Ganpati Bappa Moriya-With Eco-Friendly Idols
Wishesh|October 2019
Ganpati Bappa Moriya-With Eco-Friendly Idols
Every year Lord Ganesha comes to celebrate his birthday with all of us showering peace, happiness, and prosperity in our life. Did you welcome Lord Ganesh with open arms offering him tasty mothichur ladu’s? Hope you made the most of Ganesh Chaturti with eco-friendly idols.

Hope you were sensitive to nature and carved Lord Ganesha’s idols with materials that go back to nature so that mother earth is not troubled. Positive signs of shielding the environment are to save it from air pollution or water pollution that hampers living creatures on land and in water.

The Good In Carving Eco-Friendly Ganesha Idols

In most cases, Ganesha Idols are made with plaster of Paris, heavy metals and harmful paints that is bad to inhale and worse when it is submerged in water.

Thus, majority of the crowd is carving Ganesha idols made of clay and mud. There is a reason behind carving clay idols and it is that it denotes being spiritual and simple. Take a look at the good in carving ecofriendly Ganesha Idols

No 1 - Sustains Purity In Water Bodies

Ecofriendly Ganesha Idols help with keeping the water bodies pure because the ingredients used in the making are not harmful to the ecology or our health.

That said when people use plaster of Paris to make Ganesha Idols it ends up polluting water bodies during Ganesha immersion and the reason is plaster of Paris is not degradable. It stays clogged and harms the water animals as well as makes it unhygienic for us as mosquitoes enjoy breeding on contaminated water.

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October 2019