Today is the first day of the Ganesh Chaturthi festivities, and a large number of Bollywood celebrities have greeted Lord Ganesha as he returned to his house. One of them is Shah Rukh Khan, who just posted a photo on his Instagram account of the magnificent statue of Lord Ganesha that he brought into his house over the holiday season, together with his son AbRam Khan. In addition to sharing this photo with his followers, Shah Rukh Khan also shared his newfound knowledge with them. As soon as he uploaded this photo, his supporters immediately showered him with a lot of positive feedback in the comments area.
On the joyous occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan greeted Lord Ganesha as he returned home on Wednesday.
In addition to that, he talked about the lessons that he had learned from the celebration while sharing a photograph of himself and his son Abram sat in front of the idol.
“Little one and I greeted Ganpatiji when he returned home….the modaks that followed were excellent…
The lesson that may be taken away from this is that if you put in the effort, don’t give up, and have confidence in God, you can make your goals come true. He captioned the photo with the phrase “Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to everybody.”
Bringing Lord Ganesha inside his house is not something that SRK has done for the first time. Every year, he and his family—wife Gauri Khan, children Aryan, Suhana, and Abram—celebrate the event at their luxurious mansion, Mannat, with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm.
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On Wednesday, Shah Rukh Khan and his younger son, AbRam, greeted their guest, Lord Ganesha, who had returned home. Khan took to social media to post a photo of their hero along with an encouraging message. “Ganpatiji was greeted at home by my little one and I….the modaks that followed were scrumptious…. The lesson that may be taken away from this is that if you put in the effort, don’t give up, and have confidence in God, you can make your goals come true. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to everyone”.