The famous Maharashtrian festivities of the birth of Ganpati come with modern problems - water-insoluble plaster of Paris, toxic paints and a god that is celebrated and then left desecrated. People argue on continuing the festival in its present form in the name of tradition.
In fact, tradition is the solution.
It was declared the winner at Ecofest 2008 and included in the DVD 'Best of Ecofest'
Was screened as part of Vasundhara international Film Festival's award-winning films section. Vasundhara traveled to several cities and in Nashik 40 schools and their 1200 children made 3000 eco-friendly Ganpatis following the screening of this film.
In July 2009, the film won the Silver Award for Best Film on Environment from the Indian Documentary Producers Association