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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Mantapa Decoration for the arrival of Ganesha

This is the festival I eagerly wait to celebrate. My preparation starts from fifteen days earlier to the festival. Every year I visit my mother's house for the celebration and last year I missed it.:-(.
I didn't want to miss Ganesha festival this year. So had planned everything fifteen days earlier. I had bought many decorating materials, and was waiting for the day with excitement.
Finally the day had come. At my mother's place , decorating Mantapa was my responsibility. This responsibility I love always. Happy to share about the decoration
The Mantapa frame fixed :
I decorated with garlands of flowers and some decorating items:

And finally, with Ganesha,
I felt Ganesha looked happy with the decoration :-) and I was contented.
May Lord Ganesha bless all with health, happiness and prosperity to all, who believe in him.
Soon will write about another Radha -Krishna painting ,I made
Until then, 
Love , laugh and live the life to the fullest,
-Ranjana 

19 comments:

  1. Your dedication to perform this Great Ganesha Puja festival is really heartening.

    God Ganesha Bless U and your family.

    subbu thatha.
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  2. The mantappa is beautifully decorated.

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  3. Surely he would be very happy and his blessing are surely with you. When he sees this kind of dedication he surely takes away all evil with a smile when he is immersed in water. Wish you a happy Ganesh Chaturthi.

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  4. Hi Ranjana,
    you are some wonderful collection of arts and crafts. i really liked your ganesha decoration with step by step pics! check my article on eco-friendly ganesha - http://www.caleidoscope.in/eco-ideaz/eco-friendly-mahakaaya-suryakoti-samaprabha
    regards
    Levine

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  5. Nice to see that you have decorated with such love & passion and devotion for Lord Ganesha. You will definitely receive his choicest blessings !

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  6. The mantapa frame comes alive in the 2nd and third pics-and then of course the deity Himself .Beautiful.

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  7. Beautiful. You shared the pictures on fb too. Amazing work.

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    1. Thanks Saru. Yes, I have shared some photos on FB also.

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