Gone are those days when there used to be massive gatherings in pandals to see the giant idols of Ganpati on Ganesh Chaturthi. With pandemic, it has been confined to the people celebrating the festival within their homes. So, to make it even better, we have come up with brands making eco-friendly Ganesha idols. Have a look.

Time to celebrate Bappa is here, and we are sure you would have made lots of plans to celebrate the day with the beautiful Ganesha idol! But how about getting an idol that is also good for the environment? Yes, this is possible with the eco-friendly Ganesha idols, and here are some of the online stores that can help you. Check out below.

1. My Pooja Box


My Pooja Box is one such place where you get all the pooja-related items. You can check its 6-inch Vishwantera, Siddhivinayak Ganpati, and many more eco-friendly idols of Lord Ganesha.

2. Tree Ganesha


Tree Ganesha has been spreading greenery since 2015. The brand makes the idols from red soil, organic fertilizers, and seeds! The amazing part is that after visarjan, this idol grows into a tree since it is made of seeds. However, you have to hurry up as the idols get sold soon here.

3. Omyganesha


Omyganesha makes Multani Ganesh idols with shadu clay and then paints them with Multan soil, Haldi, Kumkum, etc. They also create Laal Maati eco Ganesha with marble stones!

4. My Eco Ganesh


My Eco Ganesh is popular for making idols with river clay, the red soil that is used for plantation after the visarjan, and paper mache. This means that you will take home a sustainable Ganesh murti this time!

5. Paper Ganesh


If you do not want clay Ganesh this time and looking for something different, you can go for paper Ganesh by this brand. However, it also has mud Ganesh idols.

6. Green Practices


Green Practices makes sure that you celebrate the Ganesh Chaturthi in the most eco-friendly way with Mud Ganesha, Paper Mache, and more. Do you know that the brand only uses natural colors for idols?

7. My Green Ganesha


My Green Ganesh has many Ganpatis in different shapes and sizes. You can also choose the idols according to their names like Dagdusheth, Lalbaug, Titwala, etc.

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Also Read: This is how “mach gaya shor sari nagri re”, aka Dahi Handi, became a bygone episode during Janmashtmi because of the pandemic!

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