Public relations webdesk. Ganapati festival is that time of the year, when Lord Ganesha is brought by everyone to be installed in their homes. The pomp of Ganesh Chaturthi festival is heard all over India for ten days. In Maharashtra, Ganeshotsav is celebrated with darshi. To establish God on Ganesh Chaturthi, a lot of preparations have to be done at home, from daily puja and preparation of bhog prasad to decoration, everyone has to take good care. During the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, the market is decorated with beautiful decorations and idols of Lord Ganesha. Ten days later, idols are abandoned on Ganesh Chaturthi, which may damage the environment somewhere. So in such a situation you should fulfill your responsibility towards the environment and choose only eco-friendly idols for worship. Today we bring you some simple tips from which you can make eco-friendly idols at home.
Here’s how to make eco-friendly idols at home:
Make a statue from clay:
To make an eco-friendly idol at home, you can use shadu miti, which is easily available in the market.
To make the idol first choose a nice square piece of wood on which to place the idol.
To make idols clean the soil add water and knead the soil well like dough.
Leave the clay to rest for a while and after about 1 hour shape the idol from the clay, after shaping the idol put a small trunk and limbs in the idol and allow it to dry.
When the statue is completely dry, you can paint it with watercolors. Favicol can be added to strengthen the water color.
After decorating the idol with colors decorate the Lord with flower garlands and small pearl ornaments.
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