Ganpati Bappa Morya

Ganesha is back with festivity and fervor. Colorful dresses, filled with faith and trust, devotees welcome the Elephant God. Ganesha is everywhere homes, colonies, societies, offices, community halls and more. So say loudly “Ganpati Bappa Morya” and Welcome the God of intelligence.

गणेश चतुर्थी हिंदू संस्कृति और परंपरा के अहम त्योहारों में से एक है। 10 दिनों के इस त्योहार में लोग अपने घरों में गणेश जी की प्रतिमा स्थापित करते हैं. मुख्य रूप से यह त्योहार महाराष्ट्र में मनाया जाता है. लेकिन पिछले कुछ वर्षों से यह त्योहार महाराष्ट्र के बाहर देशभर में मनाया जाने लगा है. भगवान गणेश ज्ञान, समृद्धि और सौभाग्य के प्रतीक हैं। वक्त से साथ ऐसे बप्पा स्थापित करने की समझ बढ़ती जा रही जिनके विसर्जन से पर्यावरण को नुकसान न हो। सबसे बेहतर यही है कि पुराने समय से चली आ रही मिट्टी की प्रतिमाओं को ही चुना जाए।

In the first place, the importance of clay idols with regards to safeguarding our environment is increasing. Due to this reason more and more people are asking for clay idols of Ganesha for the upcoming Ganesh Chaturthi festival. Use of natural ingredients like flowers, leaves, clay, natural colors, etc help in conserving nature. These are not environmental hazards and merge with surroundings easily.

करना प्यार इस धरा की मिटटी से हमेशा
क्योंकि हर फूल होता है उत्पन्न
और मिलता है उसमें ही ऐसे की देता है
दुसरे फूलों को सहारा
दो प्यार सबको और बन जाओ
देश रुपी कश्ती का सहारा

These reusable and renewable clay idols are perfect for all who care for the environment, nature and our planet. A unique and creative Ganesha is in high demand, where after the festival is over a plant grows from the seed which is planted inside the Ganesha idol. So the fragnance of our dear Ganpati Bappa Morya stays for long wth us.

So instead of Gyan will share pics from friends and relatives of Ganeshotsav Ganesh sthapna who celebrated Ganpati Bappa Morya with enthusiasm

My niece learned to make Ganesha idols from clay. Check out these beautiful eco-friendly Ganesha.

See the beautiful smile on these little guardians of environment who went to learn how to make clay Ganesha.

Similarly, here is another eco-friendly clay Ganesha from a dear friend Kavita

Alongside, this creatively done setting is by Shivani who every year does a beautifully decorated setting for Ganeshsthapna at her home.

Likewise, This creative and beautiful decor for Lord Ganpati comes from Ujjwala

Isha shares beautiful Ganesh sthapna from her home.

The Ganesha in white is calm peaceful & illuminated. In addition, let me tell you this Ganesha is made of paper and clay.  Now this calls for the creativity of the artist.

And don’t miss the small hand made clay Ganesha by her son. Kids are getting os aware of nature it’s really overwhelming.

Similarly, Balaji brings the aesthetic touch to Ganesha

In addition, Anupama calls to seek Ganesha’s blessings to her home. She had a magical experience this season with  Ganesha’s aashirwad & blessings.

Check out more about Ganesh Chaturthi and how to celebrate it. Stay blessed and happy Ganeshotsav to all. Once again Ganpati Bappa Morya.

In conclusion, One request to all is to celebrate all festivals with fun and happiness but don’t forget mother Earth, try not to waste resources and take care of our surroundings and natural habitat. This is my post on Aura around us under the Panchtatwa element Air. I am taking my blog to the next level with Blogchatter's #MyFriendAlexa.

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24 Responses

  1. Dr Bushra says:

    Really like the idea of eco friendly Ganpati ji idol

  2. Disha says:

    All the Ganpati idols are beautiful and loved the ones made by kids. Kids today are more aware of the harm caused to nature and find ways to help reduce it.

  3. arti says:

    This is an awesome post. We need to incorporate more and more environment friendly measures in our festival celebrations

  4. Neha Jain says:

    Celebrating Ganesh chaturthi with eco friendly idols is the best way forsending blessings to everyone. Hopefully people understand how important is to choose the best for your nature I really like the clay idol made by your niece.

  5. Such beautiful Ganpati Idols. I loved the ones that was made by kids.
    Eco friendly idols is what we all should consider.

  6. Ninu Nair says:

    The kids are so cute holding the small Ganesha idols. A lovely post. Wish I had visited a bit earlier.

  7. Love the idea if eco-friendly Ganesha idol. Hope you had a great Ganesha Chaturthi festival.
    🙂

  8. Archana says:

    It becomes necessary now to pass on the knowledge and importance to our kids of being eco friendly.Glad you have already taken an initiative towards a sincere deed ,very impressive .

  9. Pooja says:

    It is amazing to see so many people opting for ecofriendly ganesha idols, it is so crucial to go green these days. I hope next year, even the big pandals opt for ecofriendly idold

  10. Sushmita says:

    I am so glad that more and more people are using eco friendly Ganpati now! Beautiful post 🙂

  11. FabZania says:

    Eco friendly Ganesha is the need of the time. Hope soon it is implemented everywhere and everyone understands its importance

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