Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra: 1207Mumbai: 714Pune: 166Navi Mumbai: 29Thane: 27Kalyan-Dombivali: 26Islampur Sangli: 26Ahmednagar: 25Nagpur: 19Pimpri Chinchwad: 17Aurangabad: 13Vasai-Virar: 10Buldhana: 8Latur: 8Satara: 6Panvel: 6Pune Gramin: 6Usmanabad: 4Yavatmal: 3Ratnagiri: 3Palghar: 3Mira Road-Bhaynder: 3Kolhapur: 2Jalgoan: 2Nashik: 2Ulhasnagar: 1Gondia: 1Washim: 1Amaravati: 1Hingoli: 1Jalna: 1Akola: 1Total Deaths: 72Total Discharged: 120BMC Helpline Number:1916State Helpline Number:022-22694725

Ganesh Utsav 2019: Going for Ganpati Visarjan? Take a look at the high tide timings

In order to ensure nothing serious happens during celebration, Mumbai Police recently tweeted a photo and asked the citizens to plan Ganpati Visarjan as per the high tide timings

Ganesh Utsav 2019: Going for Ganpati Visarjan? Take a look at the high tide timings

With Ganesh Chaturthi commencing September 2 onwards, the city has been engulfed by devotees engaging in celebrating the arrival of their beloved Bappa. On the other hand, the devotees who bring Ganpati Bappa home will be conducting Ganpati Visarjan today, i.e. immersion of Ganesh idols, at sea/creeks.

Accordingly, in order to ensure the devotees' safety, Mumbai Police tweeted a photo that displayed the high tide timings for the days designated for Ganpati Visarjan. Alongside, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has created artificial ponds which will serve as immersion sites for small Ganpatis.

Also Read: Ganesh Utsav 2019: BMC Denies Permission To 379 Ganpati Pandals

According to the timetable, the devotees have been asked to conduct the Ganpati Visarjan and keep their safety at par. The Visarjan happens every year on the second day, fifth day, sixth day, eleventh day and the twelfth day. 

Related News