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  • ganesha

    Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: 7 eco-friendly ways to celebrate Ganesh festival

    Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most awaited festivals. During this 10-day festival, we often overlook the aftermath of the celebration. Festivals today have become highly commercialised and many a time end up polluting water bodies and creating noise pollution due to the use of loudspeakers. This year, during Ganesh Chaturthi, let us make an effort to reduce the burden of the Mother Nature and celebrate the festival in an eco-friendly manner.

  • Demand for eco-friendly Ganpati idols shoots up

    Mumbai: With many people using eco-friendly Ganpati idols and artificial lakes for immersion purpose, environmentalists say that there is a greater awareness among the people this year.

  • Green Ganesha

    Check out these unique places to book your Green Ganesha

    Ganesh Chaturthi is just around the corner and getting a Green Ganesha is becoming the trend every year. Many organisations are coming up with unique eco-friendly idols that dissolve in the water without polluting it with toxins. If you want to join the eco-friendly bandwagon and want to go green, here is the list to book one.