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Vi to live stream darshan of Lalbaugcha Raja, Dagduseth Ganapati via Vi Movies & TV app

Ganesh Chaturthi is around the corner and people across the country will celebrate the ten-day Ganeshotsav between September 19 and September 28. In Maharashtra people dress up in their festive attire, chant aartis, feast on modaks and visit Lord Ganesha pandals to celebrate.

It is also the time when devotees from different locations in India will throng to the Ashtavinayak shrines, as well as line up to get a view of the iconic Lalbaugcha Raja in Mumbai and Dagduseth Ganapati in Pune, the most celebrated and visited Ganesha Idols.

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On this occasion, Vi has announced that it will stream live darshan of Lalbaugcha Raja, Dagduseth Ganapati as well as four Ashtavinayak shrines, through the Vi App and Vi Movies & TV App.

Vi users can live stream the daily rituals and 'aartis' of Lalbaugcha Raja and Dagduseth idols during the entire ten-day festival from the comfort of their home.

Accessible on the mobile phone through the Vi Movies & TV App or Vi App in partnership with Shemaroo, the daily 'aartis' will be broadcasted live.

On Anant Chaturdashi, the concluding day of Ganeshotsav, Vi users will have the unique opportunity to virtually join the live-streamed visarjan procession of Lalbaugcha Raja, as lakhs of followers bid a fervent farewell to Ganpati Bappa.

Vi has also set up specially designed LED screens at select Vi stores in Mumbai. These screens will broadcast the Live Darshan of Lalbaugcha Raja all through the day, ensuring that both visitors and the wider public can get the opportunity to get this divine experience.