ZealousWeb Celebrates Eco-Friendly Ganesh Chaturthi
One of the most divine Hindu festivals, Ganesh Chaturthi sets the mood for the festive season in India. Observed in every single Hindu household with an unrivaled devotion, Ganesh Chaturthi signifies the birth of Lord Ganesha – the son of Parvati and Shiva. Lord Ganesha, who has several other names such as Vinayaka or Ganapati, is worshipped for attaining more peace, prosperity, and happiness.
At ZealousWeb, we also celebrate this 10-day long festival with incredible enthusiasm. We start planning and preparing for it in advance. For years, we have been following a tradition of dividing the entire ZealousWeb family into different groups for ‘arti sessions’ and prasad distribution. And we are going to embrace the same practice this year as well. We do so because it encourages interdepartmental communication, which plays a significant role in strengthening the ZealousWeb family as a whole.
Each group that we create tries to do something special to surprise other groups. From selecting mouthwatering sweets to mandap decorations, the group in question takes each activity seriously to take the celebrations to the next level. We assemble for ‘arti’ sharp at 7 p.m each day for 10-days which fills our workspace with tremendous positivity. For the last few years, we have been bringing eco-friendly Ganesha idol, and we would like to encourage others also to follow suit.
Each festival has its significance, but the feeling that Ganesh Chaturthi brings is unexplainable. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!