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Lalbaugcha Raja 2015 Pictures and Videos or King of Lalbaug 2015 Pictures – Ganesh Chaturthi 2015 Mumbai

LalbaugchaRaja 2015 Official Picture

LalbaugchaRaja 2015 Official Picture

About Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal:

Located at Lalbaug market, Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the oldest sarvajanik (public) Ganesh festivals of Mumbai established in 1934.

During the pre-Independence era, the festival was used as a platform by the prominent leaders to generate opinion against the British empire.

All those devoties who visit LALBAUG cha RAJA every Ganesh Utsav or believe in him. Each idol is atleast 20-30ft high and this community will bring us closer to LALBAUG cha RAJA…

First Look Of Lalbaugcha Raja 2015

Lalbaugcha Raja 2015 Pictures and Videos Live Darshan :

Lalbaugcharaja Opening Ceremony 2015

Lalbaugcha Raja ganesh utsav 2015 will be innuagrated on Thursday 17th September 2015, early morning 4.00 AM by the Mandal’s President Mr. Ashok Maruti Pawar. The same will be further followed by Pratishthapana Puja. Post the Puja, Lalbaugcha Raja 2015 darshan will be opened to all the devotees from early morning 6.00 AM onwards and the Lalbaugcha Raja souvenir for 2015 will be published. The Morning aarti will take place at 12.30 PM, by the Mandal’s President Mr. Ashok Maruti Pawar. The Evening aarti will take place at 08.30 PM. The Jagran for the first night will be managed by Udhyanand Seva Mandal.

Lalbaugcha Raja 2015 darshan for all the devotees :

Will be available for 24 hours from early morning 6.00 AM, Thursday – 17th September 2015 onwards to Sunday – 27th September 2015

Lalbaugcha Raja 2015 Navas Darshan :

Will be available for 24 hours from early morning 6.00 AM, Thursday – 17th September 2015 onwards The darshan will be closed on Saturday – 25th Sept 2015, midnite 12.00 PM.

Lalbaugcha Raja 2015 Mukh Darshan :

Will be available for 24 hours from early morning 6.00 AM, Thursday – 17th September 2015 onwards The darshan will be closed on Saturday- 26th Sept 2015, midnite 12.00 PM.

Source : Official website : Click For Official Website of Lalbaugcha Raja 2015

Mumbaicha Raja @ Ganesh Galli, Parel

This one is considered as the oldest Ganpati Pandal in the city as it started the tradition in the late 1920s.

Girgaoncha Raja @ Girgaon Chowpatty:

It’s the tallest, eco-friendly idol made of clay. Unlike the regular idols which are made out of Plaster of Paris, this idol is made of Shadu clay, a special type imported from West Bengal.

GSB Samaj Ganeshotsav @ Ram Mandir, Wadala

The richest Ganesh idol in the city because of the huge quantity of gold used to adorn the idol along with a 22 karat gold-plated throne and precious jewels. The Goud Saraswat Brahmin Samaj started the festival in 1955.

Khetwadi Ganraj @ 12th Lane Khetwadi, Girgaum

This Ganesh pandal has won several awards and is considered to be one of the most spectacular Ganesh idols in the city.

Andhericha Raja @ Veera Desai Road, Azad Nagar, Andheri (W)

Every year this Ganpati Pandal replicates themes and people specially visit the pandal to see them.

Lalbaugcha Raja 2012 Pictures and Videos or King of Lalbaug 2012 Pictures – Ganesh Chaturthi 2012 Mumbai

About Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal:

  • Location: GD Ambedkar Road, Lalbaug (central Mumbai).
  • Nearest Railway Station: Walking distance from Lower Parel, Curry Road, and Chinchpolki stations.
  • Waiting Time: Can be 20 hours or more in the navas line. General line takes around five hours.
  • When to Visit: It’s open around the clock. However, the busiest time is in the evening until midnight.

Located at Lalbaug market, Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the oldest sarvajanik (public) Ganesh festivals of Mumbai established in 1934.

During the pre-Independence era, the festival was used as a platform by the prominent leaders to generate opinion against the British empire.

All those devoties who visit LALBAUG cha RAJA every Ganesh Utsav or believe in him. Each idol is atleast 20-30ft high and this community will bring us closer to LALBAUG cha RAJA…

Lalbaugcha Raja 2012 Pictures and Videos:

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The Mandal was established prior to Independence along with being religious, as per the inspiration and teaches of Lokmanya Tilak. The aim of the mandal was to create awakening among the Indians to fight for freedom from the British Rule.

“LALBAUGCHA RAJA (The Emperor of Lalbaug)” is name of the popular Ganesh Idol of “LALBAUGCHA RAJA SARVAJANIK GANESHOTSAV MANDAL”. The Mandal, formerly known as “SARVAJANIK GANESHOTSAV MANDAL LALBAUG” was founded in the year 1934, because of a vow (NAVAS) for construction of the present Lalbaug Market at its existing place. The market place at Peru Chawl was shut down in 1932.

