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Ganesh Chaturthi (the festival of Lord Ganesha), is becoming popular in Fiji and, according to the Fiji Sevashram Sangha, this year's celebration was the biggest ever. Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated on the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the son of Lord
Hindus Celebrate Birthday Of Lord Ganesh For Auspicious Beginnings Being fascinated with religions, I asked about Ganesh and he and his wife taught me. I knew that Ganesh favored learning, but I was unaware of the phrase remover of obstacles.
An eight-year-old girl was raped by an unidentified person at Weaker Sections Colony in Shamshabad on Monday. The girl's parents had dropped her off at her grandparents' home before going out to sell sacred leaves in connection with Ganesh Chaturthi.
Throughout India celebrations for Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi festival, have started today (September 9). On the eve of Ganesh Festival, preparation of decoration of Chintamani is in full speed in Mumbai. (IE Photo: Pradeep
On Ganesh Chaturthi Neeti Sarkar looks at how the remover of obstacles has grabbed the attention of designers, illustrators and landscape artists The idol makers are resting as people taking home statues of the god whose birthday they celebrate today.
Ganesh Chaturthi, is a celebration committed to Lord Ganesha, a standout amongst the most worshipped Gods in the Hindu pantheon. Otherwise called 'Ganesh Jayanti
Indian children play in front of a Ganesh statue, wrapped in plastic for protection, being sold near the road ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in New Delhi on Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The Hindu festival which celebrates the rebirth of the God
The famous Akhil Mandai Ganpatil Mandal took out a special procession of its Ganesha idol on the occasion of Angarika Chaturthi, on May 28. The idol was installed at the newly renovated temple raised by the Mandal in Mandail area after procession. (
This year, Lord Ganesha will ensure that his devotees wrap up New Year's celebrations before midnight. On the eve of New Year, youth spoke about their plan to have an early celebration and booze before midnight because the auspicious Angaraki
With Angarki Chaturthi falling on the first day of the new year, most devout Hindus plan to wrap up their celebrations before midnight as they will observe a fast the next day. Even the Siddhivinyak Temple Trust is gearing up to celebrate the