Ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi this year, Ganpati idols are being taken to pandals in the city of Mumbai. Pic/Ashish Raje
The devotees of Lord Ganesha thronged in large numbers outside the workshop in Parel as the Ganpati Mandal organizers were seen taking their Ganesh Idols to his place of residence. Pic/Ashish Raje
Photo Journalist and devotees make sure that they capture the first glimpse of Lord Ganesha as two huge idols are taken through a busy street on the way to the pandal. Pic/Ashish Raje
An aerial view shows the discipline that Dhol Tasha Pathak's follow as they welcome Lord Ganesha marking the advent of Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai and across the globe. Pic/Ashish Raje
As Mumbai's favourite festival is just a few days away, Ganesh idols make their way into the city pandals where they will take residence for 10 days. Pic/Tanmoy Mitra
Another Ganesh idol is being carried to a pandal in Vashi, Navi Mumbai as devotees are all set to celebrate the festival with much enthusiasm and fervour. Pic/Tanmoy Mitra
Ganesh Idol showers his blessings upon his devotees on his way to a Koparkhairane pandal in Navi Mumbai. Pic/Tanmoy Mitra
A huge Ganesh idol is seen seated on a large trailer as Bappa makes his way to the Ganesh pandal. Pic/Steffi Fernandes
Ganesh idols are transported to different pandals from workshops, including the famous Parel workshop. As Mumbai preps for Ganesh Chaturthi 2018, here's a sneak peek on Ganesh's journey from the workshop to the pandals in Mumbai and its suburbs.
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