Andhericha Raja Ganesh Mandal with Dilwara temple setting for 2012 Ganpati Festival

During every year, the public curiosity and expectation soars high regarding the décor and set of most famous Ganesh Mandal. They used to bet on what may be the deor ans set of certain Ganesh mandals.

On the other hand the organizers of Ganesh mandal fully cover their making of set and décor and they reveal only on the first day of Ganesh festivals. Each and every member of the organizing committee and the décor and set workers keep this matter as a guarded secret.

Maharashtra’s most popular festival of Ganeshotsav countdown starts a month onwards. The public eagerly wait for the first day to get the glimpses of the Ganesh idol and its set and décor. 2012 Andhericha Raja idol of Azad Nagar comes with Dilwara temple setting. The event organiser Raju Savla and his mandal team have brought out the grand Rajasthani Jain architecture in the best recreated manner. The public were stunned by its décor and setting.

The décor and set of 2012 Andhericha Raja idol of Azad Nagar is the talk of the town during this Ganeshutsav. The other important news related to this particular mandal is that they have implemented dress code for darshan.

Uday while speaking to the media said, “We would need to install changing rooms, post female security personnel for ladies, and still run the risk of some untoward incident in such locations. As a Ganpati mandal, we cannot risk our reputation.” The public has welcomed this particular decision by the organizers.

As per the official website of Andericha Raja Ganpati Mandal, Azadnagar, Mumbai…

The Jain Dilwara temples of India are located about 2 and a half kilometers from Mount Abu, Rajasthan. These temples built by Chalukya between the 11th and 13th centuries AD are world famous for their stunning use of marble. The five legendary marble temples of Dilwara are a sacred pilgrimage place of the Jains. Some consider them to be one of the most gorgeous Jain pilgrimage sites in the planet.

The marble temples have a rich entrance, the simplicity in architecture reflecting Jain values like honesty and frugality. The temples are in the midst of a range of forested hills. A high partition shrouds the temple compound.

Although the Jains built some attractive temples at other places in Rajasthan, some believe that none come close to these in terms of architectural perfection. The ornamental detail spreading over the minutely carved ceilings, doorways, pillars and panels is simply marvelous.

It is a huge complex consisting of five marble Jain Temples and is the biggest attractions of Rajasthan. These pleasant temples were built during 11th to 13th century and are devoted to Jain Tirthankaras. Visiting these temples will take you to the world of devotion and you would feel so calm that your trip would come alive.

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