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Mahalaxmi Temple

Bandiwade, Ponda 403401, India
+91 832 233 5355
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A kuladeva temple of GSB community

A nice and not to miss temple in Bandoda, Ponda. Along with the Nagesh Maharudra temple, these were... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2017
RanjithKumPrabhu
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Ahmedabad, India
nice temple

visted on diwali, place to visit if you stay on Ponda. here all the temples we visited are of... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
narenkadiri
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Hyderabad, India
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26 Oct 2017
“A kuladeva temple of GSB community”
24 Oct 2017
“nice temple”
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Bandiwade, Ponda 403401, India
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Bandiwade, Ponda 403401, India
+91 832 233 5355
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Reviewed 26 October 2017

A nice and not to miss temple in Bandoda, Ponda. Along with the Nagesh Maharudra temple, these were the only few temples not been demolished by Portugese. It is a Kuladevata of GSB community. Along with this, visit the nearby Nagesh Maharudra temple. Also do...More

Thank RanjithKumPrabhu
Reviewed 24 October 2017

visted on diwali, place to visit if you stay on Ponda. here all the temples we visited are of almost similar structure.

Thank narenkadiri
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Close to Ponda and surrounded by some other temples this is one of the beautiful temples in South Goa. Has canteen facility. Temple premises are clean and have bungalows constructed inside which seem to be a recent development. As with many South Goa temples it...More

1  Thank Samir P
Reviewed 31 January 2017

This temple is situated near Ponda, with beautiful architecture and deity, Peaceful environment and the place is kept clean.Nice place to spend some time and pray in a very calm atmosphere

1  Thank kasanadivenkatesha
Reviewed 5 July 2016 via mobile

The Mahalaxmi Temple is one of the oldest temples in Panaji city. The temple is managed by trustees belonging to the GSB community of Goa as it was built by their ancestors. The members of this community are brahmins typical to this part of the...More

2  Thank DevanshC96
Reviewed 21 May 2016

Another old temple in Goa but a MUST visit The Goddess is very beautiful and well adorned Went in the late morning so hardly any crowd and could spend time at peace here Feel blessed with wealth and prosperity and good health once you visit...More

1  Thank SundarTraveller
Reviewed 30 April 2016

Ofcourse, the temple is beautiful, clean, peaceful and yet another jagrut Mandir in Goa. The Temple Pujari's / Bhatt's are extremely approachable, down to earth and helpful. One unique feature of the Mandir, is that invariably will you find a group of sparrows in the...More

1  Thank ajeyamehta
Reviewed 6 April 2016 via mobile

I had gone there to gift a statue to the temple but the clerk said that a receipt is required. As it was a gift there was no receipt.The temple has Navadurga paintings worth a look. The architecture is superb.This Goddess is dear to me...More

1  Thank Raghupati B
Reviewed 18 March 2016

Ponda has a many temples and Mahalaxmi temple is one of the most visited one.It was build in twelfth century.Beautiful architecture,auspicious idol and nice ambiance makes this place worth a visit.There is a house build in the premises which is owned by Late Madhavi Desai...More

1  Thank vinodkhedkar
Reviewed 19 January 2016

Pilgrimage travel. Goa Tourism on the pattern of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamilnadu should start a Temple and Churches Tour. This temple is a great place for prayers and meditation

Thank JAYPARKHE
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