Festivities – Greenwood Acres Campground http://greenwoodacrescampground.net/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 08:49:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T160707.015.png Festivities – Greenwood Acres Campground http://greenwoodacrescampground.net/ 32 32 Saturday Quaker Day festivities in Richmond Saturday | News, Sports, Jobs https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/saturday-quaker-day-festivities-in-richmond-saturday-news-sports-jobs/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 05:59:47 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/saturday-quaker-day-festivities-in-richmond-saturday-news-sports-jobs/ AND THE WINNER IS… – The Richmond Community Historical Society’s August meeting included not only finalizing plans for the annual Quaker Day festivities scheduled for Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., but also drawing a Richmond pottery, which was won by Jennie Conklin of Steubenville. The museum’s last two summer open […]]]>

AND THE WINNER IS… – The Richmond Community Historical Society’s August meeting included not only finalizing plans for the annual Quaker Day festivities scheduled for Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., but also drawing a Richmond pottery, which was won by Jennie Conklin of Steubenville. The museum’s last two summer open days allowed visitors to put their name on the drawing. With the pot are Sandy Judy, secretary of the historical society, and Phil Judy, president. — Janice Kiaski

RICHMOND – Vegetable soup and cobblers, vendors, performances and a historic village museum open to visitors combine to make Saturday a tradition of Quaker Day festivities sponsored by the Richmond Community Historical Society.

Quaker Day runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Crew House Museum located at 34 W. Main St., Richmond, and surrounding areas.

The annual attraction is the historical society’s main fundraiser, which will include hot pot vegetable soup, $5 a liter and a bowl donation; tastes of house cobblers, by donation; McConnell’s Pumpkins; live entertainment; Grafton’s Honey Products; a bake sale hosted by the women of the Richmond United Presbyterian Church; Woodland Trails moms; and the Richmond Lions Club, which will sell food.

Joan Farchione McGlone of Richmond will have copies of her book, “The House on Seventh Street”, available for signature and purchase.

The Crew House Museum will be open to visitors and includes a variety of memorabilia about the village as well as an extensive display of school items from Jefferson Union High School in the upstairs JU memorabilia area. There is no admission to the museum, but donations are appreciated.

The historical society will have a variety of items for sale, including Richmond history books, $10; Crew House Note Cards, $7; Crew House Christmas ornaments, $6; Jefferson Union Nutcracker Ornaments, $5; “Richmond” pottery, including mugs for $12 and salt pots for $20.

For more information about Quaker Day or the historical society, contact Phil Judy, president of the historical society, at (740) 765-4534. Quaker Day helps raise funds to maintain the museum.



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Families enjoy fun festivities at this year’s annual Caseville PumpkinFest https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/families-enjoy-fun-festivities-at-this-years-annual-caseville-pumpkinfest/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 20:22:31 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/families-enjoy-fun-festivities-at-this-years-annual-caseville-pumpkinfest/ Shawn Robinson, personal writer September 17, 2022 This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate 1of32 Excitement for PumpkinFest was on display this year as families and friends gathered to enjoy a day of great weather. Shawn Robinson/Huron Daily TribuneShow moreShow less 2of32 Excitement for PumpkinFest was on display this year […]]]>

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The annual Caseville PumpkinFest is a time to have fun with the community and loved ones, with a number of activities and fun for all.

The festival will last all weekend, with a program of events for all children, adults and grandparents. Families dove into the popular Scarecrow decorating contest while other kids put on their drawing caps for the Sidewalk Chalk contest.

The Caseville Historical Society’s annual car show was also held today, featuring many vintage and classic cars. From Ford Mustangs to classic Dodge pickup trucks, there was something for everyone in attendance to experience and see.

Sunday’s events will include a cornhole tournament, Music in the Park, a pumpkin pie eating contest and a candy scavenger hunt. For event times and locations, visit the Caseville Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook page or website.

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Oktoberfest Brings Bavarian Festivities to Sierra Vista | Sierra Vista https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/oktoberfest-brings-bavarian-festivities-to-sierra-vista-sierra-vista/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 20:47:00 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/oktoberfest-brings-bavarian-festivities-to-sierra-vista-sierra-vista/ Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, People’s Republic […]]]>

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Guadalupe Marks Mexico’s Independence Day with Parade and Festivities | Local News https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/guadalupe-marks-mexicos-independence-day-with-parade-and-festivities-local-news/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 01:00:00 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/guadalupe-marks-mexicos-independence-day-with-parade-and-festivities-local-news/ Guadalupe celebrates Mexican Independence Day with a parade, festivities on Sunday. Marcela Toledo, Contributor The 99th Mexican Independence Parade in Guadalupe took place on Sunday, a traditional procession along Guadalupe Street that is ingrained in the hearts of the people of this small town. Mexican independence began on the night of September 15, […]]]>

Guadalupe celebrates Mexican Independence Day with a parade, festivities on Sunday.



