This year, we will surely miss the magnificent “Rampura Ka Raja” during the 10 day Ganesh Utsav.
But do you know the story of how this particular Ganpati pandal got so popular among locals.
It all started more than a decade ago when few youngsters raised charity funds and welcomed an iconic sculpture of Lord Ganesh at peepal chowk in rampura during the festival.
The idol and the prasad gained so much popularity that it became one of the most famous and celebrated places of the town during Ganesh Utsav. 🎉
PS: Due to Covid-19, we urge you to avoid public gatherings and celebrate this Ganesh Chaturthi at your home.
Bolo Ganpati Bappa Morya!