MUMBAI: Ahead of the final immersion day of Ganeshotsav, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis defended the Bombay high court’s ban on DJ and Dolby sound on Sunday and said Lord Ganesha does not need su
LUCKNOW: Amid the chanting of mantras, Lord Ganesha went under the Gomti waters on Sunday. That marked the culmination of 10-day festivity of Ganesh Chaturthi.
In a welcome departure from the past, the decibel levels came down markedly on the streets of Mumbai on the last day of the Ganesh festivities on Sunday, as more than 250 leading Ganpati mandals to
Surat: Don’t immerse Ganesha idols in Tapi, thinking that the the ban on immersion in the river is just another diktat issued year after year.
MUMBAI: The Bombay high court directed the Maharashtra government and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday to detail the steps taken against unauthorised pandals across the state a
It’s time to welcome Lord Ganesha to our homes, societies and clubs once again.
Doing her bit: A student of Home Science College spray-painting a Ganesha idol in the city on Saturday.
Home Science Department creates natural colours that are as good as synthetic ones
Rajahmundry: To help make Ganesh Chaturthi celebration eco-friendly, state pollution control board authorities plan to give away as many as 1,900 clay Ganesh idols free in Godavari districts.
Last week the Bombay High Court refused to grant any relief to Thermocol Fabricator and Decoration Association, to allow the sale of thermocol for decoration, during the forthcoming Ganesh Festival
The state environment department (SED) is likely to allow the use of the thermocol decorations till the end of the 10-day Ganesh festival in September.
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