3 Famous Temples in MumbaiDecember 5, 2015
If you have come to a trip to Mumbai, then you sure must visit the famous temples in mumbai. The temples listed below are visited by everyone irrespective of the status. There are billionaires, the hard working middle class and the poor, who are all equal in front of the deity here.
List of Famous Temples in Mumbai
1. ‘Siddhivinayak’ Ganapati Temple
Its located at one of the busiest spots in the city: Dadar. Hence, devotees must be ready to see a bit of traffic and rush. Its 1.5 kms from Dadar station on the western line. Ganesh Ji is worshipped first before starting any new activity for he being called a destroyer of obstacles (Vignaharta). It is even visited very frequently by the famous bollywood stars and business tycoons. Out of all the temples in mumbai, this temple is like the most popular among the masses. Large number or devotees come to this temples specifically on tuesday, so one should plan properly for the visit for this day. However, On other days of the week also, there is good number of visitor turnout.
SK Bole Marg,
Phone:022 2437 3626
http://www.siddhivinayak.org/ – Official Link of the Siddhivinayak temple.
Use the above link to find details of updated timings and other informations about the temple.
NRIs and Foreigners can in fact book a darshan in advance here .
Devotees can also do a live darshan online at their official site.
2. ‘ISKON’ Juhu KrishnaTemple
Iskon Juhu is one of the most beautiful temple of Krisha Ji constructed in the country. Situated in Juhu and is easily accessible from Andheri station on the western line of Mumbai. The temples in mumbai are not only beautiful inside, but are beautiful from outside also and this is an example of sheer beauty.
Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari Temple
Hare Krishna Land
Juhu, Mumbai 400049
Tel: 022 – 26206860
Fax: 022 – 26205214
http://www.iskconmumbai.com/ – Official Link of the Iskon Juhu temple.
You can use the above link to find the Timings and accommodation details.
3. Mahalaskmi Temple
This temple is abode to three deities Shree Mahakali(Durga: Destroyer of Demon), Shree Mahalakshmi(Goddess of Wealth) and Shree Mahasaraswati (Goddess of Learning). It is located near to Mahalakshmi and Mumbai Central station on the western line. Like the other temples, this is also at a close distance from the station.
Shree Mahalakshmi Temple Charities
Bhulabhai Desai Road,
Tel No. : 022-2351 4732
Fax No. : 022-2351 3831
http://mahalakshmi-temple.com/ – Official Link of the Mahalakshmi Temple.
You can also use the url above to find more details if required.
Location Map of Above Temples in Mumbai
As all the temples listed above are located close to railway stations on the western line, devotees can avoid long drive on private transport and instead opt for the trains if possible.
Other Important Temples in Mumbai
In addition to above list of temples, other significant temples in mumbai are Mumbadevi temple, Babulnath temple, Iskon Chowpatty and Shri Swaminarayan temple.
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