Tuesday, September 7, 2010

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Finishing touches being given to the idol of Lord Ganesh whose festival will start on 11sep10.
This is in one of the workshops in Kalina, Mumbai.
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35 comments:

  1. What an incredible capture! Fantastic!

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  2. Wonderful photo! I would love to see the festival!

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  3. Ganpati Bappa Morya ! Awesome !

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  4. what a beautiful deity. very colourful and appealing shot.

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  5. magnifique cette statue de Ganesh.

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  6. What a great shot! Looking forward to hearing more about this festival.

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  7. beautifully clicked colourful ganesha.
    http://pratibhameanstalent.blogspot.com/

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  8. nice colours ! ganpati bappa ..morya !!

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  9. Thank you for sharing this beautiful photo

    Have a nice week,
    Greetings, Bram

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    Seen on My World Tuesday

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  10. Wow! That's some incredibly elaborate work. Seems like this just happened only a few weeks ago... has it really been a year already?

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  11. Another festival? I love your city.

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  12. Brilliant picture! Brings back memories of the festival times when I was in Pune!

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  13. Now that's what I call a really big Ganesha! I have a wood carved Ganesha in my office which I bought in Bangalore!

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  14. Outstanding picture, she is doing such a lovely artwork with that painting!
    Léia

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  15. I'm learning more and more everyday. There is so much to learn in the world and thanks for sharing your post.

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  16. the amount of detail in this statue is amazing
    fantastic photo

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  17. Enjoy the festival - with Lord Ganesh, it is always going to be fun!

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  18. Very Interesting!
    Thank You!

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  19. i kept looking at the picture of Ganpati , it was so lively. beautiful capture.

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  20. Oh my god! Fascinating! Colorful. Striking! Amazing! Look at that nail polish!

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  21. Loved the pic deepka ji.. but there is a downside also to this the VISARJAN.. something needs to be thought on that part also.. making the sea so polluted Jsut a thought

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  22. @Bikramjit... very true. now the people are being educated on the ills of such action and are encouraged to use eco friendly idols made of clay and water colors used instead of oil based paint. also there are artificial ponds being created by the municipal corporation where smaller idols can be immersed.

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