Ganesh Utsav Festival begins with Ganesh Chaturthi and concludes with Ganesh Visarjan on Anant Chaturdashi.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 commences on 19 September and concludes on 28 September on the day of Anant Chaturdashi.
Many popular narratives are associated with the celebration of this festival, such as the Ganpati Bappa's Birthday on Ganesh Chaturthi.
According to Indian Mythology, Sage Veda vyasa prayed to Lord Ganesha to write the Mahabharata epic.
Lord Ganesha wrote it continuously for 10 days without taking a break.
At the same time, Vedavyasa noticed that due to the continuous writing, Lord Ganesha's body temperature increased significantly.
To soften this, he arranged a bath for Lord Ganesha in the river on the 10th day.
According to this tradition, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated for 10 days.
In honor of the 10-day writing marathon of Lord Ganesha, we celebrate this festival.
Lord Ganesha is one of the primary deities in Sanatan Dharma, and his worship is done before initiating any auspicious work.
Ganesh Ji is also referred to as the "First Revered God," in Hindu beliefs.
Lord Ganesha's idol installation begins on the fourth day of the bright half of the Bhadrapada month.
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