Top 10 Ideas for Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration in your office-college-school

Ganesha Chaturthi or Ganpati Utsav is a Hindu festival celebrated on the birthday or rebirth of Lord Ganapati, Lord Ganesha is worshipped as the god of knowledge, prosperity and good destiny and traditionally portrayed at the start of all new ventures for his blessings. So On the occasion of Ganesh chaturthi celebration happen everywhere weather it is a school college or office.

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration Games idea for office:

  1. Ganesh Chaturthi Laddoo Treasure Hunt
  2. Ganesha Coloring Page
  3. Ganesha Names Word Search
  4. Crown Making Contest:
     Items:- 3-5 Packs including glue, scissors, laces, sequences, stickers and paper plate.
    How to play:- Make a team of 4-6 people and hand out the pack, give them a time limit of 5 minutes and ask them to make a crown for Lord Ganesha with the given items.
    Here’s a picture of the crowns the teams made and below, the kids who wore them around later.
  5. Ganpati’s lost Trunk:
    Items needed:- Poster of Lord Ganesha
    Another Ganesha Trunk with double tapes
    A classic “Pin The Donkey” version for Ganesh Chaturti.
  6. Feeding Modaks Ganesh chaturthi Game Idea:
    Items: Modaks and Blinfold
    Ganpati loves Modaks and hence having a game with Modaks is a must. For this game, ask teams to pair up with any desired partner.
    Now, one of them sits on the chair while the other stands behind him/her.
    The person standing behind will be blindfolded and from behind is supposed to feed the one sitting on the chair.
    The person on the chair will hold a plate / bowl of a pre-determined number of Modaks.
    They have one minute to finish the task without wasting any Modaks and the team that finishes maximum number of Modaks within a minute will be the winning team!

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration Games idea for Kids:

  1. Dress Up As Ganesha
  2. Ganesha Names Word Search
  3. Ganesha Head Coloring Image
  4. Ganesha Jumble Name Game


  1. Flower Decoration For Ganpati Festival
  2. Guess the different names of ganesha



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