CRB Tech Reviews write this blog on the Ganesh festival that has captured the entire air over the city. In this article we also write about the Eco-friendly approach to making the idols.
Ganesh Chaturthi is the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesh. On this auspicious day, Lord Ganesh is worshiped as the god of prosperity, wisdom prosperity and fortune. It is believed that Lord Ganesh was born during Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month. Currently Ganesh Chaturthi day falls in month of August or September as per the English calendar.
The festivity of Ganesh Chaturthi, ends after 10 days on Anant Chaturdashi which is also known as the day of Ganesh Visarjan . On Anant Chaturdashi, devotees immerse idol of Lord Ganesh in water body after a huge street procession.
Ganesh Puja is preferably done during Madhyahna as it is believed that Lord Ganesh was born during the Madhyahna Kala. Madhyahna Kala is equivalent to midday according to the Hindu way of dividing a day.
This time eco friendly Ganesha idol worship is making a news. Many people are taking to the new trend and here in this blog we will unveil some of the fascinating eco friendly avatars.
1. Betel nut Balchandra:
Betel nuts are usually served to God and nowadays idol is made with betel nuts.
2. Mud Mahaganapati:
An indispensable supply to make any idol yet an eco-friendly material to make idols.
3. Sand Shoorpakarna:
A huge Ganesh rest on a beach shore. Imagine this must be a blend of divinity and serenity.
4. Wheat Vinayaka:
Lord Ganesh is known for his intelligence and power, then why not try an idol with wheat and corn to symbolize it.
5. Paper Pramoda:
This Ganesh idol can be recycled ! Interestingly He is made up of paper cups.
6. Quilling Ganesha:
Another creative and funky idea to create Ganesh. He looks indeed very cute.
7. Alum Akhuratha:
Vinayagar not only purifies your mind yet water. Alum vinayagar purifies water designed by Vivek of Pune.
8. Chocolate Chaturbhuj:
This Vinayagar is edible and very sweet, as made of chocolate! Yum! Yum!
9. Seed Siddhivinayaka:
Vinayagar has his belly piled up with seeds. You just have to water which dissolves the clay and you see a baby plant blooming.
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