Ganpati Puja 2023: Vastu Tips, Things To Offer, Visarjan To-Dos

We're soon heading towards the Ganpati Puja 2023 and so we bring you a small and quick guide on Ganpati Puja decoration vastu tips, things to offer, and visarjan process.
Viveka Nagar
By: Viveka Nagar Updated: Sep 06, 2023 22:17 IST
Ganpati Puja 2023: Vastu Tips, Things To Offer, Visarjan To-Dos
Ganpati Puja 2023: Vastu Tips, Things To Offer, Visarjan To-Dos

Ganapati Puja 2023 or Vinayaka Chaturthi is an important Hindu festival which dedicated to Lord Ganesha. According to the Hindu calendar, Vinayak Chaturdashi 2023 falls on Monday, September 18th 2023 and Anant Chaturdashi marks the end of this auspicious festival. Ganapati Puja decoration brings in the joy and enthusiasm. But there are certain dos and don'ts to this and vastu also plays a vital role in this. Below article will guide you with Ganapati decoration vastu tips, things to offer during puja and visarjan.

Ganapati Puja 2023: Decoration Vastu Tips

We all great efforts when it comes to Ganapati decoration ideas, but one more than that we shouldn't miss on are Vastu tips. Below we've jotted down some important are Ganapati Puja decoration vastu tips.

  • Always keep a wooden plank right in the middle to elevate the Ganpati idol, avoid placing directly on the floor.
  • Make sure to place the Ganpati idol in the north-east direction of your home.
  • Avoid placing Ganpati idol in the South direction as it can bring you bad luck.
  • Also, don't place the Ganpati idol under any staircase of the house.
  • Fresh flowers used as part of Ganpati decoration brings home positive vibes.

Ganpati Puja 2023: Things to offer

  • Durva grass: Lord Ganesha loves Durva and so during Ganesh Puja 21 blades of the Durva grass are provided to lord Ganesha.
  • Tulsi leaves: Auspicious tulsi leaves are also used during Ganesh Puja.
  • Bel Patra leaves: Bel Patra are used in Ganesh Puja in the same way they are used in Shiva Puja.
  • Red hibiscus flower: Ganpati's loves this flower.
  • Banana: This is considered to be Ganpati's favourite fruit.
  • Modak: The sweet savoury rice balls with coconut fillings, Modaks are Ganpati's favourite sweet dish.

Ganpati Puja 2023: Visarjan

During this duration when people invite Lord Ganesha at home, people keep the Ganesh idol for one and half, three, five or ten days and then after Ganesh Puja, people bid farewell to Ganpati Bappa. They immerse the Ganesh idol in water on 10th day of the Ganesh festival which is popularly known as Anant Chaturdashi, marking as the last day of the festival.

Before the immersing Ganesh idol, a grand Puja is done. People then carry Ganpati Bappa idol towards the water body and during that they chant of ‘Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya' meaning ‘next year please come soon'. Then Ganpati idol is respectfully immersed in water.

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