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    HMDA Distributes 150,000 Clay Ganesh Idols in Just Four Days in Hyderabad

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    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) is urging people to install eco-friendly clay Ganesh idols. The GHMC, along with the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA), has distributed a total of 1.5 lakh clay Ganesh idols in just four days. On the last day, they were able to distribute around 70,000 idols.

    The HMDA officials are proud to announce that they have set a record by distributing the highest number of idols within such a short period of time. The program was officially launched by MA&UD Minister K T Ramarao on September 14. The HMDA has established 60 distribution centers across the city to facilitate the distribution of these idols. By Saturday, they had already distributed 80,000 idols.

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    The GHMC and HMDA are committed to promoting eco-friendly festivities and are encouraging people to opt for clay Ganesh idols. This initiative aims to reduce the environmental impact caused by the use of non-biodegradable materials in idol making. By choosing clay idols, people can contribute to a cleaner and greener environment.

    Installing eco-friendly clay Ganesh idols not only helps protect the environment but also supports local artisans who make these idols. It provides them with livelihood opportunities and promotes traditional arts and crafts. The GHMC and HMDA are dedicated to creating awareness about the importance of sustainable practices during festivals and are working towards making Hyderabad a more eco-friendly city.

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    In conclusion, the GHMC is urging people to install eco-friendly clay Ganesh idols and has successfully distributed a large number of these idols within a short span of time. This initiative not only helps protect the environment but also supports local artisans and promotes sustainable practices during festivals.

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