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Title : Ganesh / Ganpati Visarjan DJ Music Nasik / Nashik Dhol Tasha Mumbai India ANDHERI CHA RAJA [HD]
Description : SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/JB23Ss - Video taken on 8th Sept 2014. Check out the Andheri Ka Raja visarjan latest footage. This video contains Nasik / Nashik Dhol, DJ Music and Dance.

GANPATI…..Venerable god of Maharashtra. A personable god who has occupied a place in the heart of people of Maharashtra. Though Hindu's are having 33 Crore Gods , Lord Ganesha is having distinct place among all. There is a custom in hindu religion that every good work should be started only after the prayer of lord Ganesha.

In Maharashtra, the Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav has been started by Lokamanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak during the pre-independence era. The main aim behind of it was to form unity among the people & create public awareness. He was of opinion that it will help the society to transform.

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Ganesha Chaturthi (Vinayaka Chaturthi, Gaṇēśa Caturthī or Vināyaka Caviti) is the Hindu festival celebrated in honour of the elephant-headed god Ganesha. Celebrations are traditionally held on the 4th day of the first fortnight (Shukla Chaturthi) in the month of Bhaadrapada, according to the Hindu calendar. This usually falls between August and September months of the Gregorian Calendar. Festivities usually finish in 10 days, on the fourteen day of the same fortnight (Anant Chaturdashi).

The festival is celebrated both publicly and privately at home. The modern day version of public celebrations involves installing clay images of Ganesha in public pandals (temporary shrines) and worshipped together for ten days. The private celebration involves installing an appropriate sized clay image at home and worshipping with family and friends. In both cases, at the end of the festival the idols are immersed in a body of water such as a lake or a pond.

The festival is generally celebrated all over India. However, the celebrations are also celebrated in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Odisha and in other parts of Western India and Southern India. Outside India, it is celebrated widely in Terai region of Nepal and by the Hindu diaspora in the United States, Canada, Mauritius, and other places.

he festival starts by selecting and installing a clay murti (the idol). At home families will create a small, clean corner decorated with flowers and other colourful items for installing the idol before hand. For public celebrations, preparations will commence weeks in advance and will involve erecting temporary structures mandapas (pandals). These are funded by monetary contributions from local home and commercial establishments. Once installed both will involve decorating the idol and the place of installation in various themes, using flowers precious materials etc.

In preparation for the festival, skilled artisans create artistic clay models of Lord Ganesh with the aim of selling them. It is not unusual for public idols to be significantly large vary from 3/4 of an inch to over 70 feet.

As a part of the installation ritual a priest will perform the Prana Pratishtha ritual with the symbolic aim of inviting the deity to inhabit the murti. This is followed by the 16 step ritual named Shodashopachara[5] (Sanskrit: Shodash = 16, Upachara = process) during which various offerings like Coconut, jaggery, modaks, durva (trefoil) blades of grass and red flowers are offered to the murti.
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