Lalbaugcha Raja 2019 First Look (Photo Credits: Lalbaugcha Raja YouTube)
Lalbaugcha Raja 2019 first look has been unveiled on August 30 (Friday), ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi that falls on September 2 (Monday). The official website of Lalbaugcha Raja released the photos and video via live streaming. The theme for Lalbaugcha Raja 2019 is around Chandrayaan 2. The first pictures show the outer space with dummy astronauts in the background of the idol of Lord Ganesha. Lalbaugcha Raja 2019 First Look Live Streaming Online: Watch Video of Ganpati Bappa’s Arrival at Mumbai’s Famous Pandal on lalbaugcharaja.com and YouTube.
Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the most famous Sarvajanik Ganapati festivals in the city of Mumbai. In fact, people come from all over the state to pay their respect and worship the Lord. The celebrations of Ganpati in Lalbaug began back in the year 1934. It is among the highly revered celebrations in the city and it is believed that all wishes will be granted if one pays their respect to the Lord. So the Lalbaug cha Raja Ganpati Mandal is crowded throughout the period of the festival. Lalbaugcha Raja 2019 Darshan: How to Reach The Famous Ganeshotsav Pandal of Mumbai By Train or Road This Ganesh Chaturthi.
A bit about its history, the local fishermen and vendor had vowed to construct a mandal for themselves. The marketplace was shut down in the year 1932. So they vowed to Lord Ganesha for a permanent place to set up their markets. With the consistent efforts and support of locals, they got a plot for construction. Since 1934, they established a Ganesh idol as a fulfilment of their wish. Over the years, it became famous as the Lord who grants wishes of his devotees. Also, it was formed at a time when the Indian freedom struggle was peaking. Lalbaugcha Raja 2019 First Look HD Images For Free Download Online: Check Ganpati Bappa Idols From Previous Years’ Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations Since 2000.
The height of this Lord Ganesha is around 18-20 ft. This Ganpati Mandal is so famous that there are two separate lines to see it. There is a Mukh Darshan (face of the Lord Ganesha) line and one for the Charansparsh (touching the Lord Ganesha’s feet). The Mukh darshan line gives a glimpse of the Lord from a distance, without going up to the main stage. On average, it takes almost six to eight hours to reach till the starting point.