The ten-day extraordinary Ganesh Chaturthi or Ganeshotsav is about to initiate within a week of two years of constrained commemoration. People all over India come together to celebrate with great fanfare and display. Nevertheless, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, etc. are where it is primarily observed.
Ganeshotsav 2022 Is On August 31
Ganesh Chaturthi, which this year falls on August 31st, will mark the beginning of the celebration. The Ganeshotsav tithi will, nevertheless, fall between August 30 and August 31. The Tithi duration will start at 3:33 PM on August 30 and end at 3:22 PM on August 31. The celebration will end at some point on Anant Chaturdashi, which falls on September 9 and is when worshippers will submerge the Ganesha idol in water.
How It Is Celebrated
During the first day of the Ganesh Chaturthi, people embrace Ganpati Bappa by placing Lord Ganesha deities in their residences. After decorating and worshipping the elephant-headed Deity for three, five, or ten days, worshippers say goodbye to him by submerging the deities in water. The length of time worshippers maintains Lord Ganesha idols at residence for adoration is entirely up to them. The commemoration of Ganeshotsav is rooted in many myths and legends. Learn about any of them as well as the favorable Ganesh Sthapna and Visarjan times here.
Hey, greet your friends and relatives in Hindi, using these best Ganeshotsav or Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Wishes, Quotes, Messages, HD Images, Shayari, and Greetings.
Hindi Wishes, Quotes, Messages, HD Images, Shayari, and Greetings For Ganesh Chaturthi 2022
When we have Bappa in our hearts, there is nothing to worry about. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi 2022!
“Wishing a beautiful, colorful, and cheerful Ganeshotsav to everyone.
May this festive occasion bring along many more smiles and many more celebrations for you.”
History Behind The Celebration Of Ganesh Chaturthi
Since the reign of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the celebration has been celebrated in a lavish manner. Nevertheless, Bal Gangadhar Tilak revived the celebration to bring the populace together and close the hierarchy divide. In 1893, he founded the Kesha Keshavi Naik Chawl Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal in Girgaum, which is still in operation today. He furthermore started the custom of erecting Lord Ganesha idols during celebrations in order to instill a sense of patriotism. People think he is the first one to erect a sizable clay statue of Lord Ganesh in a public venue and inaugurate the 10-day celebration.
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