Vadodara youth made Ganesha idol with dry fruits and coconut
Became centre of attraction in the area
Became centre of attraction in the areaParth Patel, who lives in Manjalpur Kabir Complex Society has made an idol of Ganesha using nuts, coconut and it is also eco friendly. For the last 5 years, he is celebrating Ganeshotsav in a unique way by making a statue of Ganesha in different forms like Sindoor, Turmeric, Beetle nut, Wheat and Jaggery.
This year he made a statue of Ganesha from 3 kg of dried fruit. Ganesha's mouth is made from coconut and the hands, ears and abdomen are made using nuts. While the teeth are made of cashews. Ganesha made from dried fruits and coconut has become a center of attraction in the area.
Parth Patel, who is involved in the construction business, said, "As Ganeshotsav approaches, my only goal is to make a statue of Shreeji. It has taken a week to make Ganesha idol from dried fruits. Lord came to his house for ten days and on Anant Chaturdarshi the immersion will be done by the family members.
Decorations have been reduced by public mandals due to the Corona epidemic. However, the idols being installed in the houses are being lavishly decorated.