Ganesh Chaturthi 2023: Here Are Five Easy And Creative Ideas To Decorate Your Ganpati Idol At Home-READ BELOW

Here are some innovative, eye-catching ideas that would make your Ganpati idol stand out from the rest

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Ganesh Chaturthi 2023: Here Are Five Easy And Creative Ideas To Decorate Your Ganpati Idol At Home-READ BELOW
Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most awaited festivals of the year and devotees are all set to welcome ‘Bappa’ on September 19. While the excitement around Bappa’s arrival is soaring the energy, enthusiasm, and excitement in the people around the country. 

While there are no set rules and regulations for the decorations when it comes to Ganesh Chaturthi, each one of us wants our idols and pandals to stand out. Here are some innovative, eye-catching ideas that would make your Ganpati idol stand out from the rest.

FLOWER HOUSE

Well, using shimmering ornaments and articles might be a great idea for decoration, but using natural and organic articles is the best way to go. Glam up your Ganpati pandal with Ganesha’s favourite Marigold flowers.

Use flower garlands to decorate the walls and bells in the pandal. You can also add a splash of colours to your decoration by adding flower pots from your own garden.


LIGHTING IT UP

The most affordable and convenient way to spruce up your Ganesh pandal is through LEDs. Several sizes, shapes and colours of LED lights are easily available in the market nowadays. You can obviously use your creative instincts to make your pandal look vibrant and colourful.

ECO-FRIENDLY DECORATION

Ganesh Utsav is indeed the best time to socialize. You can impress the crowd, by decorating the idol beautifully which would also send across a beautiful social message. You can go for an eco-friendly theme and use recyclable or biodegradable products to decorate your pandal. 

GO TRADITIONAL

As Lokmanya Tilak started off this festival in Maharashtra, you can keep the essence of the roots of the festival intact by giving your decoration a Maharashtrian touch. Use colourful torans, whirling wheels, lamps and flowers to decorate your pandal in a typical Maharashtrian style.


COTTON CLOUDS ABODE

You can decorate your pandal as a virtual heaven for your Ganesha to make him feel at home. Use white and blue-coloured cotton to make artificial clouds and hang them from the ceiling using thread or spread them on the floor.

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