Wonderful temple for the powerful Ganesha deity - large temple which is very well maintained in a clean premises. There is also Hanuman deity in the temple.
There are queues to get in for the darshan, so you can get the Rs.50 ticket for a shorter queue.
It works well till one gets inside the sanctum - once in, unfortunately, it is a free for all and very chaotic with people bumping each other. So, take care while going with children or the elderly.
Tip: You don't need to leave your shoes and sandals in the shops outside and pay - there is a free chappal service inside the temple premises.
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