The 99th Mexican Independence Parade in Guadalupe took place on Sunday, a traditional procession along Guadalupe Street that is ingrained in the hearts of the people of this small town.

Mexican independence began on the night of September 15, 1810, when priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla held up a banner of the Virgin of Guadalupe and joined the fight against the Spaniards, who had colonized Mexico from 1535.

In Mexico, the celebration begins with “El Grito”—the president or chief authority shouts, waving the Mexican flag like a bell rings: “Mexicans! Long live national independence! Long live the heroes who gave us Homeland and Freedom! Long live Hidalgo! Long live Morelos! Long live Allende! Long live Corregidora! Long live Aldama! Long live Guerrero!






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Mounted horsemen ride along Guadalupe Street on Sunday as part of Mexico’s Independence Day Parade in Guadalupe.




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Excepten und Spiel Parade of Johnsburg, the festivities planned for this weekend – Shaw Local https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/excepten-und-spiel-parade-of-johnsburg-the-festivities-planned-for-this-weekend-shaw-local/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 23:00:00 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/excepten-und-spiel-parade-of-johnsburg-the-festivities-planned-for-this-weekend-shaw-local/ It’s all about drinking and gambling on Sundays at the annual Johnsburg Excepten und Spiel Parade. The name of the parade in German means exactly that: drink and play. It also pays homage to the city’s German roots, said event chairman Jim Barrett. For 50 years, the Johnsburg Community Club has hosted the Saven und […]]]>

It’s all about drinking and gambling on Sundays at the annual Johnsburg Excepten und Spiel Parade.

The name of the parade in German means exactly that: drink and play. It also pays homage to the city’s German roots, said event chairman Jim Barrett.

For 50 years, the Johnsburg Community Club has hosted the Saven und Spiel Parade and associated events. This year marks the 51st annual event for a club that has been around for 101 years.

It was created in the 1920s to help Johnsburg find new opportunities to receive taxpayer money for better village infrastructure, he said.

The club is credited with raising $150,000 in the 1930s to replace a bridge across the Fox River. In today’s dollars, that’s about $2.6 million.

Money raised by the club from the parade and weekend events once again goes back into the community.

These funds, about $30,000 a year, go to “a number of different organizations in the city: sports, athletics in our schools, independent sports organizations,” Barrett said.

The weekend events, for which there is no entry fee, begin Friday at the Johnsburg Community Club’s Fest Grounds, 2315 Church St.

The black light bean bag tournament begins at 5 p.m. Friday. The panel is striped with reflective tape and the bags glow in the dark, Barrett said.

Up to 48 two-person teams can enter the Double Elimination Sack Tournament. Sponsored by the Johnsburg Community Men’s Club, there is an entry fee of $15 per person. Food and drinks are available for sale.

The Johnsburg Lions Club is sponsoring Saturday’s events. Three bands will perform starting at 5 p.m. Food and beverages will be on sale on the festival grounds.

One of Saturday’s highlights is the glockenspiel, a life-size cuckoo clock. German artists dance to traditional music with axes, Barrett said. The performance acknowledges the event’s German history, noting “it’s comedic and draws the whole crowd there,” he said.

A more recent event is the Mug Holding Contest. Added last year, participants compete to see who can hold a mug of beer the longest.

It was sort of a last-minute addition in 2021 when six men were invited to take the stage and hold a mug, Barrett said. As they waited for them to finish, a group of women lined up for their shot. There will be men’s and women’s categories this year, he said.

“The winner gets their glass and drinks free for the rest of the day,” Barrett said.

On Sundays, the parade departs at noon from Johnsburg Village Hall, 1515 Channel Beach Ave., east on Lakeview Street, then south on Riverview Drive to Channel Beach Avenue, ending at the Fest Grounds.

Bands will begin playing around 1:30 p.m. with food and drink available for purchase. For kids, there are a variety of inflatable features — wristbands for these are $10 each.

At 4 p.m. Sunday the cattle will be released for the annual Cow Drop. Participants buy a $10 ticket and receive a random square number. The cows are parked on a field with drawn squares. The owners of the first three squares where a cow deposits her manure receive a cash prize.

