Organized by Mr. Khem Maruekapitak, the “Ganesh Festival 2016” will be celebrated in Chiang Mai on September 18th, featuring many activities.
The elephant-headed Ganesh is one of the most worshiped deities in Thailand, once only in the art and enterainment circles, now by many. This event includes religious offerings to Shri Ganesha, cultural performances including Bollywood performances by Udun Performance Art and interesting exhibition. The festival will be celebrated on Suthep Road, at Roitawarabarn Baandhawalai a place also called “The Door Garded By 100 Angels”. It is the world’s largest wooden Ganesh: made of only one piece of teak wood, it is 3 floors high and weights 5 tones.
Everyone is welcome to celebrate this colorful and joyful event. Beautiful Indian style costumes are provided by Baan Nattaya Rangsan Shop (opposite Chiang Mai Rajabhat University) and dance choreography are created by Mrs Shollada Sukhamilinda and Mr. Opas Yarcammee.
GANESH FESTIVAL :
Roitawarabarn Baandhawalai. 79/7 Soi 2, Suthep Rd. Chiang Mai September 18th, 2016 from 8am to 1pm