Varadvinayak Temple

May 11, 13 Varadvinayak Temple

The Varadvinayak Temple is located at Mahad village of Raigad District of Maharastra. The temple is east facing and is bounded by figures of 8 elephants on the entire region. The northern side of the Varadvinayak Temple marks the mouth of a cow and is known as Gomukh. There is an oil lamp in this shrine which is said to be burning always since 1892. This temple also has the idol of Mushika, Navagraha Devtas and Shivalinga. There are 4 elephant idols

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Siddhivinayak Temple

May 11, 13 Siddhivinayak Temple

The Siddhivinayak Temple is situated in Prabhadevi, Mumbai. The temple is devoted to Lord Ganesha. The four armed Ganesh bears a lotus, an axe, modakas, and a garland of beads. The Siddhivinayak Mandir grows from a small, little place of worship to the Grand Temple that stands these days in the later half of

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Kapaleshwar Temple

May 11, 13 Kapaleshwar Temple

The Kapaleshwar Temple is located at Nashik. On the banks of the Godavari River near Ramkund it is located. To Lord Shiva the temple is dedicated. The most exceptional characteristic of this temple is that it does not have the statue of Nandi which is there in each other temples of Lord Shiva. Kapaleshwar is with the very oldest temple one in Town. The Temple is modernized by “Peshwe”. You can also observe that this exacting Shiva temple don’t have any Nandi since Nandi recommended to Lord Shiva about the taking bath in Ramkund for cleaning his sin that is by mistake once lord shiva killed a cow and because of this Lord shiva adopted Nandi as his Guru. Kapaleshwar temple was built in the fourteenth century. It is situated to the east of Ramakund. This temple has a legend connected with it.


Kalpaleshwar Temple

 The story at the back it is that once lord Shiva by fault killed a cow. In order to free from this sin Nandi told him to go to Nasik and take a bath in Ramkund. Lord Shiva went to Nasik and took a bath in Ramkund. As per Nandi’s instruction Lord Shiva came at Nashik and cleaned his sin by taking a bath in Ramkund. And behind that he had completed some JAP, the place where now the Temple is located. Subsequently he had chanted some mantra where the temple is at present situated. At every Monday and at Pradosh 6.30 PM there is a Pooja at Ramkunda Ganga Ghat of Shree Kapaleshwar Mandir. Numerous peoples come up to for Darshan in this Mandir every day. A lot of peoples arrange Shree Satyanarayan Pooja in the month of Shravana here. Some peoples 101 make pradakshina to this mandir to full their wishes.


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Tirupathi Balaji Temple

May 11, 13 Tirupathi Balaji Temple

Balaji Temple at Nerul, Mumbai is the precise replica of Balaji Temple at Tirupati. This temple is built on the position of Venkateshwara Temple at Tirupati and has been constructed according to the Shilpashastras. Surround the major temple the other temples are Vidya Ganapati Temple, Shri Padmavati Devi Temple, Hanumana Temple, Vishvakasena Temple, Ramanuja Temple, and Lakshmi Nrisimha Temple. At the back the Ardha Mandapam, there is the ‘Garbha Griham’. Moreover the idols of Shri Rama, Sita, Lakshmana and Anjaneya, Shri Krishna with Rukmini are there. Because a replica of the Tirupathi Balaji Temple, the Balaji Temple of Nerul, and Maharashtra stands erect. Within the temple there is the Bali Peethan and a high Dhwaja Stambha. There is also the Ardha Mantapam and Garbha Griham is constructed in granite stones which are also the exact replica of the Tirupathi temple.



Tirupathi Balaji Temple
The idol of Balaji is placed at Garbha Griham. At the right foot of the lord is a small silver idol, which is called ‘Bhoga Srinivasa’ or ‘Kautuka Bera’. This idol takes in the essence of the Lord and is freely bonded to the major ‘Moolavar’ idol by a string. In addition other idols like Shrinivasa with Sridevi and Bhoodevi made of ‘Pancha Loha’ known as Utsava idols images for festivities. Thousands of devotees come here to listen to Bhajans, Keertans, Pravachans, and Kalyana Utsavam. Bali Peetham’ and the tall ‘Dhwaja Stambham’ can be seen as one enters the temple. After that to the Bali Peetham and the Dwaja Stambham, a flight of steps leads to the ‘Tiru Mamani Mandapam’. The structure of the Mani Mandapam has been built stood on present architectural practices. The cement concrete surfaces are being dubbed with elegantly carved granite stones. The Balaji Temple, Nerul, Navi Mumbai maintains a chappal stand, which aids the worshipper in keeping their footgear in safety.



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Mumbadevi temple

May 11, 13 Mumbadevi temple

The six centuries old Mumbadevi Temple is located in Bhuleshwar, Mumbai. Devoted towards goddess Mumbadevi, the city of Mumbai was given name after the Mumbadevi Temple. Mumbadevi is a Koli goddess, who is believed to be the unique inhabitant of Mumbai. Mumbadevi is flanked by a tiger in front that is believed to

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Kailash temple

May 11, 13 Kailash temple

Kailash temple is situated at Ellora caves, the Kailash temple is world’s biggest and most complex rock cut architecture. This temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and has been carved out of a single rock. The architecture of the temple can be separated into four parts are the temple itself, the entry grate,

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