For more information, visit johnsburgcommunityclub.com.

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Stateline’s Labor Day festivities are back for the first time since the pandemic began https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/statelines-labor-day-festivities-are-back-for-the-first-time-since-the-pandemic-began/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 03:19:00 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/statelines-labor-day-festivities-are-back-for-the-first-time-since-the-pandemic-began/ ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) – Several annual Labor Day events are returning for the first time since the pandemic began two years ago. For many Stateliners, they believe this marks a time for the community to appreciate the opportunity to celebrate together. For Labor Day Parade participant Karen Johnson, Labor Day is about honoring the opportunities […]]]>

ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) – Several annual Labor Day events are returning for the first time since the pandemic began two years ago. For many Stateliners, they believe this marks a time for the community to appreciate the opportunity to celebrate together.

For Labor Day Parade participant Karen Johnson, Labor Day is about honoring the opportunities we have in America. These opportunities have come because workers in the labor movement have come together to fight for them.

“We’re in this together, we’re all in this together,” Johnson said. “We need a team to make everything work.”

This year in particular, Johnson says, is a reminder of just how important the word together, Labor Day, really is.

“We’ve been locked up for a long time,” Johnson said.

For the first time since the pandemic began more than two years ago, Johnson and his family watched union workers march in the annual Labor Day Parade in downtown Rockford on Monday morning. It was just one of many Stateline holiday traditions, which made their first comeback since 2019.

Sen. Steve Stadelman’s free youth basketball tournament, Hoop Stars, also rebounded for the first time in three years.

“I’m glad people are feeling more comfortable with COVID, getting back into the rhythm of things as far as activities go,” Sen. Steve Stadelman said.

Stadelman says it’s the eighth time he’s hosted the tournament, and it’s a time when he can get the kids together on their day off to play ball.

“I’m a basketball player, my kids are basketball players,” Stadelman said. “So I think we need to start a three-on-three basketball tournament on Labor Day for the kids.”

While Stadelman thinks the drop in attendance is due to the cancellations of the past two years, above all he’s happy to see the kids having fun together again.

“Kids from all over the community, from different parts of town, all come here to play basketball,” Stadelman said.

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9 Gourmet Modaks and Mithais That Will Sweeten Your Ganesh Chaturthi Festivities https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/9-gourmet-modaks-and-mithais-that-will-sweeten-your-ganesh-chaturthi-festivities/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 14:28:58 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/9-gourmet-modaks-and-mithais-that-will-sweeten-your-ganesh-chaturthi-festivities/ Also included are choco-modaks and gluten-free varieties. It is that time of year when the air is filled with the sweet and spicy scent of modak and other desserts and sweets that are special for Ganesh Chaturthi, and the air breathes in the incredible rhythm of the dhol which you cannot never resist. dance on. […]]]>
Also included are choco-modaks and gluten-free varieties.

It is that time of year when the air is filled with the sweet and spicy scent of modak and other desserts and sweets that are special for Ganesh Chaturthi, and the air breathes in the incredible rhythm of the dhol which you cannot never resist. dance on. Amidst this bustling and joyful season, here are some foodie brands giving us their best deals to add the missing wow factor to this festive season.

Artisanal Modaks from Patasa

It is a modak that will make Ganesh Chaturthi even more special.

They are created by the founder and baker, Palak Panchal. For artisan modaks, Palak Panchal experimented with traditional mithai and added a modern twist. Their “decadent box” consists of a variety of modaks, such as Nawabi modak, Choco caramel modak, all the way to Citrus modak – they have it all. Modaks not only look appetizing, they also taste divine. The brand guarantees the use of the best quality products and home delivery.

Buy it here: https://www.instagram.com/patasaofficial/

Or call: 9920787789

Blue Gourmet Limited Edition Modaks

Blue Gourmet Modaks are limited editions and unlimited fun!
Blue Gourmet modaks are limited edition and unlimited fun!

The Blue Gourmet brings enthusiasts and revelers their limited-edition artisan modaks, which are the perfect gift option. Modak candies are an innovative combination of flavors inspired by Indian flavor profiles. Handcrafted and available in four unique flavors such as Paan, Coconut Jaggery, Hazelnut and Salted Caramel.

Buy it here: Out of The Blue, 14, Union Park Rd Number 4, Khar, Union Park, W, Mumbai.

