By Dharminder Balach
On Saturday, the Ganesh Chaturthi festival kicked off in Rahim Yar Khan at the Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Bhong, with the traditional fervour.
Ganesh festival is celebrated by the Hindu community every year in August-September to revere the god, Ganesh. The festival lasts for ten days.
At the festival, people distribute prasada or sweets which are considered to be the favourite of Ganesh, the elephant-headed deity.
Here are some glimpses of the event which attracted a large number of people from the Hindu community across the country.
Dharminder Balach works with Pak Voices as a citizen journalist from Rahim Yar Khan.
All photos by the author.