Since we moved to Pune, we've installed a permanent Ganpati idol at home, and every year I make a small idol that we pray to and submerge (in a bucket outside the door). Being environment conscious, our Ganpati idols have always been 'green' and made of clay, wheat flour,etc. This year, we have consciously decided to use all the 'raddi' (old newspapers) and make a recyled Ganpati.
The only thing used in this Ganpati, apart from the newspapers and a little bit of water, is glue to stick the various parts. We have made many of these to give out to our guests who come home for the darshan.
"Read me, O Reader, if you find delight in me, because very
seldom shall I come back into this world."
..................................... An architect turned product designer and writer...
And actually? :)...Very very mad,a lil sad, a complete dreamer, a tad impulsive, extremely intense and passionate, quite ambitious, definitely honest... downright crazy too!
My tag line: 'don't kill a dream...execute it!'