Ganesh Utsav 2019: Here's The Glimpse Of What Ganesh Chaturthi 2019 Looked Like

From Lalbaugcha Raja to Chinchpoklicha Chintamani, here's how the renowned mandals looked like this festive season.


Ganesh Chaturthi 2019 started on September 2 and we bid adieu to our beloved bappa on September 12. This year witnessed a plethora of unique Ganpati mandals and themes. From Chandrayaan 2 theme at Lalbaugcha Raja to Kheer and Chocolate Ganpati. 

As the festival comes to an end, here's a rundown of what it looked like:  

1. Fortcha Icchapurti

2. Umerkhadicha Raja

3. Ganesh Gallicha Raja

4. Chinchpoklicha Chintamani

5. Sahyadri Krida Mandal, Chembur

Following are the articles of facts and  timelines of Ganpati Mandals: 

1. Girgaoncha Raja 

One of the most renowned Ganpati mandal is Girgaoncha Raja, which celebrates 91 years of existence in 2019. Established in 1928, Girgaoncha Raja has been keeping eco-friendly ganpati idols that are made of clay. The idol is sculpted by Rajender Patkar and its standout point is the Kolhapuri style raja pheta  which is placed on the head and is around 5.5 feet tall and its width is around 7 feet. In the initial years, the idol was just 8 feet tall but it is 22 feet tall now. Check out its chronology- here

2. Chinchpoklicha Chintamani

Founded in 1919, Chinchpokli's Chintamani is one of the major attractions for Mumbaikars and visitors along with Lalbaugcha Raja, Ganesh Gully and Khetwadi. The idol is prepared in the workshop at Parel and the 'Aagman Sohla' that is held much before the festival is one of its specificity. Check out its chronology- here

3. Umerkhadicha Ganpati

Founded by Bal Sangu Patil, Umerkhadi Ganesh Mandal which is located near Sandhurst Road station on the Central Line is one of the most famous Ganpati Mandals which Mumbaikars and people from across the country visit. Established in 1947, Umerkhadi Ganesh Mandal will be completing 73 years in 2019. Check out some interesting facts about mandal- here 

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