Ganesh Chaturthi 2020: TV celebs share their Ganpati decoration ideas

With Ganesh Chaturthi upon us, there is excitement in the air. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has dampened celebrations this time around. Safety precautions are being set in place to celebrate the festival this year. We asked TV celebs to share some decorating ideas and here’s what they said… Actress Kajal […]

With Ganesh Chaturthi upon us, there is excitement in the air. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has dampened celebrations this time around. Safety precautions are being set in place to celebrate the festival this year. We asked TV celebs to share some decorating ideas and here’s what they said…

Actress Kajal Pisal, who is currently seen in ‘Naagin 5’, shares, “You can add a traditional touch to your Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations by making a beautiful
rangoli. It is an easy way to feel the festival when the pandemic is around. One can easily find multiple design options online, and go creative with
rangoli patterns. I will be using various colours, flower petals, chalk powder, sparkles, grass and leaves to make it beautiful.”

Kajal Pisal

Actress Roshni Sahota, last seen in the TV show ‘Patiala Babes’, shares, “I feel that flower decorations look best and never go out of fashion. Looking at the pandemic situation, we plan to decorate our home with flowers that are easily available. It goes without saying that the decoration for any auspicious day feels incomplete without flowers and sequenced garlands. In a way, flowers symbolise life. They are of great significance in the Hindu culture as they are always included while worshipping the Almighty. They add visual appeal to your house, not to forget the beautiful aroma they have.”

Roshni

Tanya Sharma, who last featured in ‘Udaan’, says, “We use all kinds of colourful lights to decorate our house for Ganesh Chaturthi. We use patterns of fairy lights to decorate our temple or the place where we will keep the idol of Lord Ganesha in the house. Most Indian households stock up on lights for various other festivals, too, so we can just light them up, nothing else is needed.”

Tanya

Actress Bhavini Purohit, known for her show ‘Saath Nibhana Saathiya’, shares, “As the pandemic is still around, I feel the easiest way of decorating one’s home for Ganpati is by making
bandhanwar. It is a ritual to use them during auspicious occasions in Indian households. These are usually hung at the entrance of the house. It is believed that they bring good luck to the house and the people living in it. You can make one at home with beautiful leaves or flowers. You may also go more creative by using crystals and nets if you have them at home.”

Bhavini

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