India is a rich cultural land where all the festivities are celebrated with lots of vigor and cheeriness. Among the various Gods and idols, Ganpati Bappa is the favorite of all. We celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi with complete devotion. The roads seem to be glittering with enthusiasm once Ganpati comes in our homes. But now the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi has come to an end, and it’s time to forbid goodbye to our favorite God Ganpati. Ganpati Visarjan marks an end to the ten days festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, and people bid adieu to Ganpati wishing for prosperity and happiness.
Specific rules for Ganesh Visarjan
There are no set rules for Ganesh Visarjan, but you can follow your family tradition and say goodbye to Bappa as per your customs. People generally hold a belief that if you immerse Ganpati before sunset, it brings lots of goodness and luck. Lord Ganesha might be going away from your homes this Anant Chaturdashi, but his blessings will always be upon you. While people take away the idol of Ganesha, for Ganesh Visarjan they keep shouting “Ganpati Bappa Morya.” which enthralls them with energy.
Commoners and the Celebrities give the best adieu to Ganpati
From Mumbai to Pune, Kolkata to Kanyakumari and Bihar to Odhisha Ganpati Visarjan is being celebrated with complete fervor. People decorate Ganesha beautifully and wish the best for their family. The entire road seems crowded with the voice of “Ganpati Bappa Morya,”. The entire family comes along with Ganpati to bid him farewell. Mumbai is the most glittering and full of festivity on Ganesh Visarjan. The biggest celebrities from Salman Khan to Govinda, and Amitabh Bachchan to Sanjay Dutt come on roads this day to bid farewell to Ganpati Bappa.
Eco-friendly Ganesh Visarjan this year
With the ever-rising pollution the lakes and the seas becoming a spot for toxin. Many people understand this concern and this year you can see a new trend of eco-friendly Ganesh Visarjan where you can see self-soluble idols. Instead of seeing the Ganesha idol floating in water bodies you can see natural, soluble idols which easily immerse at home in tanks or a bucket of water. This way you not only save the water bodies from becoming a deathbed but also get away from the never-ending traffic on the road.
Wish for peace and prosperity this year
Many natural calamities and disasters are emerging regularly. Let’s pledge this year to wish for peace and resentment this year from Ganpati Bappa. Celebrate Ganesh Visarjan peacefully without paving way for communal disputes. Also turn down the voice of the loudspeakers so that people don’t get disturbance out of your festivity. Most importantly try to celebrate eco-friendly Ganesh Visarjan this year. So that the world could breathe fresh air and drink up fresh water.
Celebrate this Ganpati Visarjan with the promise to eradicate the sins from your life. Seek lots of blessings from Bappa before saying Goodbye to him.