Lord Ganeshji Festival – Did you know? – Part 7


 Ganesh Temple in Thailand
Ganesh Temple at Nakhon Nayok Museum 

Ganesh Temple at Nakhon Nayok

In the recent past, Ganesh Chaturthi has been celebrated in Thailand at two places—Shiva temple in Raminthara (Bangkok) and Ganesh Temple at Nakhon Nayok, about 200 km from Bangkok.

Last year, a a38-ft-tall Ganesh idol was ceremoniously worshipped by Shri Phararaj Koson, chancellor of Buddhist University Bangkok at Nakhon and Shri Mae Khu Von Seng, head of Raminthara Temple.

The places wore a festive look with colourful saffron flags, banners and flower decorations. The Nakhon festival was a 10-day traditional event while Bangkok saw a 2-day celebration.

||Ganpati Bappa Morya||

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