Hyderabad: City Maharashtrians to commemorate Ganesh Chaturthi with passion & & enthusiasm
Hyderabad: Going back to the origins, the Maharashtrian organization locates more fervour to commemorate Ganesh Chaturthi with much merriment as well as excitement after 2 years. The Maharashtrian area are back with complete josh to commemorate Ganesh Chaturthi this year, as last year the events were subtle as a result of Covid 19 limitations, it was a subtle event.
There are roughly 80,000 Marathi family members residing in Hyderabad/Secunderabad as well as majorly focused in locations like Shalibanda, Karwan, Gowliguda, Sultan Bazar, Kachiguda, Barkatpura, Meerpet, Hitech City, Manikonda, Gachibowli, Miyapur, Kompally, ECIL as well asUppal Keeping their custom to life, every year Ganesh idolizers rate at the pandals as well as the area is likewise motivating using environment-friendly Ganesh idolizers.
Anand Kulkarni, president of Maharashtra Mandal, among the earliest Marathi organizations in Ramkot, stated “This year at the Maharashtra Mandal we will be celebrating the 75 years of India’s independence by giving tributes to the freedom fighters. The decoration and theme of pandal will be according to it. For the past 73 years, we are celebrating the festival by following our traditional rituals. For the past two years, all our celebrations were online and as things have got back to normalcy, we have planned to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi in a grand manner. We will also be organising various cultural programmes for seven days. Ganesh immersion will be held on the seventh day at our campus at Ramkot where an artificial pond is created.”
“As last two years our celebration wasa low-key affair, this year we have planned to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi with highly devotional spirit. We have been celebrating this festival from the past 80 years. On the first day we welcome Lord Ganesh with Pran Prathisthapana pooja, by offering Bappas Favorite Sweet Modak and Laddu, we welcome Bappa by playing Traditional Maharashtrian Lexims and Marathi Dhol Tasha which are the most popular instruments played during the festival,” stated Govind Jagirda, president of Vimal Natya Samaj,Kacheguda
Ambarish Lahankar, Founder of Mitraangan-Maharashtrian of Hyderabad stated,”Every year we celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi virtually, where we take the entries from all the residents who reside in the city and encourage them to make handmade Ganesh idols and the best idols are awarded as a token of appreciation. Our organisation has a group name Maharashtrian Dhol Tasha Pathak (Group) and in order to promote the vibrant part of the Maharashtrian culture of Maharashtra, we perform at various reputed platforms to render our musical service to Bappa(Lord Ganesh).”