Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi as its popularly called is one of the most awaited Hindu Festivals in India. It usually starts on the 4th day of Bhadrapada Month which usually falls under August- September of the English Calendar. This festival is usually celebrated for as short as 3 days up to as long as 11 days depending on people’s choice and devotion. Ideally, the festival embarks with installing of Ganesha idols at homes, colonies, public places offices etc. and worshipping the lord by offering prayers, chanting hymns, prasad etc. for the duration as wished by the worshippers. The festival is celebrated by welcoming Lord Ganesha to our places to help us start good new beginnings and remove obstacles from the life of devotees.
New Trend of Kite Flying During Ganesh Chaturthi
In olden days it used to be celebrated only in Northern parts of India mainly Maharashtra and Gujarat where people used to bring home a small clay idol at their homes and offer poojas in the morning and evening to the lord while serving him his favorite delicacies. Over the years the festival has become very popular with Southern states too and almost all the states now celebrate Ganesha Chaturthi with the same fervor and spirit. This festival has now become a magnificent affair with people installing huge Ganesh idols all throughout the cities made of various innovative materials and different styles of poses and posture for the lord. This trend has become vigorous all throughout India and every year people come up with Innovative ideas to celebrate this festival uniquely.
Since the festival duration is more than 2 -3 days people nowadays organize various types of programs like dance competitions, fancy dress, skit presentations etc. to have some entertainment post pooja and other rituals daily. So, we at FLY360 have come up with a unique concept to make this Ganesh Chaturthi a more rocking and unique one by flying kites. Yes, you read that right by flying kites, we always fly away our sorrows and pain into the sky and commence new beginnings of happiness and prosperity. As Ganesh Chaturthi is also a Festival where we request god to devour us of all pain and sorrows we can also urge him the same in a unique way by flying kites. We have a collection of huge designer kites which resemble Indian God and Goddess and have often flew them at various festivals and huge festive events that take place in various cities to attract the crowd and entertain the audience. We also have Ganesha kites for Ganesh Chaturthi which can make our festival/ Ganesh Chaturthi event even more exciting.
Flying kites is also way of sending our messages and wishes to the lord, so we can use this festival as an opportunity to send our wishes to god in form of kite flying and please the Lord in an innovative way. We at FLY360 can make this event of yours more exciting and fun-filled by our designer and custom design kites for the festival. We can also conduct a kite making workshop where we can engage kids mostly to make their own Ganesha face shaped kites for themselves and fly them to show their devotion to the god. This kite making workshop can be conducted in schools or huge colonies to evoke the spiritual importance of the festival and make kids interested to be a part of the festival in a very different way.
We not only cater to our services for day flying but also are into Night kite flying. Night flying is an innovative way to fly kites and it lights up the sky in a unique way. On any day of Ganesh Chaturthi, you can set up a night kite flying event for your pandal where our team of expert flyers will put up a magnificent show of LED kites which will light up your Pandal’s beauty too. Kite flying can be also done on a welcoming day and the visarjan day as well to welcome and send off the lord in a unique way.
So, this Ganesh Chaturthi lets ’s all praise the lord and seek his blessings with kites and fulfill our wishes. If you are looking for something unique and creative this Ganesh Chaturthi then get in touch with us today and we will make this festival a memorable one together.
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