Sanitizer Ganesha idols for Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations; The star is a native of Mumbai

The special Ganesha idols were created by an artist from the Ghatkopar area of ​​Mumbai. It was because of Kovid 19 that he created such idols of Ganesha. The idols of Lord Ganesha are created with a sanitizer in hand.

Sensor machines are attached to these idols, which were made before Ganesha Chaturthi. Liquid sanitizer is available when someone stretches out their hands.

According to the ANI news agency, he has been creating idols in a different way every year, this time because of Kovid 19. We believe that Ganapati will solve all our problems. That is why a sanitizer machine was attached to the idol.

It is a symbol that Ganesha will remove this virus from us. He said sanitizer would be provided when devotees come to take darshan.

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The demand for Ganesha idols is less this year than in previous years. Ramdas said that despite restrictions and health issues, many people are still interested in buying sanitizer idols. 2-3 sanitizer idols have now been prepared.

But he said it would be ready anytime more orders were received. It was difficult to find materials used to make the idols. It comes from different parts of the country.

Lights have also been installed on the idol. The 10-day Ganesha Chaturthi celebrations will begin on August 22.

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