Eco-Ganesha Workshop

Half-Day Workshop on Basics Studio Pottery and making your own Eco Friendly Ganesha.... 

Let’s welcome our favourite God, Lord Ganesha, this year in an Eco-Friendly and Natural Way. Learn to make your own Ganesha Idol using basic techniques of Studio Pottery. We will be using natural clay. You can carry back the Idol of Lord Ganesha that you have made with your own hands.

What you will take back with you

An Eco-Friendly Idol of Lord Ganesha
A handout on basic of pottery and eco-friendly celebrations
Learn Skills on Studio Pottery


Mahim Nature Park (Maharashtra Nature Park)
Bandra-Sion Road

Date: September 15, 2012
Batch 1: 9 am to 12:30 pm
Batch 2: 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Camp Fee:

Rs.600 per head.
For  2 or more persons registering together Rs.500/- per head.
Discounts available only to those who register in advance with full payment.
Camp Fee includes Introduction Workshop on Studio Pottery and Sculpting of Lord Ganesh Idol using Natural Clay
Tips on Creating Eco-Friendly Pandal and immersion of Idol in a eco-friendly manner
500 Grams Wet Clay for sculpting 
Small Snack

Participants can buy Ready Wet Clay @60 Per KG. (We will make arrangement clay based on advanced order).

Carry your own water bottle and snacks.

Contact: M. Asif - 9619182010 or SMS - 9821081566
email: /

Limited seats per batch..


All around us we see various pandals and house-holds celebrating the much loved festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. While the celebrations are a happy occasion, the aftermath of the celebrations are quite unhappy with non-bio-degradable material littered all around us.

As an effort to educate the people on the importance to use eco-friendly methods to celebrate festivals, we at Nature Knights have devised this workshop. Nature Knights is a group that promotes eco-friendly activities from nature walks, to workshops with over 20 year long experience in this field.

So to welcome our favourite God, Lord Ganesha, in a eco-friendly and natural way we are teaching participants to make their own Ganesha idols and how to reclaim and reuse the clay after the ‘Visarjan’. Besides this we will be educating them on using recycled, bio-degradable material for decorations.


Batch 1
Program Details
Batch 2
9:15 am
A short talk on the importance of eco-friendly celebrations; disadvantages/harmful effects of non-eco-friendly material; need to adapt natural and eco-friendly methods in celebrations and festivities
10:15 am
Participants will learn the basic techniques of studio pottery like coiling, pinching, slab, etc
10:15 am to 10:30am:
10:30am to 12:15pm
Making of the Ganesha idols from natural clay using studio pottery techniques.
12:15pm to
12:30 pm
Tips and ideas for eco-friendly celebration and the visarjan of Lord Ganesha. Reclaiming the clay after the immersion to be used for idol making or gardening

Note: If you have a batch of 15 to 20 participants we can do this workshop in Mumbai at a special cost on any week days as per mutual convenience. 

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