Free Essays on Ganesh Festival

  1. project

    Indian calendar is filled with lots of festivals and holidays considering different religions. Few days ago, Ganesh Festival or locally known as “Ganesh Chaturthy” was celebrated all over India and also abroad in some parts where majority of Indians are living. Originally it was celebrated by every...

  2. bad effect of varius festival on the envirnoment

    Joy of Ganesh Festival and Impact on Environment Hemant Wakode|Life in India,Urbanisation and Water| October 8, 20121 Indian calendar is filled with lots of festivals and holidays considering different religions. Few days ago, Ganesh Festival or locally known as “Ganesh Chaturthy” was celebrated...

  3. Eco Friendly Ganesh Idol

    favourite festival has arrived at their doorstep. Every year, the fervour and enthusiasm of Ganesh Chaturthi increases in massive amounts. People come out in large numbers to pay visit to various idols arranged at various public places and dedicate their prayers. Various families celebrate this festival by...

  4. Eco Friendly Ganpati

    An eco-friendly Ganesh Utsav In recent times, Ganesh Utsav festivities in Pune have adapted to environmental concerns, says Rasika Dhavse. September 2004 - Puneites are passionate about Lord Ganesh. The Ganesh Utsav (Ganesh festival) in Pune is marked by an emotion so intense that it almost resembles...

  5. Festival and Its Environment Impact

    Festivals of India Indian festivals are both colourful and extremely joyous. People enjoy the festivals with family and friends. The religious significance of the festivals too can hardly be denied. Here are some of the very popular festivals that take place throughout India. There are many festivals...

  6. Project

    graph, it is clear that 73% of retailer keep gulab Jamun instant mix& tin. Amul, 29% of total retailer keeps GITS and Ramdev 81% of total retailer keep Ganesh, 10% of total retailer keep Gajanand and nestle, 5% of total retailer keep. Retailer keeps less Amul gulab Jamun instant mix because of less consumer...

  7. Commodity

    months ahead were accordingly going up. The Minister of Civil Supplies called me to Delhi to inform me that he was very worried that with the festivals of Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, and Diwali all coming up, that we simply could not have high gur (jaggery) prices. As Chairman of FMC, I was to, somehow...

  8. y,dy,du,ytd,u

    known as Deepavali and the "festival of lights", is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn every year.[3][4] The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.[5][6][7] The festival preparations and rituals typically...

  9. impact of festivals on environment

    its people is beautified with festivals. Festival is acelebration of the changing seasons, harvest, reconciliation and the birth anniversaries of saints, gurus and prophets and honours the gods and goddesses. History of festivals Epigraphical evidences prove that festivals have been celebrated in India...

  10. Durga Puja

    greatest festival. The puja is held for the three consecutive days: the Saptami, the Austami and the Navami; and on the fourth day, the Dashami, the image is immersed in the water of a tank or a river. The image is worshipped along with those of other deities like Lakshmi, Saraswati, Ganesh and Kartikeya...

  11. Weekly Current Affairs Update

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  12. Indian Freedom Fighter

    Damodar Savarkar was born in the village of Bhagur, near the city of Nasik, in what is now Maharashtra.[1] He was one of four children – his brothers Ganesh (Babarao) and Narayan, and his sister Mainabai – born to Radhabai and Damodarpant Savarkar. His family was of Hindu and Marathi background, and belonged...

  13. Ganesh

    An idol maker gives finishing touches to a Ganesha statue during the Chaturthi festival. Batukamma is a spring festival celebrated by Hindu women of the Telangana region. Festival | Date of Observance | Date of Observance (2010 Gregorian calendar) | Description | Makar Sankranti or Pongal | Makar...

  14. Lord Ganesh

    Importance of Lord Ganesh in the Hindu Culture There are many gods and goddesses in the Hindu Culture, but they mainly believe in the one universal god who is known as Brahma. Yet, there are many other important figures in their religion such as the widely worshipped deity, Ganesh. He is the son of...

  15. Indus Valley Civilization

    and European-style trousers and shirts for men, are also popular. Many Indian festivals are religious in origin, although several are celebrated irrespective of caste and creed. Some popular festivals are Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Ugadi, Thai Pongal, Holi, Onam, Vijayadasami, Durga Puja, Eid ul-Fitr...

  16. Tallest Ganesh in 2014 (AP)

    state gears up to celebrate Ganesh Chaturti, a festival celebrating birth of the Hindu lord, who is worshipped before any venture is undertaken. Andhra Pradesh’s largest city, Vizag, will be having at least five Ganesh idols taller than the much celebrated Khairatabad Ganesh idol of Telangana’s largest...

