Ganesha Immersion 2011-Photo essay
An organic ganesha, kept by a family, for its worship, before it is handed over to the immersion ground crew for its final journey. Organic ganeshas have been catching up, with lot of awareness of toxic waste and the impact these ganesha's immersed in our lakes make. Organic ganeshas are environmental friendly, so you can be rest assured that your celebration, is doing no harm to anyone down the line.
A crew member, who works on the ganeshas to be loaded in the crain, looks on. The bigger ganeshas are put together, in a waiting area. Once the load is ready for the crain, the ganeshas are lifted on a platform and then immersed into the water. The activity over the years, by bringing in these control, has become very neat. The individual devotees are not allowed to enter the water bed, hence maintains lot of cleanliness, and everything happens in a controlled manner.