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First look: Lord Ganesh will return soon

September 06, 2006

Lalbaug cha raja, the Ganesha at one of Mumbai's five biggest mandals, sets out for immersion on Wednesday.

The pandal, which is known for its elaborate arrangements and beautiful Ganeshas, even has its own web site.

All over Mumbai, on the final day of Ganeshotsav, Ganpatis will be taken for visarjan (immersion), amid much celebration. Security arrangements have been tightened across the city.

 

Photograph: Arun Patil


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Sub: ''Lord''

Why do we keep referring to our deities as "Lord"? Why not say Bhagawan ; e.g. Ganesa Bhagawan? The title Lord always reminds me of ...


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Sub: let it go

this is indian auspicious event n should be carried on. this is a way of paying homage to lord ganesha.. if we will stop this, ...


Posted by shweta mehra





Sub: Keep going.............

some people don\'t understand the value of \'Bhakti\',they calls it a myth..for those who follow will be a injustice.The tradition is goin on since decades..and ...


Posted by Nitin





Sub: discussing against lalbag ganpati

pls show more pictures of ganeshji specially the photos at time of visarjan of lalbag cha ganpati. kindly show the coverage of visarjan. with regards, ...


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Sub: ganapathy bappa moraya

may lord ganesh bless all indians joy and happiness


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