  17. Deepawali - Essay 1

    present here, today I, Arpit Patel of standard 8th is going to give a speech on DEEPAWALI. DIWALI or DEEPAWALI, the festival of lights, is one of the important and widely spread festival celebrated in India. It is a celebration of lights, and for many, it is truly a sensory experience; some families decorate...

  18. Indian Festivals

    rocketed. The pollution in India shoots up abruptly due to various factors and the pollution due to festivals is also one among them. The practice of immersion of Ganesh idols after the Ganesh festival in various cities is causing severe water pollution which leads to the death of tonnes of fish and...

  19. Festivals of India

    FESTIVALS OF INDIA festivals are at the heart of people’s lives in India. The numerous and varied festivals that are held throughout the year offer a unique way of seeing Indian culture at its best. The following popular festivals in India will provide you with a truly memorable experience. Diwali: ...

  20. Trees are best friends

    Contribution towards festival celebrated in the Society. Festivals do not just offer people a temporary reprieve from their daily grind. Imbued with deep inner significance, each festival is a multifaceted celebration As you know we have already started celebrating festivals this year with Independence...

  21. Research

    Festivals: A Time of Celebration or Impending Environmental Disaster (A Comprehensive Analysis on Degradation of Indian Environment) Sujoy Chatterjee* and Dr. Prashant Mehta** *Student III Semester B.Sc. LL.B. (Hons.), National Law University, Jodhpur (Raj.) ** Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science...

  22. Celebrations a Waste of Money?

    CELEBRATIONS Festivals are an occasion for us to spend quality time with our family. Most of us hardly know our first and second cousins, aunts and uncles. Our festivals are designed in such a way that we get to meet everybody and perform rituals together, which in turn promotes social unity and brotherhood...

  23. study

    Come Bhadrapad & its time forfestival of Lord Ganesh All over the country Ganesh idols are invoked on Shukla Chaturthi with all the Ferver and Gaity This year Ganesh Chaturthi is coming on 19th September  3. Traditionally, from ancient times, Shri Ganesh idols were made from mud & clays, and often...

  24. xxyz

    देव प्रसीद परमेश्वर ॥ - See more at: http://www.myguru.in/Vrat_PoojanVidhi-Sri-Ganesha-Puja-Vidhi.htm#sthash.4Uk528cE.dpuf HOW TO PERFORM GANESH CHATURTI PUJA AT HOME Ganesha is welcomed home by devotees everywhere with a lot of fanfare. Celebrated for 1 ½, 5, 7 or 10 days, Bappa arrives home...

  25. Preservation

    Brahma and the Hindu Trinity The Goddess Local Deities The Ceremonies of Hinduism Domestic Worship Life-Cycle Rituals Temples Pilgrimage Festivals Islam Sikhism Tribal Religions Christianity Zoroastrianism Judaism Modern Changes in Religion India - The Vedas and Polytheism Hinduism...

  26. Ind

    Journal of Applied Economics 2004, Vol 3, Issue 2 • Srivyal Vuyyuri, Ganesh S Mani & Chakrapani V Chaturvedula Revisiting Money - Interest Rate Relationship, ICFAI Journal of Applied Economics 2003, Vol 2, Issue 3 • Ganesh S Mani and Srivyal Vuyyuri, Gold Pricing in India: An Econometric Analysis...

  27. project

    In Goa, the sale of Ganesh idols made from Plaster of Paris (PoP) is banned by the State Government. People are urged to buy traditional clay idols made by artisans. [17] Recently there have been new initiatives sponsored by some state governments to produce clay Ganesha idols.[18] Artificial pool...

  28. Noise Pollution Details in Kolkata

    Report of assessment of Noise Pollution survey in Kolkata during Kali puja & Diwali Festivals- 2005 Introduction: The use of loudspeakers is regulated in terms of the Rules under the Environment Protection Act (1986) as well as the orders of the Supreme Court and the Calcutta High Court. The Police...

  29. Quiz

    c. relation between organisms and their environment -ANSWER d. tissues Festivals 1.One of the Hindu festivals is celebrated by fasting throughout the day and staying awake at night in prayer. Which is this festival? - 'Mahashivarathri 2. While 1st January is New Year's Day according to the Gregorian...

  30. Distance Education

    Dombivali(E)–Vivekanand Night College,Ayre Road,Dattnagar(BA,BCom & M.Com) Kalyan (W) – Birla College ( BA , B.Com & MA - Hist) Kalyan (E) - Samyak Sankalp College , Sai Ganesh Chhaya, Near Jarimari Temple, Tisgaon ( BA , B.Com & M.Com) ) Bhiwandi - Samadiya College,349,Samad Nagar, Kaneri (BA & B.Com) Ulhasnagar (W) - R.K...