Ganesh Chaturthi 2017 is coming to an end with Anant Chaturdashi being celebrated on September 5. The last day of the Ganpati festival is full of fun, dance and music as the Ganesh idol are taken out from the pandals, and the process of Ganesh Visarjan begins. Pune is one of the most attracted locations during Ganesh Chaturthi, and the Visarjan ceremony in this city is absolutely grand and encapsulating. Pune Ganpati Visarjan Miravanuk is a grand affair people enjoy watching the Ganesh Visarjan live telecast on TV as well as the online streaming videos. Various channels like Zee 24 Taas have a live coverage of the Ganesh Visarjan ceremony in Pune that can be watched hereGanesh Galli Mumbaicha Raja Visarjan 2017 LIVE Telecast & Streaming Video.

Ganesh Visarjan proceedings include large processions of avid Ganpati Bhakts dancing to loud bands and singing bhajans and slogans on Lord Ganesha. Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most important festivals in Maharashtra, and Anant Chaturdashi marks the end of the 10-day Ganpati festival and Pune city prepared with a great zest for the 125th anniversary of the festivities. With nearly 4500 Ganesh pandals in the city, the Visarjan day processions have already begun with people enjoying their time with Lord Ganesha to the fullest. Watch Live Streaming of Lalbaug Cha Raja Ganpati Visarjan From Mumbai.

About 8,000 police personnel and hundreds of trained volunteers will be part of the security detail, and more than 1000 closed circuit television cameras are currently capturing the entire event. The most famous Ganesh Pandals in Pune are The Kasba Ganpati, Tambadi Jogeshwari Ganpati, the Guruji Talim Ganpati, and the Ganpati immersion procession will begin with these three Ganesh idols and will be followed by the smaller pandals. The Ganesh Immersion proceedings will also affect the city traffic as vital roads in the Peth area (old Pune) will be shut down to allow the processions to go forward.

The Ganesh Visarjan celebrations in Pune include orchestrated performances with dhol pashas and lezim troupes and the famous tunes of Nashik Dhol and other Ganesh Visarjan songs. The devotees in Pune are all excited to take part in the procession and the bid adieu to Lord Ganesha with the hopes of welcoming him once again next year.