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Every year, ‘Ganeshotsav’, the festival celebrated on the  birthday of Lord Ganesh,  is widely celebrated with euphoria, not only in India but also across the world.
The Lord Ganesha is being revered as the deity of intellect and wisdom and is known as the patron of all arts. Ganesh idols, which are brought home on Ganesh Chaturthi, the fourth day of Bhadrapada (a month of the Hindu calendar) are worshipped with great fervor and love. Prayers are chanted to invoke the blessings of the Lord as well as Aartis or Bhajans are also sung with the offerings of specially prepared food called as Naivedya or Prasad. At the end of the festival (Punarmilap),  devotees  reluctantly bid farewell to Ganapati Bappa with a heavy heart wherein the idols are immersed in the nearby water body such as river, lake, sea or artificial pond, However, have we ever thought of what exactly happens after the immersion? Does the idol completely dissolve in water? “Undoubtedly No!”

So what could be the permanent or environment-friendly solution to this? The answer is the  ‘Eco- Friendly Ganesh’.


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