In this article, I will show you how to write reports on Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration. These kinds of reports can be classified into two categories:
So our today's presentation will be based on both these categories. Each category will be mentioned prior to every report. Hopefully, this session will help you to learn the method of writing reports on the Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration. So without further delay, let's jump directly into the topic.
Example 1 [Newspaper Report]
Reported by Ritin Jha, Special Correspondent, Republic Media
Mumbai; 12 February 2020: The members and associates of Mukund Cooperative Society marked Ganesh Chaturthi in the society compound with great fervour and fidelity yesterday. Every year, they celebrate this festival with great passion and devotion.
Mukund Cooperative Society is famous in its locality for celebrating this annual festival with vigorous splendour. Men, women, children as well as old people participate in this event intending to bring happiness, contentment, positivity, entertainment, refreshment and fun all together by uniting among themselves.
This event has become successful due to the efforts of Mr Gopaldas Sikhar, the Manager of the cooperative society. The whole stage was beautifully aligned with bright lamps and lights along with magnificent flowers. The aroma of the flowers along with the fragrance of the incense sticks filled the environment with peace and positivity.
The puja rituals began at 9:00 when the idol of Lord Ganesha was venerated by all the members. The Lord was offered prayers and invocations, followed by Aartis as well as distribution of Prasad among the members. The arrival of Lord Ganesha was welcomed by the tunes of “Dhol” and “Tasha” like all other years.
Example 2 [Magazine Report]
By Aarti Agarwal, Cultural Secretary
On 5th September 2019, on the occasion of ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’, the students, teachers and the staff of our School welcomed Lord Ganesha by installing an idol of Lord Ganesha on our school premises.
Our principal Dr A. K. Pradhan said, he always organises such functions and events in the school so as to preserve and promote Indian traditions, cultures and values among the youth. The festival was celebrated for seven days. The arrangement of Puja and decoration of our school was well managed by the Students' council. Our school was lavishly ornamented using fragrant candles and vibrant flowers.
The event began on 5th September as the principal illuminated the lamps; students sang Ganesh Vandana while all the members offered their prayers to the Lord. A Havan was conducted followed by a grand Aarti and Puspanjali respectively.
Then the Prasad was distributed among members. A table was set up in the hall to serve a considerable variety of sweets, confectionaries and dishes to the attendees of the ceremony. The program was concluded with the students' performance of various cultural programs to refresh and entertain everybody.
Example 3 [Magazine Report]
By Ayesha Siddiqui
Vinayaka Chavithi, also referred to as Ganesh Chaturthi is dedicated to the Lord of New beginnings, Lord Ganesha, every year.
Like every year, this year also, our school celebrated this festival with utmost fervour. All the students from classes 1 to 12, teachers, staff and guardians were cordially invited to be a part of this program.
The student council took the responsibility to embellish the school with colour papers, flowers, leaves, candles, lights and lamps. The stage was ornamented beautifully to welcome Lord Ganesha.
All the participants offered their prayers with great devotion, with the belief of the Lord will bestow his presence to remove all the obstacles and troubles from people’s lives. Prasad was distributed among all.
A Community Bhoj was organised in which various traditional foods and beverages were served to the people. A small inter-school cultural program was organised by the students of the school. Many participants from the students performed various dance performances wearing bright, colourful costumes.
They enacted a small skit. An orchestra was also conducted. This event brought a sense of unity among all the participants and gave a set of unforgettable memories to those who had witnessed this event.
Example 4 [Newspaper Report]
Reported by Pragati Kayal, Staff Reporter
Guwahati; 12 February 2021: After nearly seven months since the deadly virus, COVID-19 has pervaded our nation, people across the country have been trying to adapt themselves with respect to the changing environment. Schools, offices and various institutions got hampered and closed since then.
Thousands of people had lost their lives, some had lost their jobs whereas some had lost their families. These tough times had tweaked the traditional ethics and festivities keeping the festive temper intact. Stringent lockdowns and social distancing norms had restricted people from gathering to celebrate any festival together. The theme of the last year mostly revolved around the deadly virus.
Local artisans and sculptors made various innovative idols and statues of Lord Ganesha. This year, in Guwahati, limiting visits to pandals and confinement of celebrations to one’s home, people stepped aside from their homes taking all precautionary measures of wearing face masks and using sanitisers and brought home the idols of Ganesha.
Lord Ganesha, Lord of new beginnings was worshipped with great fervour amidst this pandemic. People decorated their homes and embellished them with flowers, lights and lamps and celebrated with their families, spending considerable time with them. Various sweets and dishes were prepared and distributed among neighbours.
So that's it for today: Report Writing on Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration. I hope this writing helps you. Please let me know if you have any queries and suggestions regarding this report by leaving a quick comment just below the article. I'll get back to you soon.