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1) Lalbaug Cha Raja
Where: Ganesh Galli, Lalbaug.
The most famous Sarvajanik Ganapati in Mumbai

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Lalbaugcha Raja

2) Girgaon Cha Raja
Where: Girgaon

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Girgaoncha Raja

3) Rangari Badak Chawl
Where: Lalbaug

Rangari Badak Chawl - Hindu FAQs
Rangari Badak Chawl

4) Khetwadi
Where: Lane 1-12, Khetwadi
There are 12 lanes in Khetwadi and all 12 lanes have their own mandals and their ganpati.

Khetwadich Lane Ganpati - Hindu FAQs
Khetwadich Lane Ganpati

5) GSB Seva Mandal
Where: Ram Mandir, Wadala
The richest Ganpati.

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GSB Seva Mandal

6) Parelcha Raja
Where: parel

Parel Cha Raja
Parel Cha Raja

7) Andhericha Raja
Where: Andheri

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Andheri Cha Raja

8) Sahyadri Krida Mandal
Where: Tilak Nagar

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Sahyadri Krida Mandal

9) Icchapurti Ganesh, Fort
Where: Fort

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Icchapurti Ganesh Fort

10) Keshavji Naik Chawl
Where: Girgaon
Mumbai’s first sarvajanik Ganpati is Keshavji Naik Chawl Ganpati which was started by Lokmanya Tilak in 1893.

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Keshavji Naik Chawl

11) Mumbaicha Raja
Where: Ganesh Galli, Lalbaug.
One of the biggest ganesh murti of mumbai

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Mumbaicha Raja – Ganesh Galli

12) Tejukayacha Raja
Where: Lalbaug

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Tejukaya Cha Raja

13) Chinchpokli Cha Chintamani
Where: Chinchpokli

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Chinchpokli Cha Chintamani

14) Tulsiwadi Cha Maharaja
Where: Tardeo

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Tulsiwadi Cha Maharaja

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siddhivinayak temple Mumbai

Not just huge skyscraper, shopping lanes, Food corners, and fast life. Mumbai have beautiful temples too. Mumbai is named after the local deity known as ‘Goddess Mumbadevi’, who is believed to protect the citizens of this city. So here are the 9 famous temples in Mumbai.

1) The South Indian Bhajana Samaj Matunga

South Indian Bhajana Samaj
South Indian Bhajana Samaj

2) Swaminarayan Mandir dadar

Swaminarayan Mandir dadar
Swaminarayan Mandir dadar

3) Siddhivinayak Temple Dadar, Prabhadevi.

The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh. It is located in Prabhadevi, Mumbai. It was originally built in 1801. It is one of the richest temples in Mumbai.

siddhivinayak temple Mumbai
siddhivinayak temple Mumbai

4) ISKON teple – Radha Ras Bihari Temple, Juhu, Mumbai.

Radha Ras Bihari Temple, Juhu, Mumbai
Radha Ras Bihari Temple, Juhu, Mumbai

5)Mumbadevi Temple Mumbai – from where the city got its name..

Mumba Devi Mandir is an old Hindu temple in the city of Mumbai, dedicated to the goddess Mumba. Mumbai got its name from this temple. It was built in 6th century.

Mumbadevi Temple Mumbai
Mumbadevi Temple Mumbai

6) Mahalaxmi temple – Mahalaxmi, Mumbai

is one of the most famous temples of Mumbai situated on Bhulabhai Desai Road in Mahalaxmi area. The temple was built in 1831.

Mahalaxmi Temple Mumbai
Mahalaxmi Temple Mumbai

7) Global Vipassana Pagoda Mumbai.

The Global Vipassana Pagoda is a Meditation Hall near Gorai, North-west of Mumbai, India. The pagoda is to serve as a monument of peace and harmony.

Global Vipassana Pagoda Mumbai
Global Vipassana Pagoda Mumbai

8) Balaji Temple Rajagopuram Nerul, Navi Mumbai

Balaji Temple Rajagopuram Nerul,  Navi Mumbai
Balaji Temple Rajagopuram Nerul, Navi Mumbai

9)Babulnath temple Mumbai

Babulnath is an ancient Shiva temple in Mumbai, India. Situated on a small hillock near Girgaum Chowpatty, it is one of oldest temples in the city.

Babulnath temple Mumbai | Hindu FAQs
Babulnath temple Mumbai

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Gudi Padva

1. Two women dressed up for Gudi Padva in Maharashtra

Gudi Padva
Two women dressed up for Gudi Padva in Maharashtra

 

2. Little girl showing Kathi game in front of crowd on Gudi Padwa

Gudi Padwa
Little girl showing Kathi game in front of crowd on Gudi Padwa

3. Women’s Bike rally for Gudi Padva in Pune

Bike rally for Gudi Padva 2015
Women’s Bike rally for Gudi Padva in Pune

4. Gudi Padva rally in Mumbai

Gudi Padva rally in Mumbai
Gudi Padva rally in Mumbai

5. Manjari phadnis Gudi Padwa photo 2015

Manjari phadnis Gudi Padwa photo 2015
Manjari phadnis Gudi Padwa photo 2015

6.  Manjari phadnis Gudi Padwa photo 2015

Manjari phadnis Gudi Padwa photo 2015
Manjari phadnis Gudi Padwa photo 2015

7.  Ready Made Gudi Models for sale 

Ready Made Gudi Models for sale
Ready Made Gudi Models for sale

8.  Dhol pathak performing on Gudi Padva

Dhol pathak performing on Gudi Padva
Dhol pathak performing on Gudi Padva

9.  Miniature Gudi in an Office

Miniature Gudi in an Office
Miniature Gudi in an Office

10.

One of the women biker in rally for Gudi Padva in Maharashtra
One of the women biker in rally for Gudi Padva in Maharashtra

11. A Dhol pathak performing their play on Gudi Padva in Maharashtra

A Dhol pathak performing their play on Gudi Padva in Maharashtra
A Dhol pathak performing their play on Gudi Padva in Maharashtra

12.  Women bikers in rally dressed up traditional costume rally for Gudi Padva in Maharashtra

Women bikers in rally dressed up traditional costume rally for Gudi Padva in Maharashtra
Women bikers in rally dressed up traditional costume rally for Gudi Padva in Maharashtra

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