We asked you, Dear Readers, to share pictures/videos and tell us how you are celebrating Ganeshotsav.
Some more responses we received:
IMAGE: Subodh Mandvikar from Jabalpur went eco-friendly with a clay idol.
His aim is to promote a clean and green environment.
You can see devotees sitting with masks and following social distancing norms.
IMAGE: Bengaluru-based Ravindranath Bhimrao Kamkar is missing the festivities in his hometown, Belagavi.
"Due to Covid this year we couldn't go to Belagavi. Missed the festival with family too much," he says.
IMAGE: Amol Panchal from Pune opted for a Ganesha idol made from clay.
IMAGE: Rajkot's Dharmesh Tanna got an eco-friendly idol for the first time.
IMAGE: Renu Hari Khandelwal sent us this photograph of his Ganesha clicked at his home in Bhayander, Maharashtra.
IMAGE: Sarth, Swapna and Punit Devadiga from Mumbai are excited to bring home Ganesha for the first time this year.
IMAGE: Swara Kelkar from Charlotte, North Carolina sent us this picture of her beautifully decorated idol.
IMAGE: Jigesh Thakkar's aqua themed backdrop looks interesting.
IMAGE: Deepkishore Sharma from Ghaziabad kept it simple and traditional.
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 email@example.com (Subject: Bringing Home Lord Ganesha) along with your NAME and LOCATION. We'll feature the best responses here on Rediff.com.