Ganesh Chaturthi is the ceremony celebrating Lord Ganesha leaving his home on Mount Kailasha to visit our homes and give us his gifts. His entrance into our homes is in the long stretch of Bhadra, as per the Hindu Luni-Solar schedule. The celebration finishes up on the tenth day of his visit when he comes back to his parents – Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva – on Mount Kailasha. Ganesh Chaturthi is marked by keeping Lord Ganesha’s idols in our homes for 10 days frame, after which it is immersed in the ocean or a natural water body.
Perks of the festival
The celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi is praised over a few South-Indian conditions of India. It is the festival of Lord Ganesha’s birthday. Ganesha is esteemed as the ruler of promising beginnings, thriving and remover of deterrents. This cheer is a beautiful ten-day celebration and it initiates on the fourth day of Hindu Luni-sun oriented logbook month Bhadrapada. Ganesha Chaturthi breaks all blockades of rank, ideology, and shading to unite individuals to celebrate and share the adoration.
Every coming year, Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated in the most wonderful way imaginable. The celebration mirrors the excellence and brotherhood of the people, from the creating of the icons to the last immersion, each hand joins to contribute and cheer.