The viral video shows a huge portrait of Lord Ganesha created on a field. The magnificent artwork, made by a group of men, has managed to grab the attention of several social media users and has garnered immense praise. Watch this video for more!
On September 12, the Ganesh Visarjan procession of one of Mumbai's most famous Ganesh idol - Lalbaugcha Raja started at morning from Lalbaug, Parel surrounded by thousands of people. The entire street was thronged by devotees to witness the iconic idol
Five people almost drowned at Girgaon Chowpatty after a boat flipped during the Ganesh Visarjan at Girgaon Chowpatty. All five were rescued by workers of the fire department and taken to Nair hospital for treatment. Among the injured was five-year-old Avani, Kajal Mayor (31), Adan Khan (15), Nilesh Bhoir (18), Anita (16). Nair Hospital informed that of the injured, Anita has been kept in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) but the five-year-old is stable now.
The city of Mumbai came alive with children performing gymnastics and women clad in traditional navaree sarees dancing. A look at some highlights... Video courtesy: Sameer Bhave
Mumbai gets ready for Ganesh festival . Video by: Milind Salvi, MiD DAY
Police have detained constable Pramod Tawde, the man who gave Raj Thackeray a rose.
After a massive show of strength at Mumbai's Girgaum Chowpatty, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray chose to drive and not march to Azad Maidan, where he is leading a protest against the recent violence at the ground that resulted in the death of two people. The MNS is highlighting what it calls the police's inept handling of that incident. Video courtesy: NDTV
Police have detained constable Shantaram Tawde, the man who gave Raj Thackeray a rose. Video courtesy: NDTV
Mumbaikars are bracing for huge traffic jams around Azad Maidan in South Mumbai today with Raj Thackeray's Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) all set to begin a protest march against the recent violence at the city's Azad Maidan that resulted in the death of two people. Video courtesy: NDTV
Set up a few months after Independence, Prakash Dugdha Mandir, purveyor of milky tea and crispy sago vadas remains unchanged. Even as the third generation owners contemplate taking the South Mumbai and Dadar snack stall to the suburbs by the year-end, the recipe, menu, tea and sweets still follow the meticulous brief laid down by their grandfather, 65 years ago. Story By - Dhamini Ratnam,MiD-DAY Video By - Bhupesh Sharma/Milind salvi,MiD-DAY