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“ganpati mandir.”

Titwala Ganesh Mandir
Ranked #1 of 63 things to do in Thane
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Reviewed January 8, 2014

good temple for worship n visit..long way to reach if you r going by road..better take a train n den hop on to a tonga to reach..

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Reviewed December 26, 2013

Located at 120kms from Nashik , in the district of Thane in Maharashtra is this very historical temple named as Siddhivinayak Mahaganapati Mandir. The actual idol is known to have been consecrated by sage Kanva,worshiped by devi Shakuntala & it is believed that Bharatha was conceived here. The present Diety has been restored by the peshwas. The temple is still a good darshan sthal. It is housed in a wada like structure reminiscent of the peshwa houses, with an upper floor landing which fulfills your need to spend longer time in darshan of the lord unobtrusively.The deity has a quiet demeanor. The ambiance of the temple is relaxed & so are the pundits & temple staff . The Hawkers outside the premise are not intimidating. The lake alongside has recreational facilities.
While driving from Nashik follow the NH3 Eastern Expressway , you cross, Vasind, Kasane , Udupi Krishna hotel, & on the Khadavalli phata/crossing take left. A drive of 8kms brings one to "Siddhivinayak Mahaganapati Temple."
A truly spiritual place worth visiting.

4  Thank RajaaRao
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Reviewed November 10, 2013

I visit this temple once in six months. Its ideally located at an hours drive from Mumbai and the atmosphere within the temple is pretty relaxing. This place though quite old is less exploited by money minded people.

7  Thank patkarmanoj
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Reviewed August 18, 2013

Situated in suburbs of Mumbai, Temple is famous for elephant headed God. Temple is built in typical Maharashtrian Style. You can find the temple always crowded and on special days you have crowds pouring in from 4.00 in morning onwards.

have a small lake sort of thing near the temple, where one can go for boating,

4  Thank BalaHier
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Reviewed May 18, 2013

The popular Siddhivinayak Mahaganpati Temple is located near Kalyan at Titwala. TheTitwala Ganesh temple is very ancient and built in a typical architectural style of Maharashtra.
The Titwala Ganpati, as it is popularly known, is flooded with devotees from all over Mumbai and nearby places, especially on Tuesdays.
There is also an artificial pond outside the Mandir. Boating can be enjoyed in the pond in evening(Rs. 20 per head including children above three year of age). The boats are 2 seater and 4 seater without Engine. There is a garden surrounding the pond. Arati is held thrice in a day(i.e Morning 5 AM, 12 Noon and Evening 6 PM).
The Prasad can be purchased from the outside the temple starting from Rs. 20 onwards consisting of 1 coconut, Flowers, and Agarbatti etc.
Titwala Ganesh Mandir Timing:
• Daily 5 AM to 9 PM
(except 1 PM to 2 PM and 6 PM to 6.45 PM).

How to reach Titwala Ganesh Mandir:
On the central line towards Kasara , get down at Titwala Station. The Titwala temple is at a distance of about 2.5 km and can be reached either by Tanga (Rs.20 per seat) or by Auto (Rs.10 per seat).

There is a another temple of Vithoba - Rukmini near Ganpati temple.

43  Thank saxena7001
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