Ganeshotsav: The king of Lalbagh gave the first glimpse, Amitabh Bachchan shared the video

It has been six hours since this video was shared, and it has been seen by more than 21 lakh 49 thousand people. This year’s Ganeshotsav is commencing from 10th September. This festival of devotion and reverence starts from Ganesh Chaturthi and after 10 days it is observed throughout the country till Anant Chaturdashi.

There is big news for the devotees of Lord Ganesha. Before the onset of Ganeshotsav 2021, the king of Lalbaugcha has been placed. The king of Lalbaugcha has granted his first darshan on Wednesday. Megastar Amitabh Bachchan took to social media and has shared a video of the first look of Lord Ganesha, which has gone viral. It has been six hours since this video was shared, and it has been seen by more than 21 lakh 49 thousand people. This year’s Ganeshotsav is commencing from 10th September. This festival of devotion and reverence starts from Ganesh Chaturthi and after 10 days it is observed throughout the country till Anant Chaturdashi.

Corona protocol will be followed in this time’s event. This year devotees will be able to attend Ganpati online so that there is no crowd at the venue. The Darbar of the Lalbagh ke Badshah could not be decorated last year due to Corona virus. Corona broke the 86-year-old tradition.

The Lalbagh Ke Raja’s Durbar is the most prominent public Ganesh Mandal in Mumbai. This Darbar is setup in Lalbagh, Parel area of ​​Mumbai. It was organized in 1934 by the Kolis of Chinchpokli. The Lalbagh Badshah is regarded as ‘Navasacha Ganapati’ (the fulfiller of wishes). There is a 5 kilometer long line of devotees to see them. The Ganesh idol of Lalbagh is immersed in sea on the tenth day at Girgaum Chowpatty.

The court of the Raja of Lalbagh was held for the first time in 1934. Since then the faith of the devotees in the king’s court deepened. Now the number of devotees increases every year in his court. Leaders, actors, ministers and industrialists all reach to bow their heads in the court of Lord Ganesha. Darshan of the king of Lalbagh is considered very fortunate.

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