Two to three canoes are tied together for putting up a platform on which villagers enact creative scenes from mythology.
Before the visarjan of seven-day Ganeshas in the river, the Cumbarjua canal comes alive with colourful display of sangodds and people on the banks of the river eagerly watching the sailing parade of floats.
A sangodd depicting a mythological scene from the life of Ravana.
Creativity was at its best when the God of death and justice, Yamraj, made his way to Cumbarjua on a well-displayed sangodd.
On the occasion, one can find youngsters with their faces and bodies painted with different colours.