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This Ganesh Chaturthi, Let’s Go Eco-friendly With Clay Idols

By HIOC Team

Hyderabad is all set for grand celebrations of Ganesh Chaturthi as usual. You all might be very busy preparing for the festival, participating in setting mandapams, doing arrangements and all. Have you purchased the Ganesh idol? If not, it’s time for you to show that you really care for the environment and you contribute... »

Ganesh Celebrations in Hyderabad

By correspondent

The number of Ganesh pandals in the city has increased this year when compared to last year. Last year the number of Ganesh idols were around 55,000 and this year the number is over 65,000. This year nearly 26,000 Ganesh idols were immersed in Hussain Sagar. This year there was also an increase in... »

Ganesh Processions – Traffic Restrictions in Hyderabad

By correspondent

To reduce traffic hassles, and maintain easy traffic-flow during Ganesh immersion procession on 18 Sept, the following restrictions are being imposed by the police. These restrictions may be extended if needed. »

Guidelines to Follow this Ganesh Chaturthi: Hyderabad Police

By HIOC Team

The Ganesh pandals have already been set in many localities all across the Hyderabad city. There is no street, no area and no locality that does not have a Ganesh pandal. Every nook and corner of the city is flooded with Ganesh idols. Every organizer should take necessary precautions to ensure safety and peace.... »

Ganesh Idol: Message of Wisdom

By correspondent

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great pomp and joy in Hyderabad and many places in India. Keeping aside the regular ritual of installing the Ganesha and performing poojas, there is something that we need to learn during this festival season. Lord Ganesha stands for prosperity and wisdom. Do you know that every feature of... »

Ganesh Chaturthi in Hyderabad Apartments – A Lot More Than Just Celebrations

By correspondent

The 10-day Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations have started in the Hyderabad city. Today, we are seeing people celebrating it with more decency and reverence. People in apartments make it a point to gather for the Ganesh aarthi in the evening, organize small events and this is the time when they bond and get to know... »

By correspondent

Lord Ganesha's big head symbolizes the "Eternal Soul" and the ability to "Think Big". The big head of Lord Ganesha conveys us to cultivate the habit of thinking big. Big thinking is about predicting and foreseeing things rather than limiting oneself. Wisdom and crystal clear logic are the other things that signifies Lord Ganesha's... »

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