Ganesha, who may be the most well-known Hindu deity, has an elephant-like head and a human body. He is the god of learning, creativity, and the arts. He is portrayed as a cheery, chubby god who enjoys giving blessings and sweets. You can ask Ganesha to clear any obstacles from your path and bless you before you start any activity because he is also known for removing obstacles.
He helps the mind perceive its surroundings and circumstances. To understand your behaviours and how they might be preventing you from fully engaging with life, he encourages open-mindedness and healthy boundaries. He also works with you to take stock of your own reality.
Tomorrow is Ganesh Chaturthi and you missed out on the idol? We have got you covered! Try this easy DIY idol with your kids or even alone for a fun activity.
How to create a DIY Ganesh idol?
Ganesha’s sawari is a rat that can discern minute details and travel through any obstacle, however small or big. This energy represents the ability to specialise in a skill, comprehend it in its component parts, to learn about the world through personal observation, and to thrive in a variety of settings.
7. coconut base oils
8. Ganesh shaped mould
10. Decorative small mirrors
How to make the DIY Homemade idol?
Step1: Mix the water and mitti. Bring the mixture to a semi solid consistency
Step 2: At this step ad seeds to make your Ganesha idol a plant. Also add 2 drops of each essential oils to the mixture for a fragrant Ganesha idol.
Step 3: Grease the mould with coconut oil so that the idol doesn’t stick.
Step 4: Press the clay mixture against the mould. Be cautious to not press too hard or too gentle.
Step 5: Get the idol out of the mould gently so that it doesn’t break.
Step 6: Place the idol in dry and clean place.