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Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in almost each and every household of Maharashtra, with great faith and belief, for around ten days.
The celebrations take place at both individual and community level.
Huge pandals are set up and the idol of Ganesha is worshipped by the entire community together, with pomp and show.
Various cultural events are also organized during these ten days.The celebration ends on the tenth day, when all the people go to the river or sea, to immerse the idol.
In Karnataka, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with prayers offered to Gauri, the mother of Lord Ganesh. The married women pray to Goddess Gauri, to get blessings for long lasting married life.
In Ahmedabad, the capital city of Gujarat, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great pomp and show. Offerings are made to Lord Ganesh at numerous temples.
Elaborate arrangements are made for lighting and decoration and Ganeshji is fervently worshipped for about 7-10 days.
On the day of the Chaturthi, i.e. the last of the ten days dedicated to God, idols are immersed at river Sabarmati and Kankaria Lake.
Firecrackers are let off and huge images of Ganeshji are carried in grand procession for 'Ganesh Visarjan' (immersion), accompanied by the sound of devotional songs and drums.
In Rajasthan, on Ganesh Chaturthi, an image of Ganesh is bathed in kumkum and a garland of red flowers is put on the idol, placed by many households right outside their entrance.
A small thaal, with haldi and kumkum, is also placed at the entrance, so that the visiting people take a pinch of each and put it on their foreheads and throat.
Ladoos are usually kept in the house, to be first offered to Ganeshji and then distributed as prasad to the devotees.