We asked you, Dear Readers, to share pictures/videos and tell us how you are celebrating Ganeshotsav.
Some more responses we received:
IMAGE: Rajiv Dutia sent us this picture of Ganesha with Lord Shiva at his home in Wadala, north central Mumbai.
The Madhu Manjari Mandal from Airoli, Navi Mumbai, sent us this picture.
IMAGE: This beautiful idol was handmade by a 11 year old from Bengaluru.
'It signifies self reliance, environment protection and skill development,' says Raghu, who sent us this photograph.
IMAGE: Bengaluru-based Sathish shows us how he decked up his pooja room for Ganeshotsav.
IMAGE: This idol is made from home made shadu mati, says Prasad Sakharekhar from Pune.
"Ganesh idol for the first time. Makes all our family very happy. The happiness is beyond words," he tells us.
IMAGE: This is how Chaya Shetty welcomed Bappa in Mumbai.
IMAGE: Deepali Shinde, who lives in Dubai, brought home Ganesha this year. She sent us this picture of the colourful floral decorations.
Dear readers, how are you celebrating Ganeshotsav this year?
Are you making your own Lord Ganesha idol? How do you plan to decorate it? Will you be inviting guests?
What are the exciting sweets and delicacies you'll be preparing this year?
How is this year different from the celebrations last year? Tell us all about it!
Please mail photographs and videos of your Lord Ganesha idol and decorations to firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Bringing Home Lord Ganesha) along with your NAME and LOCATION. We'll feature the best responses here on Rediff.com.