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“Best Temple I visited till now in my life”

Bawkhaleshwar temple
Ranked #8 of 53 things to do in Navi Mumbai
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed July 29, 2014

First of all the overall layout of the temple ( 3 similar or identical temples ) is majestic. An artificial pond ( huge enough to be said as a minilake ) is created which gets filled by the natural water coming off from mountain especially during monsoons.

I have never ever seen such a clean temple anywhere especially during monsoon season. The most important point is as it is not so much popular there is no rush. We stood in front of Ganesh Idol for approx 10 minutes.

Must visit during monsoon season with your family, relatives and guests. People of every age group would like it. Recommended duration 1 hour.

6  Thank Abhinav A
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

Our couple friends pushed us to accompany them to this little known temple in the MIDC area in Navi Mumbai. Go towards turbhe and then MIDC area of Navi Mumbai, locals should guide you.
I was totally taken aback by the sprawling complex. With the backdrop of the mountains on one side, waterfalls et al the three marble sanctum sanctorum look like 3 white lilies in a pond.
The first one is the Shiv-ling beautiful adorned, the second a marble Ganeshji and the the third a Devi - maybe Parvati?
The Shiv ling and the Devi are made in black stone and hence stand out a bit more. since this is a new temple, you dont have too many restrictions against cameras and bags and going too close to the idols either.
My friend mentioned that every single timehe has come here, there have been significant improvements
I did feel the lack of a priest or someone to give out Prasad. I also felt there should have been boards depicting the names of the Gods. The reason is, somesaid the Devi was a local goddess - or Gaavdevi, some said Shakti, I felt it could be Parvati, depicting the family. But im going to cut it some slack since it is new, and extremely well maintained. Maybe i reached at 7 pm so I missed the aarti.This place is a visual treat for the eyes and is serene. It did not have the usual hullabuloo of other temples. This one is to watch for because it is going to be very famous soon.

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