- Delhi has denied any open festival of Ganesh Chaturthi this month, considering the predominant Covid-19 circumstance.
- The authorization will likewise not be conceded for any parade, it said, encouraging individuals to commend the celebration at home.
- The celebration praises the appearance of Ganesh to earth from Kailash Parvat with his mom Goddess Parvati/Gauri.
Delhi has denied any open festival of Ganesh Chaturthi this month, considering the predominant Covid sickness (Covid-19) circumstance.
In an authority request, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) said on Wednesday that Ganesh Chaturthi festivities would stay precluded out in the open spaces and referred to the current pandemic-related limitations as the explanation.
Delhi stays “undermined” with the spread of Covid-19, and accordingly, vital and viable measures should keep on cutting the further transmission of the Covid, the DDMA said in its request.
All friendly, political, sports, amusement, social, strict, and celebration related get-togethers and assemblages are restricted, it read, adding that no guests are permitted at strict spots in Delhi.
“[The] Ganesh Chaturthi Festival will be commended during this month for example, in September 2021 and considering the overall limitations on social events and gatherings and current circumstance of Covid-19 pandemic, it has been concluded that the Ganesh Chaturthi festivities may not be permitted places openly and individuals might be encouraged to praise their celebration at their home just,” the DDMA request clarified.
The DDMA said that area judges and representative magistrates of police would guarantee that symbols of Lord Ganesha are not set up in a tent or pandal.
Further, it ought to be guaranteed that groups don’t accumulate at any strict or social spot. The authorization will likewise not be conceded for any parade, it said, encouraging individuals to commend the celebration at home.
Ganesh Chaturthi, a ten-day celebration beginning on the fourth day of the Hindu lunisolar schedule month Bhadrapada, will begin on September 10 this year. O
Otherwise called Vinayaka Chaturti, the celebration praises the appearance of Ganesh to earth from Kailash Parvat with his mom Goddess Parvati/Gauri.