Ganeshotsav 2022,10 celebs provide a preview of their celebrations, including a clay idol and prasad served on leaf plates.
“I have long observed an environmentally conscious Ganeshotsav. We have such incredible selections of eco-friendly deities, so this time I was thrilled to catch sight of a lovely Gannu Bappa. You don’t need to go outside because it is environmentally friendly. You pray with your friends, put the idol you worship at home in a bucket of water, and then you water your plants with holy water. Let’s honour our country by observing the event in an environmentally responsible way. The least we can do given the numerous indications of both population growth and global warming is to protect the environment. The ocean, sea, and beaches should be kept as clean as possible and eco-friendly Ganeshotsav should be observed.
“For many years, we have been purchasing clay Ganpati idols. We perform the visarjan at home, dissolving the clay before adding water to our plants. We are all aware of how crucial it is to protect the environment. Because of the high levels of pollution, we must take care not to damage the environment while celebrating.
“The city is alive with Ganeshotsav fervour. I’ve been celebrating it ever since I moved to Mumbai. I would go see friends who bring Bappa home and a Ganpati pandal. This time, Covid is unencumbered. I’ll also go see Lalbaugcha Raja and Siddhivinayak. I wish for everyone’s happiness and serenity on behalf of Bappa. Be and act morally. One must have faith in God since Bappa is Vighnaharta.
“In our first year of celebrating Ganeshotsav, we had purchased a Plaster of Paris Ganpati idol because, at the time, we were not aware of eco-friendly idols. But the next year, we read about eco-friendly idols, and ever since, for the past 17 years, we have been receiving it every year. We only use paper, watercolours, and flowers for the décor as well. Every year, we even install artificial immersion tanks to prevent pollution of the sea after the festival. Our Ganeshotsav has a distinct theme each year, which represents the world in which we live. We’ve celebrated Ganpati with an Aadhar card theme, Chandrayaan with a theme, and even Covid with a sanitizer theme. The Solar System will be our chosen subject for this year.
For a few years now, I’ve been having an eco-friendly Ganpati celebration. I made a clay Ganpati for the first time at home the previous year, and I did the same thing this year. We’re going to have some handmade modaks and my friends and family are coming over. Since moving to Mumbai ten years ago, I’ve been celebrating Ganpati. I discovered how widespread the Ganeshotsav festival is in the city when I first arrived. I believe that everybody who can should switch to environmentally friendly idols rather than purchasing something that harms the earth. We observe floating idols after visarjan, which I believe is offensive to God. It pollutes the ecosystem and has an impact on marine life at the same time. These days, eco-friendly idols are available, and choosing them is encouraged.
This year, my kids will create an earth-friendly Ganesha at home using clay and mud. They’ll use environmentally friendly paint and decorations on it. We’ll soak the idol at home in a tub of water, and then we’ll use the holy water to water the plants on our balcony. I think the most important thing is the love in your heart, so the idol won’t be large or anything. We shall celebrate with friends and family in this manner.
I’m bringing Lord Ganesha home for the first time this year. I won’t state that I am meeting him there, but I think he has decided to come to my house. But in the spirit of holiday humour, we shouldn’t forget about our environment. The first step that we can do to ensure that we do not harm mother nature is to get an eco-friendly Ganpati idol. Because if we don’t protect the environment, we’ll be the ones to suffer in the future.
“Our family has celebrated Ganeshotsav since before I was born, and my grandma used to plan it in a big manner. My grandma suggested us to purchase eco-friendly Ganpati idols, therefore we have been doing so for a while. Our family’s clay statue of Lord Ganesha is unpainted and constructed of clay. Since we used to gather flowers from our garden for the décor, we have been celebrating eco-friendly Ganeshotsav since I was a young child. To save waste, we serve food on leaf plates, and we continue to make every effort to uphold the tradition of an environmentally responsible Ganeshotsav.
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