Exhibiting Annual Saga (Pearls) Ganesh Rangoli Every Year Since 1961

Mohan Kumar Khatau Dodecha (Born on 23rd October 1943) from Maharashtra, India has been creating rangoli with sago (sabudana) every year during Ganesh Festival in Mulund West Mumbai, Maharashtra since 1961. Normally the sizes of rangoli vary from 175 cm x 225 cm to 220 cm x 250 cm. He used about 10 lacs sago (pearl) with 250 to 300 coloured shades weighing approx. 40 Kilograms to make each Rangoli. It took more than 1000 hours to complete each sago Ganesh Rangoli.

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