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    Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: Andhericha Raja in eco-friendly mode

    Mumbai: Andhericha Raja, also known as the ‘Lalbaugcha Raja of western suburbs’ has gone partially eco-friendly in its 53rd year. Wood and fibre have been used to make the pandal, which is a replica of the temple of Chintamani of Theur. Unlike other sarvajanik Ganeshas, this idol is immersed on Sankashti Chaturthi (16th day), which falls on September 28 this year. The Chintamani model this year is in keeping with the mandal’s

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    Mumbai: Clash breaks out between police, Lalbaugcha Raja volunteers

    Mumbai: A clash broke out between Mumbai police and volunteers at the venue of the famous Lalbaugcha Raja on Tuesday afternoon. A heated argument and scuffle ensued between police, including a senior rank official and mandal volunteers on Tuesday afternoon over the order of the queue for darshan. The line for a quick darshan was not moving ahead.

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    Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: Lalbaugcha Raja live-streaming shows the way

    Mumbai: Want a darshan of Ganpati Bappa but too tired or afraid of braving the crowds and the commute to make it to the famous venues? Ganesha is streaming live — get a darshan online. This comes as a boon for countless devout Mumbaikars, especially senior citizens, who cannot jostle through serpentine queues. For some years now, Lalbaugcha Raja, the city’s most popular Ganesha, has been dispensing blessings online.

  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: Watch aarti at Mumbai’s Lalbaugcha Raja

    One of Mumbai’s most famous Ganpati pandals, Lalbaugcha Raja witnesses a footfall of over 2 crores over the span of 10 days. This Ganeshotsav marks the 85th year of the pandal’s existence. In 1934, fishermen and vendors in the Lalbaug-Worli area set up the first idol here, and since then, the Lalbaugcha Raja pandal has grown to attract lakhs of devotees from across the country and globe. It is open for darshan around the

  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: Check out the first look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2018 in Mumbai

    Situated in a narrow bylane of Lalbaug is the Mumbai’s one of the famous Sarvajanik Ganpati ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’. Founded in 1934, the idol is known as the ‘one who fulfills all wishes’. From politicians to Bollywood celebrities, millions of devotees flock the pandal to get a glimpse of the God of wisdom. The idol is worshipped for eleven days and immersed on Anant Chaturdashi. In 2018, Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated from

  • Lalbaugcha Raja Visarjan (Immersion) 2017 route

    One of Mumbai’s famous Ganpati, Lalbaugcha Raja attracts a huge crowd including Bollywood actors and politicians. Devotees from across the country wait for long hours to get a glimpse of the elephant god. Lalbaug Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal was founded in 1934 and takes care of all the arrangement throughout the ten days. There is a story behind the celebration. In 1932, the market place at Peru Chawl was shut down and so

  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: Pictures from Mumbai’s famous Ganpati pandals

    Mumbai: Mumbai most favourite festival, Ganpati, is here. The excitement is highly visible as Mumbaikars participated in welcoming bappa with open hearts. From Baahubali theme to Gajraj Mahal, you will get to see all in famous Ganesh Pandals.

  • Lalbaugcha Raja 2017: All you need to know about Mumbai’s ‘King Ganesha’

    Mumbai: The most loved Ganesh mandal of Mumbai, Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvsajanik Ganeshotsav mandal revealed the first glimpse of idol on Monday. Thousands of devotees gathered together to get a first glimpse to Lalbaugcha Raja, which is celebrating 84th year this time. Here are some interesting facts.

  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: Insurance cover details of GSB, Lalbaugcha Raja will stun you

    Growing reserves of bullion have raised the annual Ganeshotsav insurance cover sought by Ganpati mandals to record levels this season. Mumbaikars are all set to welcome Lord Ganesha this Friday. But as of now, several Ganesha idols have started arriving with much fervour amid ‘Ganapti Bappa Morya’ chats, several mandals across Mumbai have opted to insurance every aspect of the festival to ensure a smooth run.

  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja

    Ganesh Chaturthi is one of a major Hindu festival which is celebration to mark the birth of Lord Ganesha. Ganesh Chaurthi also known as Vinayak Chaturthi will begin from August 25. The auspicious festival begins from mid-August or mid-September and arrives on the fourth day Bhadarva Shukla-Paksh according to the Hindu calendar.

  • Mumbai: Oh My Lord! Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 picture goes viral

    Mumbai: The biggest celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi will be held on August 25, this year in Mumbai. And, Lalbaugcha Raja 2017’s photo has gone already gone viral in which you can see that the Ganpati has been seated in Krishna avatar.

  • Rs 8.8 cr and still counting, says Lalbaug Mandal!

    Mumbai : Like in the past few years, this year too Lalbaugcha Raja has received more than Rs 8.84 crore in the form of donation from its devotees across the world. This includes cash, gold and silver offerings.