Importance of Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is the beginning of all festivities. This great festival is celebrated throughout India with love and devotion. It is the birthday of Lord Ganesha, who is also known as Vinayak. The son of Shiva is also symbolic of intelligence, wisdom and kindness. Devotees worship Ganesha on this day with elaborate pujas. Many households bring home Idol of Ganesha for 10 days. From music to decor, the entire vibe of the house becomes pure and positive.
Idols are brought home with the great welcome. Vighna Harta Ganesha is believed to help you remove obstacles in your life. Many people fast on the day of Ganesh Chaturthi. Believers worship Ganesha everyday and offer sweets to the lord. Many public pandals also bring Ganesha Idol, as it’s a great way of connecting with society. It brings people together to celebrate God and his love. Ganeshutsav is popularly celebrated in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Goa. After ten days, an Idol of Ganesha is immersed in water and devotees say goodbye to their beloved Lord.
Ganesh Chaturthi became popular in India because of Bal Gangadhar Tilak. At the time of freedom movement of 1892, he restarted this festival on a large scale to bring different elements of society together for creating strong bonds among people.
Public prayers at pandals invoke the sense of spirituality. Religious chanting fills devotees with enthusiasm and love. Ganesha’s favourite Modaks are distributed among devotees after prayer. Lord blesses his beloved believers with prosperity and joy. People visit their loved ones during this festival to celebrate the lord’s arrival.
Lord Ganesha is a symbol of good luck. His trunk represents strength and courage. He has been given 108 names such as Mangal Murti, Ashtavinayak, Chintamani, etc. This day is auspicious. start of the season.
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