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“ganpati bappa mourya”

Shree Siddhivinayak
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Located in Mumbai’s central area, Prabhadevi, this temple is the most revered Lord Ganesh temple not only of Maharashtra but also of India.
Reviewed November 18, 2011

visit to mumbai is incomplete without visiting siddhi vinayak.their is special entry werein you payRs 50/ and enter the temple without waiting in line.Tuesday very tough to enter since thousands of people in line to visit the temple.A mandir were lot of beliefs come true and people walk without shoes/chappals from very long distance once their wish is completed

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Reviewed November 17, 2011

A must visit for the religious as lots of people swear by it. I specially like the energy in the inner sanctum area and if you are not religious yet want to feel what pulls in the crowd, just sit there inside on the ground and close your eyes. Forget the crowd around ...

I am religious and its always drawn me.

Be prepared for long queues on tuesday. Lot of folks walk barefoot for miles to visit the temple. On tuesday morning you will come across these devotees.

If on a visit to Mumbai ...do visit and just feel the energy around the place. Temples are now considered a place of worship and religion creeps in. Actually they were suppossed to be places where you can re-charge your enery !!

5  Thank anjudesai3
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Reviewed November 17, 2011

We went early in the morning but the line was about 4 to 5 hours according to the folks we asked. I guess I shouldn't complain about that too much since it is a popular place, however when going through security we were told we cannot take regular cameras through. They also do not have locker facilities, so they suggested that my wife go through first, while I wait holding the camera and then once she returns I go through..so that would be about 10 hours? I don't have a problem with security rules..but the same ban does not apply to cameras in cell phone....I cannot see the logic in this...


I guess a better prepared traveller will know not to take any valuables..maybe my review isn't a true reflection of the whole experience but the security would be better implemented.

Funny how they had like 8 officers there, 6 of them just chilling on chairs

6  Thank itismeap
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Reviewed November 15, 2011

This is Mumbai's most hallowed Ganesh temple, considered powerful in granting noons. Little wonder it is crowded. I have seen crowds lining them road for almost kilometers on holy Tuesdays, but I prefer to go on some weekday afternoon, when crowds are thin.
The entry is a bit confusing, and the flower sellers a but of a nuisance, but you can shop at one of the stalls for flowers or offerings of sweets and leave your footwear in their care for free. The temple is clean and quiet, the idol is beautiful and projects positivity. The priests tending it are not rude or greedy as in many other temples. But one does tend to get pushed around in the inner chamber if trying to get close to the idol.
Parking is a pain, and so is the security, but has to be endured. Worth the feeling of being blessed that one comes away with on a quiet afternoon. Dontthink it will be the same on a full house day, though.

3  Thank Sathya S
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Reviewed November 14, 2011

Siddhivinayak Temple is perhaps the most popular and famous temple in Mumbai. Vinayak is also one of many names of Lord Ganesha. The queues in the temple on Tuesdays are for 5-6 hours minimum. It is a magical and divine experience to have darshan of Bappa here and is an absolutely must do thing for people visiting Mumbai.

Thank ru80
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