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Ganesh Chaturthi 2020 | How to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi celebration

Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is considered as one of the most important festivals. This is celebrated with great devotion among many states such as Maharashtra, Pune, Karnataka, Gujarat and many other states. Celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi by chanting of Vedic hymns, prayer and last day processions and immersion (Visharjan).

Lord Ganesha is the God of wisdom, prosperity and food fortune. This festival is marked with the setup of Ganesha’s clay idol in devotees home or publicly in pandals where huge number of peoples visit the pandals to pray. Like every pooja, this also starts with Aarti by singing the Aarti song for worship and honour of Lord Ganesha. 

(Types of flowers used in Ganesh Chaturthi…)

Lord Ganesha Aarti song-

Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva;
Mata Jaki Parvati, Pita Maha Deva;
Eka Danta Dayavanta, Char Bhuja Dhari;
Mathe Sindura Sohe, Muse Ki Sawari;
Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva;
Andhan ko Ankh Deta, Kordhina ko Kaya;
Banjhan ko Putra Deta, Nirdhana ko Maya;
Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva;
Paana Chadhe, Phoola Chadhe, aur Chadhe Meva;
Ladduan ka Bhoga Lage, Santa karen Seva;
Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh, Jai Ganesh Deva;

Ganesh Chaturthi is also known as Chavathi, Chouthi, Ganeshotsav. And food is an important part of the celebration. Around 21 types of sweets, modak, ladoos are prepared and offered to Lord Ganesh as bhog. Then after it is distributed among the family members.

Ganesh Chaturthi rituals date and time - 

Chaturthi Tithi begins - 11:02 PM, 21st Aug 2020

Chaturthi Tithi ends - 07:57 PM, 22nd Aug 2020

Ganesh Chaturthi celebration - 22nd Aug 2020

Madhyahna Ganesha Puja Muhurat - 11:25 AM to 01:57 PM

Ganesh Visarjan - 1st Sep 2020


Ganesh Visarjan

Ganesh Visarjan

After 10 days of pooja, on 11th day the Ganesha idol is carried by the group of people or families. The idol was carried to get immersed into the water where the clay idol dissolves. It’s believed that as Lord Ganesha was made up of clay (earth), he returns to the earth at the time of Visarjan.

Rose Bazaar wishes you and your family a Happy Ganesh Chaturthi. 

This festive season Rose Bazaar brings you some special festive packages for your celebration.

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