Hindustan Times brings Ganesha Aarti to Mumbai local train commuters
The group has brought together multiple Aarti mandali teams to add a festive touch to the daily commute of Mumbaikars travelling by local trains
Mumbai has welcomed Lord Ganesha and serenaded him beautifully this Ganesha Chaturthi. However, most Mubaikars are committed to fulfilling their work and personal commitments and following traditions and celebrations become a weekend affair.
Keeping the needs and sentiments of Mumbaikars in mind, Hindustan Times has attempted to bring joy and unity while offering praise to Lord Ganesha in local trains this Ganesha Chaturthi.
It is estimated that over 7.5 million Mumbaikars use the Mumbai local trains daily and most of them miss out on Ganesha Aarti.
Hindustan Times has decided to put multiple groups of Aarti mandali teams together to add a festive touch to the daily commute of Mumbaikars travelling by local trains.
These groups sing/perform the Aarti on Central and Western Railways in the morning from 8:00 am to 12.00 pm and evenings from 4 pm to 8.00 pm.
Hindustan Times is also running a contest for Ganesha Chaturthi on digital and the big gratification is an aerial view of the Ganpati Visarjan from a helicopter on September 12.For more updates, be socially connected with us on
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