Must See Sarvajanik Ganpati of 2010
Lalbaugcha Raja Ganesh: Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati, situated near Lower Parel, is the most famous Ganesh idol in Mumbai. In 2010, the set looks like a king’s durbar or court. Millions of devotes will have the darshan of Lalbaugcha Raja ever year. This year, the organizers set air cooling enclosures for the devotees who will wait for several hours to get the darshan of Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati.
Ganesh Galli Ganpati: Ganesh Galli Ganpati, located near Parel, is the most popular Ganpati pandal to decorate the mandal with new theme every year. For 2010, organizers decorated Ganesh Galli Pandal as Mysore Chamundeshwari Temple.
Khetwadicha Raja: Khetwadicha Raja Ganpati, located in Khetwadi Grant Road, is studded with gold and diamond work, with tusks of pure gold. In 2010, theme of Khetwadicha Raja is heaven.
GSB Seva Ganesha: This Ganesh idol is also known as Mumbai’s Gold Ganesha. Adorned with 61 kilograms of gold and more than 300 kilograms of silver, GSB Seva’s Ganesh idol will remain for first five days of Ganesh festival. The height of the idol is 20 feet.
Chandanwadi Ganpati: Chandanwadi Ganesh idol, located at Kalbadevi, is the tallest Ganpati idol in Mumbai. In 2010, this 23-foot Ganesh idol is accompanied by an eagle.
Posted on September 18, 2010, in Ganesh Festival in Mumbai, Lalbaugcha Raja (1934-2012), News, Sarvajanik Ganesh Installations and tagged Ganesha, Ganeshotsav, Kalbadevi, Lalbaughcha Raja, News. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.