Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi the eco-friendly way!i

Eco-Friendly ways to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi/Festival

Ganesh Chaturthi /Festival is just around the corner and if you are fond of the elephant God, the remover of all obstacles as believed in Hinduism, here are some fun ways to invite him in to your homes and hearts this year.Rocking it this year in his eco-friendly form, he steals our hearts once again!

Ganesh Chaturthi, an Indian Festival that celebrates the Elephant God, Ganesha happens every year in the month of September. There is nothing better than celebrating him the nature friendly way.

The one who rolls with the times, the eco-friendly Ganesha, is here to bless us this year & in the years to come!

Take as you may!

Eco- Friendly Ganesha Collection

Ganesh Chaturthi, is an Indian festival celebrating the Elephant God, Ganesha. Each year this 10 day festival happens in September. It is customary and a tradition to bring home an idol of Ganesha.

These Ganesh idols are made of clay, Plaster of Paris and painted colorfully with chemicals. Every Indian household where a Hindu resides be it in India or abroad would bring home a Ganesha idol.

The celebrations continue with good food, friends and family gathering, music and dance for ten days. The last day of the festival is known as Visarjan. The day, when the idol is immersed in a water body.

Hindus celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi for 10 days, and on the the 11th day of this festival is Ganesh Visarjan. The day in which the clay idol  is immersed in a waterbody symbolizing a ritual send-off of the Lord. In his on-toward journey towards his abode in Kailash/heaven, it is believed, that he takes the misfortunes of his devotees with him..

Little did people realize the consequences of these acts, which might have a drastic effect on the environment. The immersion of idols made out of chemical materials causes significant water pollution. The toxic waste from these materials kills plant and animal life in the water bodies. 

Celebrating ecofriendly Ganesh Chaturthi enables you to celebrate the festival grandly, without harming environment and other living beings.

Being a lover of Nature and an ardent devotee of Ganesha, I have decided to go the eco-friendly way. Sharing motivational images of eco-friendly Ganesha here to help spread the message, during this season.

Don’t you think, that is what the creator had in mind when he created this beautiful earth for us? Join us to spread the message of “Live and Let Live”. Celebrate the earth and its bounties for years to come!

The eco- friendly Ganesha collection here, not only inspires our creative streak but also uses biodegradable materials that are so environmentally friendly.

Choose yours this year, to invite him in!

Bless us with your amazing grace this Ganesh Chaturthi season.

Who is Ganesh?

Do you want to learn more about the Elephant God who is worshipped by the Hindu’s all around the world? Check out our blog posts related to Lord Ganesh and Ganesh festival below.

The Bottom Line

Share with us how you celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi/Festival at your home this year? Share with us your eco-friendly ideas of making Ganesha, if you tried any in the comments section below.We would love to hear all about it!

Many blessings to you and your loved ones, this festive season!

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