Mukesh Ambani, Nita Ambani And Family Seek Blessings At Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak Temple (Photo credit: X/ ANI)
Mumbai: Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani on Sunday visited Mumbai’s famous Siddhivinayak Temple to offer prayers and seek blessings of Lord Ganpati. He was accompanied by his wife Nita Ambani, his children Anant Ambani and Isha Ambani Piramal and other family members.
A video, shared by news agency ANI, also showed Isha’s kids present at the temple. Moreover, Mukesh was seen wearing a white kurta and a brown-coloured Nehru jacket. Nita wore a light pink kurta, while Isha chose a blue kurta and a pink dupatta. Meanwhile, Anant was seen in a navy blue collared t-shirt.
Recently, the Ambanis hosted a grand get-together on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi at their residence Antilia, which witnessed the presence of several celebrities. The celebration brought together icons from Bollywood, sports, business, and political fraternities.
On Thursday, Nita participated in Ganesh Visarjan in Mumbai. Her video went viral on social media. The chairperson of Reliance
Foundation looked graceful in a traditional red saree. She paired her impeccable look with a stunning array of diamond and emerald jewellery.
However, it was the Lord Ganpati-inspired necklace, which stole the show. She also wore a pair of heavy earrings, a pair of intricate kadas, and layered necklaces.
The 10-day festival, known as Ganeshotsav, started on September 19 this year. It will end on September 29 with devotees immersing Ganesha idols.
The festive period is also known as 'Vinayak Chaturthi' or 'Vinayak Chavithi'. The festival celebrates Ganesha as the 'God of New Beginnings' and the 'Remover of Obstacles' as well as the god of wisdom and intelligence.
It is celebrated with much fanfare in Mumbai and other parts of Maharashtra with lakhs of devotees converging into mandals to seek blessing from Lord Ganesh.
For the festivities, people bring Lord Ganesh idols to their homes, observe fasts, prepare mouth-watering delicacies, and visit pandals during the festival.
(With ANI inputs)