuteshwar Nagar, Shanti Nagar, Exhibition Camp and Hakikatnagar will be in the program regarding Ganesh Chaturthi. Apart from this, worship will also be done in temples.

Abir Gulal will fly, enjoyment will be done every day, there will be aarti

Ganpati Mahotsav will start in the metropolis from today, which will last for ten days. Some people immerse the idol of Ganapati even on days three and seven, but a large number of people perform the immersion by organizing a Bhandara only after completing the ten-day ritual. People come to immerse the idol of Lord Ganapati by blowing Abir Gulal on the Eastern Yamuna Canal located on Ambala Road and Gangoh Marg. Rupesh Kumar, a resident of Paper Mill Road and Anoop, a resident of Court Road, say that they perform the rituals for ten days. Aarti is performed in the evening along with offering Bhog to the Lord every day.

this auspicious time

Acharya Rohit Vashisht and Pandit Yogesh Tiwari told that the auspicious time to install the idol on Ganesh Chaturthi is from 5 am to 12 noon. After this, the auspicious time is from four to eight in the evening.

worship like this

First of all choose a holy place in the house for Lord Ganpati. Along with paying obeisance to the first god Shri Ganesha, take a vow to perform a ten-day ritual by worshiping Mother Parvati and Lord Shiva and their family and Shivaganas. Offer modaks and laddus to the Lord and chant Om Shree Ganeshaya Namah. Perform aarti daily in the morning and evening.

Idols of Lord Shri Ganesh kept at the shop in the market

Idols of Lord Shri Ganesh kept at the shop in the market– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Idols of Lord Shri Ganesh kept at the shop at Nawaganj Chowk

Idols of Lord Shri Ganesh kept at the shop at Nawaganj Chowk– Photo : SAHARANPUR

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