Lalbaugcha Raja 2018 LIVE Mukh Darshan From Mumbai Day 2: Watch Live Telecast & Streaming of Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati Pandal Aarti
Lalbaugcha Raja 2018 First Look (Photo Credits: Twitter)

It's day 2 of Ganeshotsav, a day after Ganpati sthapana was done on Ganesh Chaturthi. Huge crowds were seen at Mumbai's most famous Ganpati Pandal - Lalbaugcha Raja. Lakhs of devotees visit this pandal every year to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha. The daily prayers at the Lalbaugcha Raja begin with the morning darshan and aarti at 6:00 am, which is attended by thousands of devotees. You can catch the darshan and daily aarti of Lalbaugcha Raja online as the Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal has provided live streaming options. Lalbaugcha Raja Darshan 2018 Schedule: Here Is When and How You Can Go to Mumbai’s Most Famous Ganpati Pandal This Ganesh Utsav. 

The streets of Mumbai are buzzing with pandals and chants of Ganpati Bappa Moreya. Many will also bid farewell to Ganpati Bappa Moreya today, after one and a half days of Ganesh puja. The Lalbaugcha Raja visarjan will take place on the 11th day, when the Ganeshotsav ends.

The Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati was first installed on September 12, 1934, and is known as "one who fulfils all wishes". The first look of Mumbai’s most popular Ganesha idol was revealed on September 11.

Live Streaming of Lalbaugcha Raja Darshan and Aarti on Day 2

Lalbaugcha Raja darshan for all devotees is available for 24 hours from early morning 6.00 AM, Thursday 13th September 2018 onwards till Saturday 22nd September 2018 midnight.

Lalbaugcha Raja Charan Sparsh will be available for 24 hours from early morning 6.00 AM, Thursday 13th September 2018 onwards. The darshan will be closed on Saturday 22nd September 2018, Morning 10.00 AM. Ganeshotsav 2018: 7 Popular Ganpati Pandals in Mumbai to Visit This Festive Season. 

Charan Sparsh (Touch the Feet) will take the following route: Dinshaw Petit Lane – G.D. Ambekar Marg. To reach here one can come from Lower Parel Station on Western Line and Curry Road Station on Central Line.

Ganesh Chaturthi, which was celebrated yesterday, marks the birth of Lord Ganesha (Elephant God). On this day begins the 11-day Ganesh Utsav, during which devotees bring idols of Ganesha home or at Pandals and hold prayers. The devotees then bid farewell to Ganpati after 1.5 days, 5 days, 7 days or 11 days with the Visarjan ceremony. Here’s wishing everyone a Happy Ganpati Utsav.