तरी पण प्रत्येक वर्षी परत परत हेच म्हणायला मजा येते 🙂
So I told him the meaning that it is request for God Ganesha to return as soon as possible next year, it is said during the immersion ceremony, hence although we are sending him back same time we do request him to return next year …The term “Moraya” derived from tradition indicating the relation between the God and his Devotee
Saint Shri Morya Gosavi who is considered the chief spiritual progenitor and the most
important saint of the Ganapatya – the Hindu saint centered on Ganesha
So the space left in the photo up is meant for his sisters, which will arrive tommorw, will stay with him for two days and then leave. The story behind this I will post as I get time :-), since today I will be more busy in decorating Ganesha.
As you know this time Ganesha idol has arrived from Pune, we could manage to get the eco-friendly green Ganesh idol made from chalk powder + paper pulp + natural gum & painted using water colours.
Happy Ganesh Festival to ALL 🙂