Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

Aug 22, 2017, 06:00 IST
  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    With just a few days to go before the commencement of Ganeshotsav, authorities of the Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal allowed mediapersons to click a few pictures and videos. All pics/Shadab Khan

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    Lalbaugcha Raja It was founded in 1934 at Lalbaug market  and sees a large turnout since this idol of Lord Ganesha is considered 'Navsacha Ganpati', which means the fulfiller of all wishes

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    The Lalbaugcha Raja Ganesh idol has been organised by the Kambli family for over eight decades now

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    There are two queues for taking blessings of the Lalbaugcha Raja - Navsachi Line and Mukh Darshanachi Line

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    Lalbaugcha Raja Ganesh Utsav 2017 will be inaugurated on Thursday August 25, 2017, early morning at 4.00 am

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    The Navsachi line is for people who want to get their wishes fulfilled.  You get to see and touch the feet of Lalbaugcha Raja and see Bappa at a closer distance

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    The Mukh darshan is to get a glimpse of Lalbaugcha Raja from some distance without going onto the stage. Pic/mid-day reader

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    The same will be further followed by Pratishthapana Puja. Post the Puja, Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 darshan will be opened to all the devotees from early morning 6.00 am onwards. The evening aarti will take place at 08.30 pm

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  • Photos: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja 2017 in Mumbai

    In 2017, the Lalbaugcha Raja is now in its 83rd year. Pic/mid-day reader

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The first look of Mumbai's Lalbaug Cha Raja is out and the murti is majestic. Take a look at the photos

 

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