Friday, September 20, 2013

Happy Ganesh Visarjan

This post is a part of my Semblance series. ^

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GANPATI BAPPA MORIYA!

Ohhh! Oooh..Check out these silly ideas some people used.
How boring!
Immersing clay Ganpati in the water so that it melts and mixes with the soil...Psssttt... Noob!
In a Bucket? So lame.
Haaa! What is so enjoyable about this, huh?



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15 comments:

  1. No words needed... Pictures were more than enough.

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  2. So sad to see such holy things treated in a horrible way.

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    1. People wouldn't let idols touch ground or our feet or dirt or bleeding women but, leaving them this way in dirt, garbage, mud and waste with broken body parts is ok.

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    1. Sadder than not worshiping them at all.

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    1. Sadly, no one stays to watch the after math. People are on their way once the celebration is over.

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  5. Somehow, how gigantic the idol is seems to decide how deep your devotion is !
    I wonder whether Ganpati himself would like and support it !!
    The happiness of the festival lies in the spirit of acceptance and celebration, not the enormity of the idols !
    perfect pictures for an eye-opening post, Dhara !

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    1. I have the same belief. Thank you Sreeja.

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  6. We love our Gods so much that we dunk him in the same water where we dump our waste and sewage. Incredible we are for sure. :-)

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  7. anesh Chaturthi (IAST: Gaṇēśa Chaturthī), also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi(Vināyaka Chaturthī), is the Hindu festival that reveres god Ganesha. A ten-day festival, it starts on the fourth day of Hindu luni-solar calendar month Bhadrapada, which typically falls in Gregorian months of August or September.

    Vinayaka Chavithi Telugu Images Wishes

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