Hence, the fishermen and vendors who used to sit in the open place vowed to Lord Ganesh for permanent place for their market. With the consistent efforts & support of the then local Councillor-Late Shri. Kuwarji Jethabhai Shah, Dr. V. B. Korgaonkar, Shri.Nakhawa Kokam Mama, Bhausaheb Shinde, Dr.U.A. Rao and the local residents, the landlord Rajabai Tayyabali agreed to give a plot for construction of a market. As fulfillment of their wish, the fisherman and the traders established the Ganesh Idol on 12.09.1934. The idol was dressed in the customary fashion of fisherman. Since that day onwards, this Lord Ganesh has become popular as it fulfills the wishes of devotees.

Lalbaugcha Raja is truly a King in all respects and it pays to seek his audience.

A mere glance of the deity which is labeled as mukh darshantakes about two-and-a-half-hours wait in the queue during weekdays and eight to nine hours during weekends.

The Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Pictures and The Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Videos and The Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Date

Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Date:

  • Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Date Is September 11 Sunday

The festival of Lord Ganesha starts from Gaensh Chaturthi and ends with Ganesh Visarjan date is 11th of September 2011, Sunday. Ganesh Utsav the celebration of Ganesh Jayanti or Vinayak Chaturthi.

The Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Routes and Timing:

The VISARJAN procession of the Lalbaugcha Raja will start at 10:00 AM on 11th September 2011 from Lalbaug market. In order to make the arrangements for the VISARJAN procession, no devotee will be allowed to stand in the NAVAS line after 10pm of 9 September 2011. And similarly the MUKH DARSHAN line of the Lalbaugcha Raja will not be available after 00:00 hrs of 11 September 2011 The VISARJAN procession will take the traditional route i.e. Lalbaug, Bharat Mata theatre, Lalbaug, Sane Guruji Marg, Byculla Rly. station (w), Clare Road, Nagpada, Dunkan Road, Don Taki, Sant Sena Maharaj Marg (Kumbharwada), Suthar Gully, Madhav Baug, C.P. Tank, V.P. Road, Opera House, Girgaon Chowpati. (ref: lalbaugcharaja.in)

About Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal:

  • Location: GD Ambedkar Road, Lalbaug (central Mumbai).
  • Nearest Railway Station: Walking distance from Lower Parel, Curry Road, and Chinchpolki stations.
  • Waiting Time: Can be 20 hours or more in the navas line. General line takes around five hours.
  • When to Visit: It’s open around the clock. However, the busiest time is in the evening until midnight.

Located at Lalbaug market, Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the oldest sarvajanik (public) Ganesh festivals of Mumbai established in 1934.

During the pre-Independence era, the festival was used as a platform by the prominent leaders to generate opinion against the British empire.

All those devoties who visit LALBAUG cha RAJA every Ganesh Utsav or believe in him. Each idol is atleast 20-30ft high and this community will bring us closer to LALBAUG cha RAJA…

The Mandal was established prior to Independence along with being religious, as per the inspiration and teaches of Lokmanya Tilak. The aim of the mandal was to create awakening among the Indians to fight for freedom from the British Rule.

Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Pictures: (click on image to view it in zoom)

Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Videos:

The Lalbaugcha Raja or King of Lalbaug Picture Ganesh Chaturthi 2011

About Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal:

  • Location: GD Ambedkar Road, Lalbaug (central Mumbai).
  • Nearest Railway Station: Walking distance from Lower Parel, Curry Road, and Chinchpolki stations.
  • Waiting Time: Can be 20 hours or more in the navas line. General line takes around five hours.
  • When to Visit: It’s open around the clock. However, the busiest time is in the evening until midnight.

Located at Lalbaug market, Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the oldest sarvajanik (public) Ganesh festivals of Mumbai established in 1934.

During the pre-Independence era, the festival was used as a platform by the prominent leaders to generate opinion against the British empire.

All those devoties who visit LALBAUG cha RAJA every Ganesh Utsav or believe in him. Each idol is atleast 20-30ft high and this community will bring us closer to LALBAUG cha RAJA…

The Mandal was established prior to Independence along with being religious, as per the inspiration and teaches of Lokmanya Tilak. The aim of the mandal was to create awakening among the Indians to fight for freedom from the British Rule.

“LALBAUGCHA RAJA (The Emperor of Lalbaug)” is name of the popular Ganesh Idol of “LALBAUGCHA RAJA SARVAJANIK GANESHOTSAV MANDAL”. The Mandal, formerly known as “SARVAJANIK GANESHOTSAV MANDAL LALBAUG” was founded in the year 1934, because of a vow (NAVAS) for construction of the present Lalbaug Market at its existing place. The market place at Peru Chawl was shut down in 1932.

Hence, the fishermen and vendors who used to sit in the open place vowed to Lord Ganesh for permanent place for their market. With the consistent efforts & support of the then local Councillor-Late Shri. Kuwarji Jethabhai Shah, Dr. V. B. Korgaonkar, Shri.Nakhawa Kokam Mama, Bhausaheb Shinde, Dr.U.A. Rao and the local residents, the landlord Rajabai Tayyabali agreed to give a plot for construction of a market. As fulfillment of their wish, the fisherman and the traders established the Ganesh Idol on 12.09.1934. The idol was dressed in the customary fashion of fisherman. Since that day onwards, this Lord Ganesh has become popular as it fulfills the wishes of devotees.

Lalbaugcha Raja is truly a King in all respects and it pays to seek his audience.

A mere glance of the deity which is labeled as mukh darshantakes about two-and-a-half-hours wait in the queue during weekdays and eight to nine hours during weekends.