Ganesha Festival 2018 – Full Information

Ganesha Festival 2018

Ganesha Festival – First of all, Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all of you. Yes, Ganesh Chaturthi aka Ganesha festival, Don’t you know What is Ganesha festival? When is the Ganesha festival 2018? Why does this Ganesha festival is celebrated? Are you totally unaware of Ganesh Chaturthi? Don’t worry! here in this post, I will give all the possible answer to Ganesha. So let’s move ahead in the search for your answer related to Ganesha Festival.

Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the Hindu festivals celebrated in India. I hope you all know about Durga Puja i.e. Navratri, Yes just like that, Ganesha festival is a 10-day festival that reveres God Ganesha. This time Ganesha festival 2018 is on Thursday, 13 September. On this day people worship Lord Ganesha and serve the prasad (sweets). People welcome Lord Ganesha by beating drum, dancing, singing and many other ways.

Ganesha Festival 

ganesh images 4Why does this Ganesha festival is celebrated? (detailed). What is the reason behind it? Well, it is said that Ganesha festival is celebrated on the honor of Ganesha’s Birthday. Ganesh Chaturthi is also known as – Vinayaka Chaturthi, Ganesh Mahotsav, as God Ganesha has 108 different names. 
People celebrate this day by wishing each other through social media, Chanting of Vedic hymns, by dancing, beating the drum in street, decorate the pavilion of Lord Ganesha, sending quotes for Vinayak Chaturthi, Although, people wish each other by sending Ganesh images, I am sure you are also looking for Ganesh Images. Check the link below for Ganesha Images (HD).

How to Celebrate Ganesha Festival 2018 

On this day, according to muhurta, People buy the statue of Lord Ganesha and worship them by praying to Lord Ganesha, Singing aarti, dancing, saying slogans and many more. This Ganesha Festival makes the environment fresh and energetic.

When is Ganesha Festival 2018?

As, I already told that, this year Ganesh Chaturthi is on Thursday, 13 September. On this day people wake up early in the morning or we can say that wake up before the Muhurta of Ganesh and buy the statue of Lord Ganesha, in order to welcome Ganesha in their respective home and pray to god.As I told Ganesha festival is on Thursday, 13 September and last until ten days. On the 11th day, another process is done known as Ganesh Virsarjan, that means, it’s the last day of celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi 2017. On this 11th day the statue of lord Ganesha been immerse in lake or river saying Bye with a popular slogan –

Ganpati Babba Morya, Agle Varsh tu Jaldi Aa.

Muhurta Of Ganesha festival 

This time, Ganesh Chaturthi is on Thursday, 13 September and the shubh time in which people can start praying to God Ganesha or welcome with full of enjoyment is between 6:29 to 7:59 and the Labh time is between 12:41 to 14:14. The Muhurta of the evening for Ganesha festival is between 18:56 to 20:22. 

All this Muhurta is as per Hindu calendar i.e. Panchang of India.

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Where does this Ganesha Festival be most popular?

Ganesh Chaturthi mostly celebrated in Mumbai, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh etc. To experience with this Ganesha festival 2017, I advise you to go to Mumbai, Maharashtra. In Mumbai, each and every street has a statue of Lord Ganesha. It is impossible to cross a street without having a display of God Ganesha.
In fact, Mumbai is a place where a competition occurs between street to street for the best decoration of Ganesh Chaturthi. However, the competition not only seen in Mumbai, it occur in the various city.
As we know, People wish each other through the various social site. I am damn sure, you are also excited about knowing the Ganesha latest wishes. Your wait is over, check the link below to find Wishes in both Hindi and English.

Ganesha Festival Quotes –

However, quotes are also the best way to show your excitement towards the festival. Here are some latest Ganesha festival quotes over the link below in Hindi and English (both).

I hope this article helps you to celebrate Chathurthi. Stay tuned for more updates related to Ganesha. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all of you.

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