This Ganesh Chaturthi India is Going Green With the use of Eco-Friendly Ganpati Idols

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Devotees across the country are already in the worship mode with the onset of Ganesh Chaturthi. The craze of the festival started way back in the 19th Century is increasing year after year. However, after the great awareness regarding water population, people are becoming responsible during the celebration.

It is noteworthy, that many people and associations (Mandal) across the nation are opting for Eco-Friendly Ganpati Idols rather than POP ones. POP idols, when immersed in water bodies, were responsible for water pollution.

This article is a compilation of all such Eco-Friendly Ganesh Idols from all across the country:

1. 30-Feet large Ganesha idol made using over 9000 peeled coconuts. (Bangalore)

2. ‘Seed Ganpati’ at Ganesh Darshan Exhibition at Poompuhar in Coimbatore where the idols are made up of red soil with organic seed

3. Students at a playschool in Bhubaneswar, Odisha made eco-friendly idols of Lord Ganpati with plant seeds in them

4. In Barkatpura, Students participating in Eco-Friendly Ganesha Idol Making

5. Bengaluru formed a World Record where 2138 Volunteers contributed in making Eco-Friendly Ganesha Idols

6. Group of 56 women from an NGO, born with Down Syndrome making eco-friendly Ganpati in Mumbai

7. And these Chocolate Ganpati Idols in Ludhiana which will feed underprivileged students of the region

8. Even the US Consulate General in Hyderabad is supporting the idea of Eco-Friendly Ganesha Idols

9. A Petrol Pump in Hyderabad gifting Eco-Friendly Ganesha Idols to their Customers

10. And How can we forget the well-known Sand Artist Sudarsan Pattnaik who is spreading the message for Eco-Friendly Ganesha Idols through his Sand Art

Being the responsible citizen of the country, it is our holy duty to protect the resources available to us. All these resources are the property of nature. Hence, we must be careful while using them.

The idols made up of Plaster of Paris degraded the water bodies. Therefore, this new trend of eco-friendly idols is turning out very well for the upkeep of water bodies. It feels very proud to us as an Indian Citizen when we notice people understanding their responsibility.

Kudos to everyone who made this possible!

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This Ganesh Chaturthi India is Going Green With the Use of Eco-Friendly Ganpati Idols
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