Balapur Ganesh 2011 images, Balapur Ganapathi Pandal in Hyderabad

Balapur Ganesh Mandal, one of the popular Ganesh pandals in Hyderabad, is located at Balapur village in Greater Hyderabad limits. It was first established in 1980 and was the first ganesh pandal to introduce Ganesh laddu auction in the world. For 2011 Ganesh Chaturthi, the mandapam is decorated with a setting of Dwarka Sri Krishna Temple (Dwarkadhish Temple) of Gujarat with a setting of the temple, Krishna idol on Kaliya, and a huge idol of Lord Shiva at the entrance. And the Ganapathi idol is also designed as it performing Abhishekam to Shivalingam.

Balapur Ganesh Utsava Samithi in Hyderabad

Balapur Ganapathi 2011 image

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Balapur Ganesh Utsava Samithi Ganesha is also revered as first honored Ganapathi (Praramba Grama Vinayakudu) in Hyderabad. It leads the Ganesh nimmajjanam procession in the city. Balapur Ganapathi is the second popular Ganesh Mandal in Hyderabad after Khairatabad Ganesh idol.

Since, the first year Ganesh utsavam, the popularity of Balapur Ganesh mandal has been increasing year by year. The mandal is also honored with another name – ‘Adhi Vinayaka’.

Balapur Ganesh mandal has made it to limelight nationwide when they have started laddu auction in 1994. That year, the laddu was auctioned for Rs 450. Since then the price of laddu auction has been increasing substantially. In 2010, Balapur laddu auction price was Rs 5,35,000. A part of laddu is distributed among devotees, and the remaining laddu is sprinkled in fields (farms) of the devotee who gets the laddu in auction for better crop. All the devotees who had won the laddu in auction were benefitted hugely, hence it has become more and more popular.

Read about Balapur Ganesh more at the official website of Balapur Ganesh Utsava Samithi, Hyderabad.

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  1. kranthi says:

    the balapur ganesh events are inspirable to all ages of people and those events are memorised all sprituval affections and am proud and pride balapur ganesh association thank you.