This Chocolate Ganesha Will Be Transformed Into The Smiles Of Hundreds Of Underprivileged Kids

The Logical Indian

September 9th, 2016

Source: Rintu Kalyani Rathod

He is born again… and this time almost 5 feet tall. The world knows him as the chocolate Ganesha but I know it’s not just chocolate, he is born out of my soul. It took me more than 50 kg of chocolate, 60 hours and tremendous amount of love.

Like every year he will stay in this form for five days and then he will be transformed into the smiles of hundreds of underprivileged kids. As always Visarjan will be in milk and then those children will become one with the divinity forever when they will consume the chocolate milk as prasad. Afterall, bappa’s favourite place to reside is inside us, nowhere else.

I have kept my promise made to Bappa. This year have taught choco Bappa to as many people as I can. People have adopted this concept across the globe. Change is definitely happening. He is born again, my labour of love.


– Rintu Kalyani Rathod

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