Modaks to Tiranga, Beautiful Bappa

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Shreyas Aware from Indore paid a beautiful tribute to India’s 75th year of Independence with his tricolour themed decorations. From the flowers to the backdrop, the colours of the India adorn Lord Ganesha here.


“This year my sons Abhishek and Amod created a modak themed Lord Ganesha” says Shrikant R Khatavkar from Satara, who sent us this photograph of his celebrations in which Lord Ganesha is adorned with floral arrangements to resemble his favourite sweet, the modak.


Girdharilal Podar from Kandivli, north west Mumbai, tells us that his Ganesha is beautifully decorated with handmade, eco-friendly materials. How thoughtful, indeed!


Deepak Saxena‘s Lord Ganesha is seated on a peacock themed throne with golden hand embroidery and coloured stones.


Pune-based Nilesh Palrecha fondly calls his Bappa ‘Dil ka Raja‘ (king of hearts) styled here in a pheta, the traditional turban worn in Maharashtra during special ocassions.

Dear Readers, how are you celebrating Ganeshotsav this year?

Have you made the idol at home?

What is special about the celebrations this year? Do you have a theme for the festival?

Please send your Ganpati 2022 pictures to [email protected] (Subjectline: My Lord Ganesha).

Do mention your Name and Where You Live. Also, WHY Lord Ganesha has a special place in your heart.

Do you have an unforgettable memory related to Lord Ganesha? We’d love to hear about it.

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