The 11-day long Ganesh Chaturthi festival is celebrated with full joy and fervour. Singing and listening to Lord Ganesh Aarti song for the popular Hindu God is an integral part of the festivities. But this video dedicated to the Elephant God is extra special. A short clip of Ganesh Aarti performed by a robotic hand is going viral on the internet. The social media is in awe of the engineering unit that came up with such an original and exciting idea to celebrate Ganesh Utsav 2017. It is undoubtedly one of the beautiful sights capturing the true festive spirit of Ganesh Chaturthi. Ganesh Chaturthi Songs: Best Devotional Hindi Songs And Bhajans To Celebrate Ganesh Utsav 2017.Also Read - Sankashti Chaturthi 2021: Significance, Shubh Muhurat, Puja Vidhi and Everything You Need to Know
Lord Ganesh is the Hindu God of Wisdom. One could see the blessings the popular Hindu deity has had on human beings by giving them the power of knowledge. A video is doing rounds on the social media platform such as Facebook and messaging app, WhatsApp shows a unique Shri Ganesha Aarti. What makes the religious act so unique? Well, it does not feature a human, but a machine performing the sacred Aarti with famous ‘Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram’ religious song played in the background. Ganesh Chaturthi Wishes in Hindi: Happy Ganesh Chaturthi 2017 Messages, WhatsApp GIF Images & Greetings for Ganpati Festival. Also Read - Sumit Sethi's New Song Jai Dev 2.0 Along With Nooran Sisters is One Song That Will Blow Your Mind
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This interesting idea of a robotic hand performing the Ganesh Aarti is executed by Pune-based Company, Patil Automation Pvt Ltd (PAPL). They have expertise in developing Robotic Line Cells, which explains the smooth performance of the machine in this video. Ganesh Chaturthi 2017 began on August 25 (Friday) and continues till Anant Chaturdashi, the last day off of Ganeshotsav on September 4. Let us all keep the atmosphere of Ganesha festival all bright and cheerful by shouting Ganpati Bappa Morya on top of our voices.