Happy Ganesh Chaturthi! Ganpati Bappa Morya!
With just two days ahead for Ganesh Chaturthi 2019, Mumbai’s favorite Lalbaugcha Raja’s first look was shown on Friday night. Devotees cheered because the drapes to the Ganesha idol were raised. To provide a look to the pandal, the Chandrayaan-2 launch was selected as the subject this season. The Lalbaugcha Raja idol is going to probably be sprinkled on September 12. Before you go into the pandal to get ‘mukh darshan’, here is the first glimpse of Lalbaugcha Raja:
While Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most celebrated festivals in Mumbai, Lalbaugcharaja is your most awaited Ganpati pandal. The Lalbaughcha Raja pandal was set up in the year 1934 and it witnesses a flow of devotees throughout the 10-day-long Ganesh Chaturthi festival.
Watch First Look Of Mumbai’s Lalbaugcha Raja On Chandrayaan-2 Theme
The Ganesh Chaturthi 2019 Lalbaugcha Raja first look was issued today. Mumbaikars were awarded a treat to Lalbaughcha Raja on August 30, 2019. The subject of Lalbaughcha Raja is Chandrayaan 2.
Lalbaugcharaja can also be called Navsacha Ganpati which signifies somebody who fulfills all of your wishes and hence it’s among the most visited pandals from town during Ganeshotsav. This year’s subject of Lalbaugcha Raja is India’s second lunar assignment Chandrayaan-2. Ganesh Chaturthi(Vinayaka chavithi) celebrated throughout India on September 2.
The very first look of Ganpati indicates a lively backdrop with a movie clip of ISRO’s Chandrayaan launch along with the solar system. Two astronauts are view around the Ganesha idol. A lunar rover dangled before the statue.
The 10-day-long Ganesh Chaturthi festivities see a high number of devotees during its pandal situated in the Lalbaug marketplace in Parel. Following the conclusion of the festival, devotees bidding goodbye to their cherished”Bappa” along with the Ganpati idol is immersed in the Arabian Sea.
The Kamble household in Lalbaug has been coordinating the Lalbaugcha Raja for the last eight decades throughout Ganesh Chaturthi. The Lalbaugcha Raja idol is approximately 20 feet tall. The pandal is alongside Lalbaug Police Station from the Lalbaug Marketplace. It’s available from Chinchpokli, Parel, Dadar, Byculla and Currey Road. In addition, it retrieved through cabs, buses, and buses.
Standing at a height of 20 ft, Lalbaughcha Raja was first set up in the year 1934.