This year people are not able to celebrate the Ganpati festival like they used to celebrate before. Due to Corona people have to stay at their home and the people who bring Ganpati Bappa are not able to celebrate the festival with their long-distance relatives. And this year people are advised by the government to do the Ganpati Visarjan at their home or nearby artificial pond only.
Yesterday actor Subodh Bhave shared an IGTV video of his Bappa’s visarjan.
In this video, we can see Subodh doing visarjan with his family at his place. His family did the visarjan in a bucket of water as the government has asked everyone to do so. Subodh also asked Dr. Ravindra Shisve, Pune’s Joint Commissioner of Police to attend his Bappa’s visarjan.
Subodh said that he brings Bappa every year for one and a half days. Like everyone else, he and his family cherish Bappa’s arrival. He gave a message to everyone through this video that everyone should celebrate this festival while taking precautions for corona. He also asked Dr. Shisve to say a few things about the guidelines that are given by the government.
Dr. Shisve said that everyone should take precautions and do the visarjan at their home only. While celebrating the festival we shouldn’t forget that we are still facing the pandemic and for the safety of ourselves and our family we should celebrate this Ganesh Chaturthi at home only. He also said that he is asking celebrities like Subodh Bhave who have influence over people to inform people about the guidelines for visarjan. And he is glad that Subodh is spreading awareness.
In the end, Subodh asked all the Punekars and everyone to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi in the way suggested by the government. And he said we shouldn’t worry because next year for sure Bappa will be back with a bigger celebration and more blessings for everyone.
Image source: instagram/subodhbhave
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