Before Ganesh Chaturthi Ustva, a wonderful sight was seen in a temple in Bengaluru, Karnataka. Here the temple has been decorated with currency notes and coins worth Rs 65 lakh. Shri Satya Ganapati Temple is located in JP Nagar. Every year something unique is displayed here during the Ganesh Puja festival. Hundreds of coins ranging from Rs 10, 20, 50 and 500 have been used in this temple.
Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated across the country from September 19. The idols of Lord Ganesha are being decorated in a wonderful way in almost every temple of the country. The enthusiasm for Ganesh Utsav is being seen from Mumbai, Delhi to Bengaluru.
Talking about a temple in Bengaluru, for almost 11 years, before the Ganesh Utsav, the idol of Lord Ganesha and the temple itself are being decorated in a unique way. This year also a different view of this temple was seen.
Temple decorated with notes and coins worth Rs 65 lakh
Ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, the Sri Sathya Ganapathy Temple in Bengaluru’s JP Nagar has been decorated with currency notes and coins worth Rs 65 lakh. Every year this temple presents its premises in a unique way during the Ganesh Puja festival.
The temple is decorated with hundreds of coins and currency notes ranging from Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50 to Rs 500. Over the years, the temple has used flowers, maize and coconut to decorate the idol of Ganapati as part of the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations. Eco-friendly items like raw bananas have also been used.
Want to do something new every year
Speaking to news agency ANI, temple trustee Mohan Raju said, ‘For 11 years we have been decorating the temple in different ways. This time all the trustees have planned to decorate it with coins and notes. A total of Rs 52.50 lakh coins and Rs 2 crore 6 lakh notes have been used in this temple. Every year we decorate it in a different way.
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Let us tell you that Ganesh Chaturthi festival falls in the Bhadrapada month of the Hindu calendar. This day marks the birthday of Lord Ganesha, son of Shiva and Parvati. This festival is also known as Vinayak Chaturthi and Ganeshotsav.
On this occasion, people install clay idols of Ganesha in their homes and public places and on the day of Anant Chaturdashi, the idol is immersed in a river or sea. This year, Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations will begin from September 19.
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