Devotees have not let the pandemic affect the spirit of the festival as Ganesha sits in the pandal in all His glory

The Gokhales

Maninagar east

The family continued its 26-year old tradition ofbringing Bappa home. Flowers and peacock feathers adorn their pandal



The Krishnanis

Maninagar

The Krishnanis

The Krishnanis

Bappa is seated on a swing decorated with natural flowers by this mother-daughter duo. It screams green!

Bela Shah

Manekbaug

Bela Shah

Bela Shah

Flowers never fail to add beauty to the decor. Here, Shah has gone eco-friendly by using natural flowers

Parth Bhavsar

Shyamal Crossroads

Parth Bhavsar

Parth Bhavsar

This Mirror reader has made a natural abode for Bappa’s sojourn

Khamesras

Vaishnodevi Circle

Khamesras

Khamesras

The Khamesras have brought the skies down for Lord Ganesha

Pai family

Bodakdev

Pai family

Pai family

Lord Ganapati is draped in different hues of flowers at the Pais’

Tidke family

Maninagar

Tidke family

Tidke family

Lord Ganapati is seated in the lap of nature at this Maninagar household. He is surrounded by all the elements of nature including trees, chirping birds and a colourful fountain

Tasha and Aparna

Prahladnagar

Tasha and Aparna

Tasha and Aparna

These siblings have left no stone unturned toplease their lord. Modak, banana leaves, et al find a place in their pandal

Shilpa Shah

South Bopal

Shilpa Shah

Shilpa Shah

Shah, who has been bringing Bappa home for the past 22 years, adorned her pandal with flowers — something all deities love