One of the most celebrated festivals in Maharashtra, Ganesh Chaturthi is here. Dedicated to worshipping the elephant-headed deity, Lord Ganesha, the festival lasts for ten days. At the heart of the celebrations lies the beautiful Ganpati pandals with elaborate decorations and vibrant Ganesha statues. So, let̵7;s take a look at some of the most famous Ganpati pandals in the country.
Nestled in the heart of South Mumbai’s Laulbag locality, Lalbaugcha Raja is a legendary pandal with more than 1.5 million daily visitors. Founded in 1934 by the Kambli family, the famous pandal has an illustrious history. People wait in long queues to seek the blessings of Bappa. (Source: Lalbaugcha Raja/Instagram)