Sunday, 4 September 2016

Home Made Ganesh Idol by Children on Ganesh Chaturti


One day to go and I wish you all launch G3 mission in your homes. Wondering what it is, tomorrow is Ganesha Chaturti and most of the Hindu families and followers of Lord Ganesha welcome him home by placing an idol and worshiping him. Many have social gatherings of Ganesha Chaturti festival with much enthusiasm and galore. Idols are beautifully carved by craftsmen from various materials and are available in many sizes too.

 

After 1 or 3 or 5 or 7 or 9 or 11 days Ganesh nimarjan is celebrated where idols are submerged in nearby pond/river water.  This act performed brings imbalance to environment as idols are prepared with insoluble and non-environment friendly materials such as plaster of paris, ropes, paints, thermocol.

 


Ganesha who is popularly known as Vighana harta, which means obstacle remover; his celebrations lead to imbalance in environment. Surely God wants all celebrations to be completed in perfect way, so why people make this occasion as one of the reason for imbalance to water and environment.

 

So, let’s not create a disproportion and launch G3 mission at home and nearby societies by pledging to celebrate festival with GO GREEN GANESHA anthem.

 

Buy idols that are soluble in water and eco-friendly or one can prepare Ganesha idols at home with clay, mud or molding sand. My friend shared a Ganesha made by her son.

 


Isn’t it colorful and cute Ganesha idol? Encourage your children to do similar project and rejoice the true meaning of festival that is happiness.

 

Our prime minister also requested the same in his monthly chat “Mann ki Baat” with people of nation for going green during this festive season. There are many artists, who make beautiful idols with natural material.  

 

Folks, let’s all join hands and welcome Ganesha in more cleaner and greener environment and pray that all the obstacles in life fade away by walking on right  greener path.

 


‘This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.’ where the topic is #Godliness in Greenery.

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@Sonal 

16 comments:

  1. One of the best post of the contest! And yes my twin sister's are meenal-sonal so I'm surprised to see the same combo here what a coincidence!

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    1. Thanks for the compliment Kunjal.
      Nice to know we share same as your sisters :))

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  2. We have been making clay Ganesh for last few years. This year, I have planned a craft for my son. We can Mae Ganesh Chaturthi more special by making homemade Ganesha

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  3. Such a beautiful Ganesh 🙏... We have also made Ganesh with clay this time. Indeed kids enjoyed doing so, which encouraged them to be eco-friendly also. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to your family.

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  4. Yes dear eco friendly ganesha is must for saving and preserving our environment. we had started "Eco friendly Ganesha" tradition since last three years. loved your friend's creation a lot. wishing you and your family a happy Ganeshchatuthi .

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  5. From many many years Iin my apartment people are getting environment friendly Ganesha. It's high time that we start thinking about our Mother Nature. Love and protect them they will give more than you desire.

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  6. Keeping the spirits of Ganesha alive I guess making one at home is the best thing we can do to also protect the environment from the pop ones that doesnt get decomposed ever and keep on soiling the environemnt for years to come. Loved these that you have show in the post. We got complete mud ganesha at home.

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  7. It is so much neccesary to actually bring home an eco-r=friendly Ganesha or make one at home with natural ingredients. It is absoloutely required that we encouurage the artisans who craft Ganesha from clay and ecofriendly material.

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  8. That's really amazing that you are teaching your kid to make Ganesha with clay. Such a cool and lovely idea. It helps children involved in festivals.

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  9. Children are immensely talented and creative. Given the right encouragement, they can surprise you with their creativity. Asking children to make Ganesh idols is so amazing. Children can use organic material like clay for bringing Ganesha to life.

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  10. The Lord Ganesha idol is so cute and beautiful. We too make clay Ganesha every year.

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  11. wow this is such a cute Ganpati. Kids have done a great job with it. Home made eco friendly Ganpati is best in today's time.

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  12. That is a beautiful Ganesha made by the kid. Yes children can make so many things like this. My daughter made Ganesha from Play Dough this year.

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  13. Wow did kids make this Ganesh? So adorable. It is an eco-friendly way and also a way to keep the kids involved on the big day

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  14. Totally agree with you buddy, when in Pune we always brought these eco friendly Ganesha buddy, it is important to take care of or environment

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