This unique Ganesh Pandal in Chennai has a model of Chandrayaan-3 rocket

This unique Ganesh Pandal in Chennai has a model of Chandrayaan-3 rocket

The 10-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival began across India on Tuesday

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated across the nation with immense enthusiasm and fervor to honor Lord Ganesha, son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. The 10-day festival began across India on Tuesday with several pictures and videos showing idols of Lord Ganesh being installed in homes and at pandals. One of the most requested topics this year is Chandrayaan-3, India’s successful mission to the moon.

In Chennai, a special pandal inspired by ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 Moon mission has been erected in Kilkattalai, which is mesmerizing space buffs. A video that has surfaced on social media shows a model of a Chandrayaan-3 rocket placed next to Lord Ganesha’s idol. The miniature model even launches and emits flames and smoke similar to a rocket launch.

A user on X shared the video with a caption that reads: ”ISRO is yet to give a statement at the moment.”

Watch the video here:

Netizens loved the creative idea and appreciated the designer. Reacting to the video, one user wrote: ”ISRO closes space technology to all Indian households. This is phenomenal and will inspire a lot of young minds. And it is encouraging as you never know that a small idea can bring a huge change. More power to #ISRO.”

Another commented, ”ISRO is reaching new heights.”

Not only Chennai, several other cities across the country have incorporated the theme of space into their celebrations and erected pandals based on India’s successful moon mission.

Ganesh Chaturthi is marked by the installation of clay idols of Ganesh in homes and public places. The 10-day festival ends when the idol is carried in a public procession and immersed (visarjan) in a river of the sea on the day of Anant Chaturdashi.

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