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Lalbagcha Raja Ganesh Utsav Day-2 Arrangements

Preparations are in full swing in Mumbai as it readies to welcome its most favourite deity with only two days left for Ganesh Chaturthi.
Here's the first glimpse of Mumbai's most famous idol - the Lalbaugcha Raja.
LALBAUGCHA RAJA (The Emperor of Lalbaug)” is name of the popular Ganesh Idol of "LALBAUGCHA RAJA SARVAJANIK GANESHOTSAV MANDAL". The preparations for Ganeshotsav 2012 have been already started since June 2012. In order to offer proper LIVE DARSHAN of the Lalbaugcha Raja to its devotees, necessary arrangements are being made by the Mandal. the Mandal tries to take necessary precautions so that no inconvenience is caused to the devotees. Approximately 2500 residents have been appointed as “SAHAKARI SABHASAD” (Special Volunteers) to help the Mandal in managing the Ganeshotsav. Along with them, a team of about 5000 other volunteers is also ready to help the devotees. A special 'Disaster Management Training' is imparted to some volunteers to handle any unforeseen calamity.

Day 2- 20 Saptember Arrangements for Lalbaugcha Raja Utsav 2012
The arrangements for the devotees, who wish to make or fulfill a vow to the Lalbaugcha Raja, is similar to the arrangements made for Ganeshotsav 2011. This queue viz. NAVAS Line will take the following route:- Dinshaw Petit Lane - G.D. Ambekar Marg - Dr. Vijay Walimbe Road, Parel Village - Guru Rani Chowk, Parel.
This year the Mandal has made a arrangement for the devotees of Navas Queue in BMC & MHADA Ground.
The arrangements for other devotees who want to have MUKH DARSHAN of the Lalbaugcha Raja will be similar to the arrangements made for Ganeshotsav 2011. The queue for the MUKH DARSHAN will take the route:- Chhatrapati Shivaji Ground (Garam Khada) – Dr.B.A. Road - Dattaram Lad Marg - T.B. Kadam Marg - Add'l C.P. office - Dr. B.A. Road - Byculla Station.
Arrangements have been made in both the queues so that the devotees are not faced with any inconvenience in the queue.