Preparations are going full swing at the Spiritual Park of Mauritius in view of this coming's Sunday grand celebration of Ganesha Chaturthi at the Park.
Today we had our September Ganesha Homa, a large crowd of devotees as usual …… and Lord Ganapati looking splendidly striking with all the garlands and flowers.
A few days ago the gravel path from the main gate leading to the Mandapam was covered with lava rocks…
Another major project being studied is the extension of the Ganesha Mandapam to allow more shelter for the increasing number of devotees coming during Ganesha Homa and major festivals. Here is Akshay, one of our selected architects giving a graphic demonstration of a new proposed extension to our kulapaties.
Back to our September Homa… A few devotees worshipping at the Muruga Mandapam early morning.
Lord Siva Dakshina Blessing devotees on this special occasion…
You can see the huge flow of devotees going down the property from the main entrance leading to the Ganesha Mandapam.
Here they are now all infront of the Ganesha Mandapam.
Worship is always intense while the ceremony is going on…
Kulapati SK Moorghen announcing about the special religious ceremony for students on October 3, 2010 at the Park which he is coordinating.
The monthly talk borrowed from Dancing With Siva, Mandala 16 stressing on Marriage and raising a family.
Ganesha Chaturthi this weekend!
All TAKA viewers are invited to attend Ganesha Chaturthi at the Spiritual Park on Sunday. Aum.
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