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Pali in Raigad district, near Nagothane is the third stop of the Ashtavinayak circuit to pray and seek the blessings of Ballaleshwar. He is the only Ashtavinayak who is named after an ardent devotee of his.
Ballal was a small boy who lived here and...More
Ballaleshwar temple is one of the eight temples of Lord Ganesha.
Among Ganesha temples, Ballaleshwar is the only incarnation of Ganesha that is known by his devotee's name. It is located in the village of Pali which is at a distance of 58 km from...More
The murti of Vinayaka sits on a stone throne, facing east with its trunk . there are two murtis over there first you have to visit (Dhundi Vinayak) then you have visit Ballaleshwar. long story (but you can get it into Wikipedia about the story)
We were on a field trip to Karjat and took some time off to visit this wonderful temple which is one of the eight holy shrines.
The temple is located in the town of Pali, off Mumbai-Pune highway and approximately 10-11kms before Nagothane on the...More
I had booked kesari tours to visit ashtavinayak temples last week. This booking was done at least 2 months back and with specific request that driver who will be sent must have done this leg recently . Obviously my desire was to have his experience...More
Pali’s Ballaleshwar is one of the Ashtavinayak temples. Its situated in the village and falls on the way to Konkan and hence you may like to take Darshan here. Normally not too crowded and also not too inside the main highway and hence if you...More
This is one of the temple of famous Ashtavinayak Temples in Maharashtra. This Temple has been build by Peshwas. Its one of the famous spiritual place located approximately 110 km from Pune & Mumbai.
You can also visit near by warm water spring at Unhere...More
One of the eight holy shrines around Pune dedicated to lord Ganesha. Our first visit and hope to visit again soon. A good time here would be during weekdays. These places are usually crowded during weekends and some auspicious days. Beware of the entry point....More