King Circle’s GSB Seva Mandal Ganesha is the most expensive, costliest Ganpati for 2017 Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations in Mumbai, and throughout the world.
King Circle’s GSB Seva Mandal will host the most costliest Ganesha idol in the city, worth Rs 25 crore rupees
The Ganesh mandal will keep the idol at the pandal for five days during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival that starts on August 25 and lasts for 10 days. The idol will also be adorned with gold weighing 85 kg, which includes two kg of gold that was donated by a devotee to the mandal recently.
The idol is 12 feet tall and is among the most visited mandals in Mumbai. Its hands (four), ears, legs and many other parts have been made of gold. The hands have been carved out of gold thanks to the two kg extra gold received by the mandal for Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations 2017.
According to the organisers, “The arms are now being moulded in Udupi, Karnataka. This year, the gold on the idol will weigh 80 kg. The arms will be brought in and fixed on to the idol.”