Clay Ganesh Immersion: The importance of clay Ganesh Immersion as part of environmental conservation is increasing day by day. In the past, huge idols made of plaster of faeries were installed. By immersing these in the rivers, the dyes would contaminate the water. As a result, governments and voluntary organizations have started an effort for several years to use clay idols. All in all slowly clay idols started to be used in place of huge plaster of paris idols. However, tall idols made of clay were installed in many places this year.
A 28-feet clay idol was made and installed there by the Srivinayak Youth Association of Kuthbullapur Circle Suraram Colony. The organizers immersed Ganapayya, who had been worshiped for 13 days, in an innovative way.
The statue of Matti Ganasadhu was anointed with Panchamrita and diluted with water at the place where Ganga Puja was performed. After the immersion, the soil and grass used for making the idol will be used as organic fertilizers in the fields, the administrators said.
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