Dissolving an eco-friendly Ganesha murti at home

Dissolving an eco-friendly Ganesha murti at home is a simple and environmentally safe process.

Here’s a step-by-step guide:

Materials Needed

A large bucket or tub of water

The eco-friendly Ganesha murti

Stirring stick (optional)

1. Select a Suitable Container: Choose a large bucket, tub, or any container that can hold enough water to submerge the murti completely. If the murti is large, you might need a bigger container or consider dissolving it in parts.

2. Fill with Water: Fill the container with clean water. Ensure the water level is sufficient to fully submerge the murti.

3. Submerge the Murti: Gently place the eco-friendly Ganesha murti into the water. If it’s too large, you can break it into smaller pieces to facilitate easier dissolution.

4. Let It Dissolve: Allow the murti to sit in the water. Eco-friendly murtis made from clay or natural materials will start dissolving on their own. This process can take several hours to a few days depending on the size and material of the murti.

5. Stir Occasionally: You can use a stirring stick to gently stir the water occasionally to speed up the dissolution process.

6. Final Disposal: Once the murti is fully dissolved, you’ll be left with a clayey or muddy mixture. This can be safely poured into your garden soil or a potted plant. The natural materials will act as a nutrient for the plants.

Additional Tips

* Outdoor Option: If you have a garden or a backyard, you can place the murti in a large tub outside. This allows for natural elements like rain to aid in the dissolution process.

* Avoid Pollution: Ensure that the dissolved material is disposed of responsibly and does not end up in public water bodies to avoid pollution.

By following these steps, you can respectfully dissolve the eco-friendly Ganesha murti at home, ensuring a sustainable and environmentally conscious celebration.

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