Or log on: https://www.thebluegourmet.com/

Instagram: @thebluegourmetindia

Betel Leaf Co’s Innovative Pans

Ganesh chaturthi paan?  Sure why not!
Ganesh Chaturthi paan? Sure why not!

The Betel Leaf Co., India’s leading brand of paan, delivers healthy, tobacco-free paan right to your doorstep. The brand has arranged a special Betel Indian Mithai Paan combo basket for Ganesh Chaturthi. The paans have flavors of some of the most popular Indian sweets such as Rasmalai, Rabadi, Kesar Pista and Malai Kulfi. An absolute delight for the end of the year celebrations.

Buy it here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebetelleafcoindia/?hl=en Website: https://thebetelleafco.com/

Prasadam from Naturals Ice Cream

Liven up ganesh chaturthi celebrations with modak ice cream.
Liven up Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations with modak ice cream.

With the arrival of Ganpati Bappa, India’s leading artisanal ice cream brand, Naturals Ice cream brings Prasadam – a delicious and unique flavor designed especially for Ganesh Chaturthi. Made with quality ingredients, namely milk, tender coconut, banana, kishmish or raisins and cardamom powder, it can be purchased in their single, double and family packs. Being a time sensitive spiciness, this amazing new flavor will only be available during the dynamic days of Ganesh Chaturthi.

Buy it here: at Naturals ice cream shops across India or order online from Swiggy, Zomato and Thrive.

NOTO Sugar Free Mithai

Noto brings a little fun with his own low calorie versions of ganesh chaturthi modak.
NOTO brings fun with its own low calorie, high flavor modak Ganesh Chaturthi versions.

The search for the perfect mouth-watering sugar-free mithai ends with NOTO! The ultimate traditional mithai indulgence that’s low in calories. The brand’s sweets are made only with fresh and natural ingredients, without artificial preservatives and therefore not only low in calories, but also suitable for diabetics. Some of their go-to mithais include motichoor ladoo, gulab jamun, mohanthal, rasgulla and their popular pedas malai.

Buy it here: in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore, or via www.eatnoto.com, Swiggy or Zomato.

The Westin Mumbai Modak Festival

Westin mumbai adds to the modak madness.
Westin Mumbai adds to the modak craze.

Westin Mumbai adds to the festive fervor of the city with its 11 assorted and mouthwatering modaks that are a must try! They are in beautiful flavors such as Chocolate, Toffee, Anjeer, Kaju, Pistachio, Rose, Malai, Kandi, Mawa, Coconut Jaggery, Motichoor and Fruit dry.

Buy it here: At the Westin Mumbai, Powai.

Modak kaju katli by Sassy Teaspoon

Sassy teaspoon's unique range of modaks.
Sassy Teaspoon’s unique range of modaks.

Sassy Teaspoon’s festive special offers a range of unique modaks, which are a mix of classics with a twist: Kesar peda, chocolate barfi and kaju katli.

Buy it here: At all Sassy Teaspoon outlets in Mumbai and Pune.

SMOOR choco-modaks

Smoor's version of modak love.
The SMOOR version of modak love.

SMOOR’s Heavenly Choco Modaks come in two amazing and delicious flavors: Pistachio Rose Choco Modak and Honey Almond Choco Modak.

YOGISATTVA’s guilt-free modak menu

Celebrate a guilt-free Ganesh Chaturthi with Yogisattva, India’s first plant-based whole food culinary academy and farm-to-fork cafe. Its vegan, gluten-free and refined sugar-free modak menu includes Vegan Coconut Modak, Vegan Besan Modak, Vegan Rose Besan Modak, Vegan Mawa Saffron Modak, Vegan Paan Modak and Vegan Chocolate Truffle Modak.

Buy here: Whatsapp or call: +91 9867455009

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3 modak recipes for a deliciously fun Ganesh Chaturthi

Improve Ganesh Chaturthi with chef Ranveer Brar x Hershey India’s modak recipes

One Chef, One Recipe: Aloe Vera sabzi by Executive Chef Megh Singh Rathore

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Andhra Pradesh: Kanaka Durga temple gearing up for 10-day Dasara festivities this year https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/andhra-pradesh-kanaka-durga-temple-gearing-up-for-10-day-dasara-festivities-this-year/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 15:42:00 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/andhra-pradesh-kanaka-durga-temple-gearing-up-for-10-day-dasara-festivities-this-year/ Temple plans to introduce ₹500 ticket for VIPs; ‘no quitting Bhavani Deeksha on top of Indrakeeladri during festival’ Temple plans to introduce ₹500 ticket for VIPs; ‘no quitting Bhavani Deeksha on top of Indrakeeladri during festival’ The Sri Durga Malleswara Swamyvarla Devasthanam is preparing to hold the 10-day Dasara festivities atop Indrakeeladi here from September […]]]>

