Lalbaugcha Raja Visarjan Route 2018: Immersion Path Details Out; Mumbai Police Issues Traffic Advisory on Roads Leading to Girgaon Chowpatty, Juhu Beach, Sheetal Talao
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Mumbai, Sept 23: The 11th day of Ganeshotsav 2018, marking the culmination of Maharashtra's most popular festival, will be observed today. The Lalbaugcha Raja, which is the most valued Ganesh idol in Maharashtra, will be immersed. The visarjan route, along with the traffic advisory, has been released by Mumbai Police. Devotees, as well as city commuters, are recommended to adhere to it. Arabian Sea Vomits Thousands of Dead Fishes, Turtles at Juhu & Dadar Beaches Following 7th Day Immersion.

Apart from the traffic advisory for Lalbaugcha Raja visarjan at Girgaon Chowpatty, the Mumbai Police has also released the details of traffic diversions on roads leading to Juhu beach, Versova beach, Dadar beach, Sheetal talao and Powai lake.

The Lalbaugcha Raja immersion route will begin from Lalbaug, and pass through NM Joshi Marg to reach Byculla. It would then move towards Clare Road, Nagpada, Duncan Road and Do Taki -- where heavy police cover will be deployed to prevent any untoward incident. Lalbaugcha Raja 2018 LIVE Mukh Darshan From Mumbai Day 10: Watch Live Telecast & Streaming of Lalbaugcha Raja Ganpati Pandal Aarti.

Subsequently, the route will turn towards Khambarwada, then moving to VP Road via CP Tank. The immersion will finally take place at Girgaon Chowpatty.

Check Full Details & Area Covered Under Immersion Route:

  • Lalbaug
  • Bharat Mata Theatre
  • Sane Guruji Marg, Byculla West
  • Clare Road
  • Nagpada
  • Dunkan Road
  • Don Taki
  • Sant Sena Maharaj Marg
  • Kumbharwada
  • Suthar Gully
  • Madhav Baug
  • C.P. Tank
  • V.P. Road
  • Opera House
  • Girgaon Chowpatty

Check the Visarjan Route Map & Traffic Advisory Here:

Traffic advisory for Lalbaugcha Raja issued by Mumbai Police:

Devotees from all over the city, along with other parts of Maharashtra, are expected to join the immersion route.

The Ganeshotsav celebrations across the nation is highlighted by the zeal shown by devotees during the immersion of Lalbaugcha Raja.

While the devotion is unequivocally respected, authorities have asked the organisers, as well as the devotees, to take precaution at the site of immersion. In 2017, 11 deaths were reported across Maharashtra during idol immersions.