Ganeshotsav 2020 Guidelines Marathi PDF
The Maharashtra government made it mandatory for all ‘mandals’ to take prior permission from the concerned municipality or local authority for Ganeshotsav celebrations. The government has also capped the maximum idol height at 4 feet. The home department has issued detailed guidelines for the organisers keeping in mind the coronavirus pandemic situation in the state.
The government has directed that even the idols installed at home can not be taller than two feet. It also advised Ganesh Mandals to postpone the immersion of idols. The ten-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival, during which `Sarvajanik Mandals’ install idols in roadside pandals will begin from August 22.
The mandals have been asked to consider immersion of idols during the Maghi Ganesh Chaturthi which falls in February or during the next year’s Ganesh Chaturthi festival. The state government has also urged people to use metal or marble Ganesh idols at home. If clay idols are installed, they should be immersed at home or in nearby artificial ponds.
he government has said that processions to mark arrival and immersion of idols will not be allowed as it attracts crowed. It also said that there should be no crowds during daily `aarti’ and noise pollution norms must be followed.
Download the Ganeshotsav 2020 Guidelines in PDF format from the link given below.