Ganesh Chaturthi, also called Vinayak Chaturthi, is a Hindu festival which respects Lord Ganesha. The ten-day festival, this Hindu Luni-solar calendar month starts on the fourth day of Bhadrapad, which usually falls in the Gregorian months of August or September. Festivals are set up in public for establishing Ganesh idol idols, or on publicly expanded pandals. The observation involves chanting Hindu texts such as Vedic hymns and Ganapati Upanishads, prayers and fasting. With daily prayers, Prasad and Prasad, which are distributed from Pandal to the community, are considered to be the favorites of sweet-headed goddess like sweet elephant.

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The festival ends on the tenth day, in which the statue takes place in a public procession with music and group, then immersed in nearby water bodies like river or ocean, the idol of the soil is dissolved and Ganesh is on the mountain of Kailas Parvati and Shiva are believed to return.

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