Anant Chaturdashi is the Ganesh festival’s last day. On this day the idol of Ganapati is immersed in a river, lake, or sea which is also known as Ganapati Visarjan. This festival is celebrated mainly in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Gujarat in India. The festival falls on the fourteenth day of Bhadrapad month and is observed on the tenth day after Ganesh Chaturthi. Both males and females wear a sacred thread of Anant Chaudas around the neck, or arm, or sometimes tie it at the main entrance of their homes. It is believed that by doing this Lord Ganesh will bless them with prosperity, happiness, and wealth while leaving the house and will take away all their sorrows and miseries.