A Dahi Handi Rises To 49 Feet In Thane With Raj Thackeray’s Blessings


In Mumbai suburb Thane, a "dahi handi" has been hung at 49 feet early today, more than twofold the stature permitted by the Supreme Court just yesterday.

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Be that as it may, Avinash Jadhav, the man arranging Janamashtmi festivities here is clear he takes his requests just from his supervisor Raj Thackeray, head of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena or MNS.

Mr Thackeray hosts told laborers of his gathering that the celebration, which praises the introduction of Lord Krishna, will be watched today "the way it's intended to be."

The laborers find in that the indication that while they regard the Supreme Court, they require not take after its decision. "The Supreme Court can't direct how we praise our celebrations. In the event that I violate the law then I will go to imprison for this," said Mr Jadhav.

Mr Thackeray is required to visit Thane tonight for the Dahi handi. Policemen posted there have viewed the handi being readied throughout the morning yet have not mediated as such. Some were seen clicking selfies as the members were adapting to begin celebrations.

In Maharashtra on Janamashtmi, dahi handis or earthern pots topped with curd are hung off high on posts. Human pyramids are worked by members, who call themselves "Govindas" and contend to achieve the pot and break it.

The Supreme Court denied yesterday to reexamine its request that the tallness of the handi ought to be close to 20 feet.

"To build the tallness is exceptionally alarming," the court saw on a request by a Mumbai based gathering to raise the stature. "It is safe to say that you are getting an Olympic award additionally for this? At that point we will be cheerful," the court had inquired.

The Thane handi will get no decorations, however at 49 feet, the coordinators are endeavoring to crush a world record set by a Mumbai-based gathering that had a handi at 43 feet a few years prior. That made it to the Guinness book of World Records, dahi handi aficionados have called attention to.

The top court has additionally banned those beneath 18 from taking part in the pyramids. There have been mishaps in past years in which individuals, including youngsters, have been executed or harmed in the wake of tumbling off the pyramid. A year ago, 300 individuals were harmed and one individual was murdered amid dahi handi merriments in Maharashtra.

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