Mumbai's biggest Ganesh festival Lalbaugcha Raja cancelled as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in city
Lalbaugcha Raja is among the most grand pandals set up during Ganesh Chaturthi, a festival that starts on the fourth day of Hindu luni-solar calendar month Bhadrapada.
Ganesh Chaturthi: Devotees across Maharashtra celebrate as the 10-day festival culminates with visarjan
The 10 day-long festival celebrating the arrival of Lord Ganesha, or Bappa, as he is affectionately known culminated on 12 September, 2019. Ganpati statues are brought to the sea on the last day amidst much dancing and merriment, and immersed in the water. In this photo, Ganesha is on his way to Versova Beach followed by his devotees.
'Avoid dancing atop these bridges!' Mumbai civic body identifies 20 unsafe rail overbridges as city gears up for Ganesh visarjan
Adhering to safety of the people, Mumbai Police officials have said they have been asked to regulate the number of people atop the bridges at all times during Ganeshotsav.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: Mumbai Police issues traffic advisory, deploys 50,000 cops across 129 immersion points
In order to maintain law and order in the city while also ensuring that there is not much inconvenience to people, Mumbai Police has issued traffic advisory for the same.
Hindu groups in Australia have held peaceful demonstrations against a controversial advertisement which they described as "insulting"
Mumbaikars will have a noisy immersion of Lord Ganesha's idols on Tuesday as Supreme Court on Monday restored the Central government's notification empowering the state government to declare certain areas as silence zones - free from noise pollution.
A court in Mumbai has issued a summons to Ram Gopal Varma on a complaint filed against the filmmaker for 'poking fun at Lord Ganesha'.
This time two US-based online retailers are under scanner for selling beers with Lord Ganesha's pictures on its label and footwear with the 'Om' symbol inscribed on them
The ten day Hindu festival to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi kick started across the country and social media users shared all the buzz around the festive occasion with traditional idols, delicious modaks and dhols dominating the news feed.
Lalbaugcha Raja is Mumbais's most famous Ganpati darshan during the auspicious Ganesh Chaturthi festival.
Why do we feel compelled to not just laugh but deride — and at length — every such instance of Hindutva delusion? Wherefore that delicious feeling of self-satisfaction that descends upon us when any such story becomes front page news?
Lakhs of devotees Monday bid adieu to elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesh amid massive security here and other parts of Telangana.