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All reviews small lake old mumbai pune highway original temple main road peaceful place no rush long queue beautiful temple bus stand ample parking space railway station idol vinayak wishes khopoli expressway lord
Temple is nice. Both Pali and this temple can be covered same day. They should at least keep a signboard on the main road mentioning the directions to this temple. Other than that its worth visit. Parking they charge 20rs. Less crowd during weekdays.
Gritsamada suspected his mother Mukunda of infidelity and cursed that she should become a thorny Bhor tree. She in turn cursed him that he would father a demon-child. When the truth was known, both realised their folly but it was too late. A forlorn Gritsamada...More
The Lord Ganesha idol of this temple is known as Varada Vinayak & its a swayambu (self originated). The Lord Ganesha idol faces the east, has its trunk to the left . The temple is located three kilometers off the Pune-Mumbai highway near Khopoli
I went there on Maghi Chaturthi. There was a long queue but there was shed also to stand. We had darshan in 2hrs. You can actually touch the Ganpati. This temple is considered very sacred and is amongst Ashtavinayak. It is believed that the wishes...More
Located 1km off from main road. Can be easily reached via buses . Bus stand is 5 m away from Khopoli railway station. Only problem is to walk 1km from main road till temple unless you have your own vehicle. Seems safe but highly secluded...More
If you have faith in God and are fond of lord Ganesha, then this temple should be in your places to visit list. It is one of the Ashtavinayaks and is located at a comfortable 2 hour drive from Mumbai/Thane. It is not much crowded...More
I liked this temple very much because of two reasons
1. One can touch feet of lord ganesha and offer puja by himeslf/ herself, no harassment by purohit/pandit like most of the temples in India.
2. Line for darshan is very well maintained and disciplined....More
One of the Ashtavinayak which is close from Khopoli Railway Station. To reach there either one can take auto or take bus with minimum fare.
After taking bus one has to get down at Mahad (main road) and start walking down by taking left. It...More