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Jay Bajrang Yuvak Mandal 2018 | Vadodara’s JBYM, Sussen Tarsali Ring Road (Baroda)

Jay Bajrang Yuvak Mandal 2018 Vadodara 1 no-watermark

Jay Bajrang Yuvak Mandal 2018 Vadodara 1 no-watermark

Jay Bajrang Yuvak Mandal is a Ganeshotsav Mandal organised in Vadodara (Baroda, Gujarat). It is one of the famous Ganeshotsav Mandals in the city.

For 2018 Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, Jay Bajrang Yuvak Mandal comes up with a big Ganpati idol depicting the story of ‘Raja Vikramaditya & his Sinhasan Battisi’. And this year, this Ganpati Mandal is celebrating their 25th year of Ganeshotsav celebrations.

In 2018, Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations begins on September 13 with Ganesh Chaturthi Pratham Pooja and ends with Udwasan Poojan on Anant Chaturdashi (Ganpati Visarjan) – September 23.

Aagman Sohala of Jay Bajrang Yuvak Mandal Ganpati will be held in September. The sketch of this Ganpati idol was drawn by Vikrant Salaskar. Murtikar of this Ganpati idol is Tapan Mondal.

Jay Bajrang Yuvak Mandal 2018
Tarshali Vadodara Gujarat
25Th Year Special Sketch
Sculpture : Tapan Mondal (Anna)
Sketch By : Vikrant Salaskar
Concept – *”Raja Vikramaditya & his Sinhasan Battisi”*

Singhasan Battisi is a collection of Indian folk tales. The title literally means “thirty-two (tales) of the throne”. In the frame story, the 11th century king Bhoja discovers the throne of the legendary ancient king Vikramaditya (also known as Bikramjit). The throne has 32 statues, who are actually apsaras that had been turned into stone due to a curse. Each of the apsaras tells Bhoja a story about the life and adventures of Vikramaditya, in order to convince him that he is not deserving of Vikramaditya’s throne.

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