It is that time of the year when every corner screams the chants of Ganpati Bappa Morya! On September 13, 2018, the devotees across the nation welcomed the most beloved Lord Ganesha and the 10-day long celebration of his birth began. Above all, it is a known fact that Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with much fervour in Mumbai. As Mumbaikars are in their celebratory mood, the devotees have lined outside the Ganpati pandals to get a glimpse of Lord Ganesha to seek his blessings. The most popular pandal in the city—Lalbaugcha Raja attracts a stupendous number of devotees during Vinayaka Chaturthi every year. The number of visitors only goes up and if you are trying to figure out a way to get the mukh darshan on Day 3, then you must opt for the live telecast and streaming available online. Watch the Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati pandal aarti with your family avoiding the city’s hassle. Here Is When and How You Can Go to Mumbai’s Most Famous Ganpati Pandal Lalbaugcha Raja This Ganesh Utsav.
Mumbai’s Lal Baghcha Raja; the King of Lalbaug, is the most famous Sarvajanik Ganpati kept at Lalbaug, a prominent locality in the city’s centre. The giant idol is kept for the public display for 11 days and then it is immersed on the auspicious day of Anant Chaturdashi. It is believed that this idol of Lord Ganesha is ‘Navsacha Ganpati,’ meaning the one who fulfils all the wishes and hence, the pandal witness a million devotees during Ganesh Chaturthi. Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati entered 84 years this year. The pandal is busy 24*7 and the ques sometime goes beyond 2 km. Hence for the benefit of the devotees, the committee members decided to stream live darshan so that you can seek Bappa’s blessings avoiding the crowd. From Chocolate to Ganesha With Banana Flowers, These Eco-Friendly Ganpati Idols Are a Treat to Devotees.
Watch Lalbaugcha Raja 2018 LIVE Mukh Darshan From Mumbai Day 3.
Ganesh Chaturthi has only begun and there is a lot of rejoicing and celebrating slated in the coming days. The celebrations kicked off and the beautifully handcrafted idols have already made their way to homes, platters of modaks and other delicious sweets are readied. The legendary design of the Lalbaugcha Raja has been patented by its makers; the Kambli family. The members also revealed that this year’s idol is approximately 15 feet tall and it took the artists about 1-2 months to make it. And if in case, you fail to reach the venue on any day, don’t be sad and watch the videos online as they upload almost every hour for Bappa’s bhakts across. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!