Everywhere Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations happens with utmost serenity and devotion we spent thousands of rupees in preparing big banners flexis. We spend lots of rupees making Ganesh Idol. We spend the limitless amount in the auction of Ganesh laddu.
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Here we have a few stats of the amount that is being spent in the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi.
Stats About Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations Expenditure:
- As per Times of India in the year 2015, a sum of rupees 20000 crores spent to celebrate Ganesh festival across the country
- In Mumbai alone when you went up to 1500 crores in 2014.
- Firstpost.com publish an article on August 2017 tension about a Ganesh Idol that has 70 grams of gold and worth 264 crores of Rupees whopping as of today.
- The increasing trend of the expenditure of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations is expected to touch at least 30% more than the previous year (Source: Livemint)
As per sources, people are always ready to spend more and more various activities involved in the celebration of Ganesh festival. The total expenditure in the last 5 years as high as 90000 crores.
So, Don’t you think the amount of money can be utilized for a better purpose. We are not saying stop celebrating the festivals divine practice that glorifies Indian culture.
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Let’s talk about the after-effects of Ganesh festival.
Ganesh festival causes around 10000 fishes to die immediately after immersion animals who take bath in the water gets affected of chemical science soon shows various kinds of diseases and even people who met in contact with the water happened to show some skin diseases, which are deadly.
What if we donate the amount to the needy people god will love that. Instead, that’s the best way to worship God by worshipping the people the most humane way. Let’s start charity for causes and God will be even happier, as Mother Teresa said, Helping hands are better than praying lips.