Ganesh Chaturthi, a 10-day Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha, began on September 19, 2023. Mumbai is known for its grand celebrations, with large Ganesha statues set up across the city. To ensure security, Mumbai Police has deployed over 13,750 personnel and implemented traffic restrictions. Idol immersion processions and the influx of visitors can create heavy traffic, so arrangements have been made for heavy vehicles and private buses. In Delhi, eco-friendly Ganesha idols made of coconut bark and clay are being distributed to promote environmental conservation. In Noida, Section 144 has been imposed to prevent unlawful assemblies and unauthorized events.
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