by a Thinker, Sailor, Blogger, Irreverent Guy from Madras

Vinayaka who visited on Ganesh Chaturthi 2013

Once in a while, something happens which is quite startling and satisfying.  If the coincidence happens especially after a pooja or prayer, it adds up to the happiness.

Thus it was today, Ganesh Chaturthi 2013 pooja.  After finishing the Pillayar Charturthi 2013 puja, (and after partaking the sumptuous meal), someone pointed out that the flowers used for the puja, resembled the trunk of an elephant.

Trust me,
  • it is *not* a deliberate flower arrangement - I doubt if anyone even dares to think of arranging flowers during a pooja. 
  • it is *not* an intentional sprinkling of flowers - I doubt if anyone is skilled enough to manipulate the flowers during a puja.
  • it is *not* a purposeful placing of flowers - I doubt if anyone has time to organise the flowers during a pooja.
What it was is a surprising effect, purely coincidence, totally unintentional, coming together of the flowers and the grass to give an impression of an elephant having a hearty feast.

Did anyone else have a similar happenstance during the Ganesh Chaturthi 2013 pooja?


Here is the YouTube video showing all the profiles :-D

Do post your own photos in comments :-)


  1. KrishnanRules10/09/2013, 16:59

    Ganapati Bappa Morya!

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