Pratiksha Nagar- The Maghi Ganesh festival has begun with fervour and enjoyment. 30 mandals of Pratiksha Nagar hae come together to celebrate the Maghi Ganesh Jayanti and will immerse their favorite deity on 11 February.
This year, 31 January is being celebrated as Maghi Ganesh Jayanti wherein devotees offer special naivadya. On this day, food is prepared by using ‘Til’ (sesame) and hence this day is also known as Til Kund Chaturthi.
Maghi Ganpati is celebrated in a grand way across Maharashtra. Apart from this, a five-day festival is celebrated at the famous Mahaganpati temple of Titwala to celebrate Maghi Ganesh Jayanti.