Temple plans to introduce ₹500 ticket for VIPs; ‘no quitting Bhavani Deeksha on top of Indrakeeladri during festival’

Temple plans to introduce ₹500 ticket for VIPs; ‘no quitting Bhavani Deeksha on top of Indrakeeladri during festival’

The Sri Durga Malleswara Swamyvarla Devasthanam is preparing to hold the 10-day Dasara festivities atop Indrakeeladi here from September 26 to October 5 this year.

The festival had only been celebrated for nine days according to the Telugu Almanac the previous year.

Speaking to the media here on Thursday, Kanaka Durga Temple Chief Executive D. Bramaramba said the temple expects an attendance of around 10 lakh this year.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the festival had been a low-key affair for two years. But this year arrangements have been made based on the estimated number of pilgrims, she said.

The rush of ‘Bhavani Deeksh’ devotees was expected to continue for two more days after Dasara.

“Those devotees are requested to take note that there will be no arrangements to renounce deeksha during the festival. They will have to renounce deeksha at their respective places,” the EO clarified.

She said there would be no ‘antaralaya darshan’ during the festival. All other queues including ₹100, 300 and free darshan would continue as usual.

“We are planning to introduce ₹500 ticket for VIPs this year. A decision will be taken at a meeting on Friday. Other arrangements regarding queues, bath ghats, tonsure centers, service free bus station and prasadam counters will be in place as per previous year’s plan,” she said.

“The amount spent on conducting the festival in the previous year was ₹3 crore. This year, the expenditure is estimated to be around ₹4 crore as the allowance for lighting has been significantly increased,” she said.

Of the total expenditure, ₹2 crore would be spent on lighting, queuing and tonsure centers. “Revenue generated during the festival in the previous year was ₹11.5 crore. This year it is expected to touch ₹15 crore,” she added.

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Lalbaugcha Raja Darshan: History, Meaning and Faith; Ganeshotsav festivities begin https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/lalbaugcha-raja-darshan-history-meaning-and-faith-ganeshotsav-festivities-begin/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 04:50:00 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/lalbaugcha-raja-darshan-history-meaning-and-faith-ganeshotsav-festivities-begin/ Mumbai’s colorful and grand Ganesh Chaturthi celebration is commonly associated with ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’ or ‘King of Lalbaug’, also popularly called Navasacha Ganpati or wish-granting Ganesha. Every year Ganeshotsav festivities begin in Mumbai with the unveiling of the first look of ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’, located at Putlabai Chawl. Due to COVID-19 related restrictions in Maharashtra, the pandal […]]]>
Mumbai’s colorful and grand Ganesh Chaturthi celebration is commonly associated with ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’ or ‘King of Lalbaug’, also popularly called Navasacha Ganpati or wish-granting Ganesha.

Every year Ganeshotsav festivities begin in Mumbai with the unveiling of the first look of ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’, located at Putlabai Chawl. Due to COVID-19 related restrictions in Maharashtra, the pandal celebration has not been up to par for the past couple of years. But this time Mumbai is ready to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi in the traditional way and again the main attraction would be ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’


Story of Ganpati who grants wishes


The history of Mumbai—Lalbaug in Parel dates back to the 1900s, when the entire region was dominated by over 100 textile factories. It was because of these mills that this area was known locally as Girangaon or the ‘village of mills’. At the height of industrialization in the 1930s, the textile industry went through enormous changes and textile factories had to bear the brunt of it, affecting the lives and livelihoods of people who lived in the surrounding area.

As all hopes faded, locals turned to their favorite god Ganesha to help them through the tough times. Fortunately, the community managed to survive after obtaining a piece of land, which is currently known as Lalbaug Market. According to locals, it was the blessings of their favorite elephant-headed Ganesha that helped them survive these difficult times.

To pay homage to Ganesha, the community of Lalbaug decided to set aside part of the land for the celebration of Ganpati. The dedicated part of the land is also called Sarvajanik Ganesh Mandal (community celebration of the festival), where every year an idol of Lord Ganesha is established. Every year, the locals dress their favorite god in different robes and call him the “Raja” or the king of the locality.

