Lalbaugcha Raja LIVE Darshan 2022 | लालबागचा राजा लिव दर्षन 2022
Lalbaugcha Raja LIVE Darshan 2022: Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the oldest and most popular Ganapati mandals in Mumbai, established in 1934 and witnessing thousands of people every year during the 10-day Ganpati festival. This year, Ganesh Chaturthi falls on August 31, 2022
Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshostsav Mandal unveiled the first look of this year's idol on Monday (August 29). This year the idol is 12 feet.
Lalbaugcha Raja LIVE Darshan 2022
Lalbaugcha Raja darshan There are two lines for Lalbaugcha Raja darshan. One is the Mukh Darshan line and the other is the Navas line. The Navas Line is the Mannath Line – the one where devotees can touch the feet of the Idol to fulfill their wishes. In the case of the Mukh Darshan line, devotees can catch a glimpse of the idol from a short distance.
Lalbaugcha Raja 2022 THEME
The Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal unveiled the first glimpse of its signature 14-feet tall Ganesh idol in Mumbai on Monday, just two days ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi.
The idol of Lalbaugcha Raja is 14 feet and holds a throne, the total height of the idol is 21 feet. This year Lalbaugcha Raja is celebrating 89th Ganesh Chaturthi. The idol is made of POP.
It takes one and a half months to make an idol. The eyes of the idol are very attractive. Santosh Kambli sculpted the idol of Lalbaugcha Raja. Interestingly, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will also visit Mumbai on September 5 to offer prayers to Lalbaugcha Raja.
Lalbaugcha Raja pandal is the main attraction during Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai. Every year thousands of people visit this place to pray at the pandal. However, since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the pandal celebrations have been affected.
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Lalbaugcha Raja 2022 decoration theme
Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 will be celebrated on 31st August on Wednesday which will be a grand affair at Lalbaugcha Raja Ganesh Mandal. Ahead of the 10-day celebration, the organizers took to Instagram to share details of the live broadcast of the first glimpse of Lalbaugcha Raja 2022, which was shared with devotees on Monday, August 29.