Over 29 thousand idols of Lord Ganesh were immersed in water bodies across Mumbai on the second day of Ganesh Utsav on Saturday. The police added that no inconvenient incident was reported anywhere during the immersion.
The immersion ritual of Lord Ganesh clay idols which were installed for one-and-half days that began in the afternoon of September 11.
The clay idols immersed included "sarvajanik" or the public ones and about 28,794 household idols of Ganeshas.
More than 16,500 of these clay idols were immersed in artificial ponds that made especially for this purpose. The 10-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival which in normal times brings millions of people on to the streets.
Ganesh Utsav began on September 10 celebrated which was a low-key manner with several restrictions induced due to the Covid-19 pandemic.