Girgaon Cha Lambodar Aagman Sohala is the arrival / welcoming ceremony of Girgaon Cha Lambodar Ganeshotsav. In 2020, Girgaon Cha Lambodar Aagman Sohla date is in August 2020.
Girgaon Cha Lambodar Patpujan Sohla is the installation ceremony of Girgaon Cha Lambodar Ganeshotsav. In 2020, Girgaon Cha Lambodar Padhyapoojan Sohla was in July.
It is one of the popular Ganesh Mandals in Girgaon area of Mumbai, organised by Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal.
Girgaon, formerly Girgaum, is an area in southern Mumbai in Maharashtra, India. Charni Road railway station serves Girgaon. The culture in Girgaon is diverse and varied. Like most areas of cosmopolitan Mumbai, residents span diverse languages, religions, traditions, festivals, and attire. Girgaon occupies prime residential real estate due to increasing demand just because of its prominent location in South Mumbai. The Sanskrit term “Giri” stands for hills, whereas the Sanskrit word “gram” denotes a village. Thus, Girgaon means a village at the foothill of mountains. A birds’ eye view from the top of Malabar Hill will justify this etymological finding.
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