Dia Mirza praises Shilpa Shetty for giving an example with Green Ganesha

As every year Shilpa shetty and husband Raj Kundra Together with his son Viaan he welcomed Bappa in his residence with all the enthusiasm. While Lord Ganesha says goodbye today to the residence of the actress, many friends of the film fraternity go to the house of the actress to seek the blessings of the almighty. Mirza day He was one of those who came to take Lord Ganesha's darshan and the actress is a compliment to the actress. Why? Read here ...

Mirza day praised the actress for encouraging eco-friendly Ganesha this year again. Dia who herself encourages eco-friendly Ganesha, took to her Instagram handle to praise the actress for her deed. She wrote, " Thank you @theshilpashetty for giving an example again this year, with your beautiful Green Ganesha! The care, love and wisdom with which you celebrate #GaneshChaturti always makes our Darshan so beautiful 🙏🏻💚 #GanpatiBappaMorya .

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Thank you @theshilpashetty for giving an example again this year, with your beautiful Green Ganesha! The care, love and wisdom with which you celebrate #GaneshChaturti always makes our Darshan so beautiful 🙏🏻💚 #GanpatiBappaMorya

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Both Dia and Shilpa looked extremely beautiful with traditional yellow outfits. In addition, yesterday Dia also shared a publication on his microblogging site promoting Green Ganesha.

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Ganpati Bappa Morya! Traditionally we made clay idols and then immersed them in water to denote the Birth Cycle of Lord Ganesha/Ganpati that was created from Clay/Earth. Visarjan, in his own way, talks about the life cycle of nature and, although it should be one of the most ecological events in India, it has become something completely different. Handmade clay idols have been replaced with Paris plaster and plastic. The natural brown color of the clay is replaced by toxic paints to make the idols shine and shine. Size plays an important role in affirming the importance or power of the celebration. Mine is bigger than yours! And then there are those horrible unnatural plastic/thermocolle decorations! All this is immersed in our seas/rivers/ponds/lakes without worrying about the consequences. The consequences are dangerous, a complete contamination of our water, soil and food chain. Surely Ganpati Bappa would never want to be responsible for damaging that from which he was born? This Ganpati Visarjan, seize this opportunity to understand the meaning of a cycle of birth, go minimal, natural and sustainable bigfmindia @bigfmrani

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Further, Sabbir Khan , the director of her next film, 'Nikamma' also joined the actress for the Ganesh festival at her residence

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