Over the years, the scale and size of these celebrations have reached a grand scale and the pandals also compete with each other to show off their enormity and magnificence. Millions of people flock to Lalbaug to pay homage to the wish-granting Ganesha and one can see long queues, where people sometimes wait for over 40 hours to catch a glimpse of their favorite deity.


The first look of ‘Lalbaugcha Raja’

When is Ganesh Chaturthi in India in 2022?

Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations will begin on August 31 and end on September 9. It is also called Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi. This festival is highly anticipated and celebrated all over India. It is one of those grand and elebratore Hindu festivals that takes place over 10 days. Apart from grand celebrations in pandals in many states, devotees also bring idols of Ganesh to their homes to worship him.


How is Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated?


The celebration begins with bringing an idol of Lord Ganesha to homes or pandals and then worshiped for 10 days. On the 11th day, these idols are taken for a grand visarjan or immersion in a body of water with a colorful procession. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on a large scale in the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu.

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Ring in the festivities with accessories inspired by Lord Ganesha https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/ring-in-the-festivities-with-accessories-inspired-by-lord-ganesha/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 07:18:00 +0000 https://greenwoodacrescampground.net/ring-in-the-festivities-with-accessories-inspired-by-lord-ganesha/ With Ganesh Chaturthi just around the corner, spruce up your party outfit with Lord Ganesha inspired accessories. With celebrations starting August 31st2022, ring in the festivities with stylish prints and patterns inspired by the elephant-headed deity. Accessorize your festive wardrobe with a chic shoulder bag or original earrings adorning the Ganesha/Elephant motif. Over the years, […]]]>

With Ganesh Chaturthi just around the corner, spruce up your party outfit with Lord Ganesha inspired accessories. With celebrations starting August 31st2022, ring in the festivities with stylish prints and patterns inspired by the elephant-headed deity.

Accessorize your festive wardrobe with a chic shoulder bag or original earrings adorning the Ganesha/Elephant motif. Over the years, prints and designs have evolved with more and more brands and labels experimenting with contemporary ways to include divinity in their creations.

This festive season, welcome the elephant god into your wardrobe with fun, quirky and colorful accessories. Here are some stylish accessories that you can adorn with your festive clothes or gift to your loved ones during Ganesh Utsav.

GANESHA IDOL EARRINGS:

Add a splash of color to your festive outfits with these colorful Ganesha earrings.

Elevate your festive outfits with these multicolored Ganesha beaded earrings from local brand A Little Extra. The design features Ganpati seated on a lotus flower and created using several handcrafted beads on felt. The burst of color to add your party outfit, pair these earrings with a kurta or anarkali ensemble.

BAPPA KEY RING:

Ganesha keychain.
Give your key ring an elegant look with an original Ganesha key ring.

Give Bappa an original touch with these adorable Ganesha caricature keyrings. Designed by Graphicurry’s Prasad Bhat, the beautiful artwork features the idol on her throne and makes a perfect gift for all ages and occasions. The vibrant caricature of our favorite idol comes on an acrylic stand with a stainless steel chain.

ELEPHANT EMBROIDERED CROSSBODY BAG:

Store your favorite accessories in a shoulder bag adorned with an embroidered elephant.
Store your favorite accessories in a shoulder bag adorned with an embroidered elephant.

Treat yourself or your loved ones to an ethnic shoulder bag embroidered with elephants this festive season. Celebrate Lord Ganesha in this beautiful ornate, threaded bag designed by Peeperly. The PU leather shoulder bag features colorful butterfly prints on the shoulder strap.

HATHI TIES:

Be the soul of the party with ties adorned with colorful elephant designs.
Be the soul of the party with ties adorned with colorful elephant designs.

Working through the festive season, show your love for your favorite idol with elephant pattern ties. Tossido celebrates the elephant which is considered the living embodiment of Ganesha. Add this fun tie to your wardrobe and pair it with a crisp white shirt and denim pants.

ELEPHANT NECKLACE:

Oxidized Choker
The oxidized choker with multiple elephant motifs makes it a superb piece of jewelery for the end of the year celebrations.

The elephant pattern engraved on both sides of the oxidized necklace can be adorned on a saree, kurta or Indo-Western outfits during the festive season. Crafted from German silver, the necklace designed by Miraya Boutique features an adjustable cotton cord and can be worn as a choker or a long hanging necklace. Each piece of this choker is reusable and can be made into different jewelry such as a unique piece pendant or a bracelet or even a kamarbandh.

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