Mumbai - ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ Tour
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Mumbai - ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ Tour

Watch the strong local fervor come alive in this massive festival on the streets and corners of Mumbai.

The festival is celebrated with lots of devotion and zest in all part of India with a particular interest in Mumbai. During the ten day festival family install idol of their deity in their home, while some association and neighborhoods get together to erect tent in which gigantic statue of Ganesha are enshrined.

Pooja, aartis, sweets etc mark ten days festival. On the last day, they bid farewell to ganesha by immersing him in a water body. The immersion procession is fantastic Sight.

 

 

 

10 days before installation: Explore the workshop where the idol is made

Itinerary:

Pick up from Hotel

Drive to Parel Railway workshop where the iconic Ganesh Idols are made

Then drive to Lalbaugh and explore the vibrant and colourful market selling stuff for the decoration of the Ganesh Chaturti.

Then back to the Hotel.

 

 

10 Days after installation: Explore the Pandal where Ganpati Idols are installed

Itinerary:

Pick up from Hotel

Drive to Khethwadi and explore the award winning Khetwadi Ganraj which is considered to be one of the most spectacular Ganesh idols in Mumbai.

Then drive to Lalbaugh and explore the vibrant and colourful market selling stuff for the decoration of the Ganesh Chaturti.

Then back to the Hotel.

 

Final Day immersion/ Visarjan

Itinerary:

Pick up from Hotel

Drive to Marine Drive where you will be able to see iconic visarjan

Then back to the Hotel.

 

 

Time:  As per your convenience

Duration: 4 hours (including travelling)

Cost:

Rs.6000 for up to 4 people (Pick up from City)

Rs.6500 for up to 4 people (Pick up from Suburb)

Inclusions: Air conditioned car with Chauffeur, Local Student Guide, Personalized tour, Water, toll, parking & Tax

 

 

 

Notes:

 

1. August & September is a part of Monsoon season and rain is unpredictable so please take necessary precaution against weather.

2. We request ladies to dress modestly.

3. You have to take off your shoes to enter places of worship.