Ganesh Chaturthi is another popular festival in India and is celebrated as birth day of Lord Ganesha where each and every devotee celebrates this beautiful Festival in his own way. Lord Ganesha is known as son of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati. Lord Ganesha is well known as god of good luck and fortune, Lord Ganesha always worshiped with goddess Laxmi. Lord Ganesha is also known as Elephant Headed and rat is considered as his vehicle. Unlike Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in the month of August or September, all over India but it has different passion and importance in the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Goa. The festival begins with the installation of huge Murti of Ganesha in homes and at different places also known as Pandals, which is especially constructed and beautifully decorated only for this beautiful occasion. Various artists put their effort day and night in making the Murties.
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated to honour of Lord Ganesha's birthday. To celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi, a Murti of Shri Ganesh is worshipped. For the same, a looking-live model of Lord Ganesha, ranging in size from inches to quarter a hundred feet, is formed out of clay, usually One to Three months prior to the occurrence of the festival. The murties are usually too lively to rejuvenate any peace-seeking soul. Right on the day, when the festival has to be celebrated, this murti is worshiped after being raised on stages and stands to heights so to let the murties of Lord Ganesha be exposed to larger distances. This is done for the people consider this to be auspicious in the sense that the Lord Ganesha, on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, can bless masses. On this special festival, Hindus also prefer to gift their relatives and friends with special gifts. This normally shows their love and devotional attention. They also want to praise the Lord Ganesh in this manner. Send Flowers and Gifts to your dear ones on Ganesh Chaturthi through online and spreads happiness and brightness in the lives of them. Gifts are very important when such occasions are concerned. This is the reason why people must have an idea about the traditional Gifts that they can gift on such occasions. The traditional Gifts are those which have the god himself in one form or the other. This is usually given so as to bring good luck and prosperity in the life of the people to whom you are giving this ift. The large population across the vast region of India is consists of different religions that celebrate their own religious festivals. Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism are major religions in India, among others. Some festivals are unique to local regions while there are other vibrant festivals celebrated throughout the country.