Ganesh Chathurthi celebrated in a novel wayNormally the Ganesh Chathurthi is celebrated by buying idols made of clay for house pooja and biggest size plaster of paris idols are installed in the roadsides by collecting funds from public and bigshots. After the pooja the idols are made immersed in ocean or nearby rivers by taking into a procession. This is in practice in all over India. The same makes problem also in some areas.
But in a small city near Tuticorin, Tamilnadu the youngsters collectively arranged for a huge flex board of Sri Ganesh Picuture and kept in the road with pooja materials for three days. The picture was really painted in a great manner attraction to eyes. After the pooja is over after three days, when others are taking the idols for immersion, these youngsters removed by scrolling the flex sheet in the presence of public and kept in a chief person's custody for next year pooja.
This is very novel and not disturbing anybody and away from pollution etc.,
Everybody appreciated the approach of youngsters.