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Since the time festivals became such an important part of our lives, and the planning behind celebrating a festival so that it not only becomes a memorable occasionbut a testament to our faith, festivals have been an accompaniment without which no celebration is complete.

Stunning chrysanthemums color with red carnations.

Ganesh Chaturthi is arguably one of the most elaborately celebrated as well as revered festivals in Mumbai. It is an occasion that holds testament to the love and respect people in Mumbai have for the god of prosperity. As such, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with a pomp and show which truly represents Mumbais spirit of never ending joy and excitement.

Withonline flower deliveryin Mumbaibecoming popular and a household staple, the inclusion of flowers in the celebration of this festival comes as no surprise.

Lord Ganesha Idol with beautiful flower arrangements

Stunning rainbow roses

Navratri is the celebration of the goddess Durga and her incarnations. Navratri is not only the festival of worshiping a deity, it also signifies and symbolizes women power and the victory of good over evil. As such, Navratri is a festival which holds a special place in all of our hearts.

The most important aspect of these preparations for Navratri is, of course, flowers. Flowers are used in almost every aspect of this festival, whether decking up the venue where the idols are kept, or the idol itself.

Navratri Durga Puja

Oriental Lilies surrounded by a bed of chrysanthemums.

Apart from Ganesh Chaturthi & Navratri, there are many other festivals in which flowers play an important role.

You can order flowers online and celebrate any Indian festival with pure devotion & holiness.

Thank YouMay Flower39/1013 Adarsh Nagar, Prabhadevi,Near Old Passport Office,Opposite Century BazaarMumbai 400030http://www.mayflower.in/