Chocolate, currency and murukku: Things that Ganesha was made of this Ganesh Chaturthi

Published: 14th September 2018 08:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th September 2018 01:02 PM  

15 feet 'Bullet Vinayagar' at Sri Sakthi Vinayagar temple, Kotturpuram, Chennai. (Photo | EPS/ D SAMPATH KUMAR)
A statue of Ganesh being made with 6 000 raw plantain and red banana in Kolathur, Chennai. The initiative was made by the youngsters of the area to avoid plaster of paris that pollutes nature. (Photo | EPS/ D SAMPATH KUMAR)
The statue of Ganesh being made with cash and coins in Mills road, Chennai (Photo | EPS/ D SAMPATH KUMAR)
An idol of Lord Ganesh with 34 elephant heads installed at Saheed Nagar in Bhubaneswar (Photo | EPS/Biswanath Swain)
Ironboxes and mixers arranged to look like Ganesha at an unknown appliance store (Photo | Twitter)
An 18-feet high Vinayak idol made up of 300kg of murukku and traditional south indian sweets in T Nagar, Chennai. (Photo | EPS)
Lord Ganesha with Prime Minister Narendra Modi holding bjp logo kite at an exhibit in Mysore. (Photo | EPS/Udayshankar S)
Idol of Lord Ganesha with Chief Minister H D Kumarswamy planting paddy seedlings created by artist Revanna displayed in Mysuru. (Photo | EPS/Udayshankar)
A Ludhiana-based restaurant owner prepared a 65-kg idol with chocolate. He says that the sculpture took 10 days and 20 chefs to make it. The Ganesha will be immersed in milk and distributed to underprivileged children. (Photo | ANI Twitter)
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