With just a day to go for Ganesh Chaturthi, which is on September 13, 2018, people are busy decorating their houses, all prepping up for the grand welcome of Ganpati Bappa. But along with the household Ganpati celebrations, the city of Mumbai has several famous Ganesh Pandals which hold the celebrations for the public during Ganeshotsav. The Lalbaugcha Raja is definitely among the top famous Ganesh idols in not just the city, but across the states. Devotees come from in and around the country to seek blessings of the Lord. The idol remains the same every year and they change the motifs a bit, maybe in the colour or form. The first look of Lalbaughcha Raja 2018 is out. Lalbaugcha Raja Darshan 2018 Schedule: Here Is When and How You Can Go to Mumbai’s Most Famous Ganpati Pandal This Ganesh Utsav.
Common man, celebrities and industrialists all pay a visit to this Ganpati and seek blessings. Almost 1.5 million people come here every day on an average, so you can guess the devotion and faith people have on this particular deity. It is the most visited and most talked about in the city and there are special queues, that go on for hours to just get a glimpse of the idol. Ganeshotsav 2018: 7 Popular Ganpati Pandals in Mumbai to Visit This Festive Season.
See First Picture of Lalbaugcha Raja 2018 for The Ganeshotsav
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Watch Video of Lalbaugcha Raja 2018 First Look for This Ganesh Chaturthi
Isn't it beautiful? The Kambli family has been making the idol since the year 1935. It is approximately 15 feet tall idol and takes about one and half months to make. The idol saw some changes for its crown so that it could fit under the new flyover during the immersion process. The legendary idol has a patent and several devotees get in a replica of the idol for their household celebrations. Will you be going to pay your respects to Lalbaugcha Raja this Ganeshotsav?