Ganesh Visarjan 2017: Guide to travel Around Mumbai Today


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Ganesh Utsav is upcoming to an end, which means that it is time for Ganesh to bid goodbye and his favorites to be absorbed in water. Ganesh Visarjan marks the final ceremonial of the festival, with thousands of statues absorbed every year. Here is we are guide to travel around Mumbai for today.

Every year, Mumbai‘s addictive energy scopes its peak with the arrival of Ganesh idols across the city. Ganesh Chaturthi, also called Ganesh Utsav or simply the Ganesh festival, rejoices the birth of the elephant-headed god. For ten days, the god stays in Pandals and households around the city as a guest, gifting residents blessings and listening to their prayers. At the end of these ten days, though, on the day of Anant Chaturdashi, it is time for the god to leave his devotees’ homes. This year, Anant Chaturdashi is tomorrow, September 5, and Ganesh idols will be taken in large processions of thousands of people to the Arabian Sea and Mumbai’s lakes for engagement. It is the sight of a lifetime, with most of the largest and most famous statues being immersed on the same day. ALSO READ: Broadly Celebrated Religious Festivals In The India


 But the display also comes with some tasks. Traveling in and around Mumbai on the day of Anant Chaturdashi can be a bother to say the least, with around a million fans contributing in the engagement of several hundred thousand idols. To make things easier for you and to help you portable better to catch these processions, here are the roads for the three major Ganesh idols in the city.

Lalbaugcha Raja



 

The celebrated Lalbaugcha Raja will leave its Pandal and begin its march at 10 in the morning from Lalbaug market. From here, it will head to Bharat Mata Hall, Sane Guruji Marg, and then to Byculla Railway Station, Clare Road and Nagpada. It will then continue to Dunkan Road and then Don Taki and Sant Sena Maharaj Marg in Kumbharwada. From there, the demonstration will move to Suthar Gully, Madhav Baug and CP Tank before happening to Opera House and lastly ending at Girgaum Chowpatty. The absorption finally happens the next day at 8 am.

Ganesh Galli Mumbaicha Raja



 

The demonstration of this famous and famous Ganesh idol begins from 8 am on the last day of the Ganesh festival, starting from Dr SS Rao Road and then on to Ganesh Cinema and Chinchpokli Bridge. From here, it moves to Arthur Road Corner and then Saat Rasta and Sane Guruji Marg. The march then transfers to Agripada and Dr Bhadkamkar Marg, before reaching Opera House and Wilson College and finally Girgaum Chowpatty. The involvement happens at 8:30 in the evening on the same day.

Andhericha Raja



 

The engagement of this legendary Ganesh Pandal does not happen on Anant Chaturdashi. In its place, Andhericha Raja will head to the sea on Sankashthi Chaturthi,which will fall on September 9, 2017. It will go from Azad Nagar II to Veera Desai Road and then SV Road. From there, it will move to Andheri Market and then Navrang Cinema, Sony Mony and Apna Bazaar. It will proceed to Four Lodges from the Indian Oil Nagar Junction and then to Seven Bungalows, before finally caption to Versova Bus Depot and then Versova Village for immersion in the late morning hours of September 10.

The Mumbai Police has plans in place for the huge Ganesh Visarjan processions on September 5, 2017. It will be separating the ways into three parts: one for the march, the other for those recurring from involvement points, and routes for regular traffic. Follow the police on Twitter to get detailed maps and informs on traffic routes and diversions. You’ll find the slowest moving parades starting in the middle of the morning and going on until late and night, but the Visarjan themself happens in the morning next day. 

Roads will be crowded of traffic or closed to traffic, so take the local trains wherever possible. It is best to reach Grant Road station former in the central of the day and move onwards to Girgaum Chowpatty along Marine Drive. It will be crowded by then, so expect slow movement with hundreds of thousands of other followers and spectactors. There will be a special pavilion for foreign tourists, and if you want you can go through tours of the Visarjan to avoid the massive crowds as best as you can. Apart from Chowpatty, Juhu Beach is another popular point of immersion, as is Versova Beach.

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Location : Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Date : 2017-09-05 07:21:27