Parsi family from Mumbai visits Gujarat every year to revere Lord Ganesha

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Navsari (Gujarat), Sep 24 (ANI): For last many years, Navsari district in Gujarat is considered to be the abode of religious communion. As per history, the city has been induced to Parsi, Islamic, Hinduism and several other cultures for centuries forming its rich cultural and religious diversity. Upholding rich amalgamation of traditions, every year Parsis, Hindus, Muslims and several other devotees of Lord Ganesha gather at Navsari to celebrate Ganesha Chaturthi, a ten day Hindu festival. Making religious camaraderie more evident in the city, a Parsi family has been visiting Navsari for last fifteen years during the Hindu festival. One of the members from a Parsi family was seen so devoted to the Hindu Lord Ganesha that she left her job at a multi-national company in Mumbai and came to Navsari to worship her beloved lord Ganesha. Festivals in India are celebrated with such a grandeur and resplendence that although belonging to diversified faiths, people in India come together to celebrate all the festivals irrespective of any particular religion.

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