We asked you, Dear Readers, to share pictures/videos and tell us how you are celebrating Ganeshotsav.
Some more responses we received:
IMAGE: Rajesh Mahajan from Buldhana sent us this picture of Ganesha decoration at his home.
IMAGE: Hyderabad-based Sailaja Thripurana's Ganesha is decorated with durva and flowers.
IMAGE: Nirmal Punjabi shared this picture of Ganesha beautifully decorated using colourful paper as the backdrop at his home in Bandra, north west Mumbai.
IMAGE: Siblings Saanu and Shraddha strike a cute pose next to their Ganesha in Bengaluru.
IMAGE: Can you believe Rajeeva Ananth's Ganesha in Dwarka is made from besan and haldi?
IMAGE: Nehal Tandel's bright and colourful decorations in South Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.
IMAGE: In San Ramon, California, Sravya and Ishwarya made this eco friendly Ganesha from home grown vegetables.
IMAGE: 'We made our own eco-friendly Bal ganesha with our daughter Siya using kitchen ingredients -- flour, turmeric, milk and sugar' says Jaipur-based Dr Priyanka Goyal.
'We kept it simple and easy so that my daughter who is 3 years old can participate in making the idol.
It was a fun learning experience. I made multicolored modaks for Ganpati which brought a priceless smile to my children's faces.'
IMAGE: Venkatesh D from Palakkad sent us this picture of Vinayaga Chathurthi celebrations at his home. The theme is Unjal Seva -- God on a swing.
IMAGE: Ramesh Pandurang Kadu's brightly lit Ganesha in Goregaon, north west Mumbai.
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.