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Why should we buy Eco-friendly Ganesha instead of the POP ones?

Every year thousands of Ganesh idols are immersed into the water reservoirs causing tremendous amount of pollution and harming the environment and marine life. The main threat to the water bodies from the statues are the material used in making i.e. POP. POP is a very harmful and toxic material that does not get submerged …

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Why is it important to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi in an Eco-friendly way?

Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival that is fondly celebrated throughout the country to worship Lord Ganesha.   Every year thousands of Ganesh Murtis are immersed into the water bodies during visargin, the materials used in these statues, i.e POP is a non-bio degradable material which is harmful and toxic in nature and tends to poison and harm the water bodies and …

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Maghi Ganesh Jayanti

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ganesh Jayanti or Maghi Utsav is celebrated on the Shukla Paksha Chathurthi in Magh month of the Indian calander. Usually Maghi Ganeshotsav falls in January or February months every year. It is celebrated with the same traditional way similar to Ganesha chaturthi. Jayanti (birth day) of Ganesha mostly celebrated in regions of Maharashtra. People do …

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