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    Ganesh Nimajjanam in Warangal: A Display of Grandeur

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    The cities of Warangal-Hanumakonda-Kazipet were full of celebration on the occasion of Ganesh Nimajjanam (immersion) on Wednesday. Devotees were seen on the roads, carrying Ganesh idols for their final journey after the nine-day festivities.

    The administration made all the arrangements for the idol immersions at various locations including Siddheshwara Gundam in Hanumakonda, Chinna Waddepally Cheruvu in Desaipet, Kota Cheruvu in Hanuman junction, Ursu Ranga Samudram, Fort Warangal, Gorrekuna Katta Mallanna, Bandham Cheruvu, and Pedda Cheruvu in Hasanparthy.

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    To ensure the smooth immersion of large-sized Ganeshas, the Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation (GWMC) arranged 24 cranes and two hydraulic machines at the immersion points. Safety of the devotees was given utmost priority according to Mayor Gundu Sudharani.

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    The authorities also took measures such as barricading, cranes, generators, fire tenders, high-mast lighting, and deployed 50 expert swimmers at all tanks. Life jackets and 48 dinghy boats were made available as well. Additionally, 1,050 police personnel were deployed to ensure the orderly conduct of the nimajjanam. One-way traffic was enforced by the police to prevent congestion and CCTV cameras were installed at key points and designated immersion tanks.

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