Make your own Ganesha at home this Vinayaka Chaturthi

Itsy Bitsy, a craft shop at Alwarpet, is offering a discount of 20% on ‘Do-it-yourself’ Ganesha kits being sold at its store.

A staff member there says, “These eco-friendly Ganeshas come with a mould, clay and instructions on how to make the Ganesha. They are water soluble and non-toxic. The packaging in which it comes is also recyclable”.

The kit is being sold at Rs.499 (excluding the discount). The store is open from 10.30 a.m. to 5 p.m., 6 days a week. The store is located at 6, Bishop Wallers Avenue South, Mylapore. Ph: 7358341157.

One Comment on “Make your own Ganesha at home this Vinayaka Chaturthi”

  1. Praise God

    I remember this festival from the days of yore, in my hometown – Kolar Gold Fields {KGF} There was a lot of clay soil and boys used to shape the Ganesha images really cleverly and put two “gundu manis” for the eyes. At the end of the festival, the idols would be thrown into wells – there were many wells in those days. No garish paint – really environment friendly as well as creative. HAPPY VINAYAKA CHATURTHI TO ALL.
    {If you are making kozha kottai do remember me}

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