The Siddhivinayak Temple developed from a little, modest place of love to the Grand Temple. It stands today in the later 50% of the twentieth century. Lawmakers are not just purchase Sanctuary grandness who frequented the sanctuary yet in addition. Bollywood film stars is continuously visit to look for the favors of Lord Ganesha
Siddhivinayak Temple at Prabhadevi in Mumbai, a two-extremely old Temple that satisfies the wants of the worshipers. The city of Mumbai is a quiet observer to spots of love and recorded intrigue. Which are prevalent as well as of archeological significance.
Siddhivinayak Temple was constructed on 19 November 1801. The first structure of the Siddhivinayak Temple was a little 3.6 m x 3.6 m square block structure with an arch formed block shikhara. Laxman Vithu Patil who is contractual worker build the Siddhivinayak Temple. A rich Agric lady named Deubai Patil is finance this building.
Childless, Deaubai assembled the sanctuary with the goal that the Lord should allow kids to other fruitless ladies. Ramakrishna Jambhekar Maharaj, a follower of the Hindu holy person Akkalkot Swami Samarth. Ramakrishna Jambhekar Maharaj covered two awesome icons in the front of the directing divinity of the place of love on the requests on his master. Swami Samarth is forecaste , following 21 years after the internment of the symbols. A mender tree developed at that spot with a svayambhu Ganesha in its branches.
Importance of Siddhivinayak Temple
Phool Gali‘(flower street) – There are a lot of shops selling flowers, Prasad. The Siddhivinayak Temple is overcrowded on Tuesdays, Lord Ganesha and special aarti (prayers) dedicate at that day . The idol of Ganesha is made of a single, 2.5 feet tall black stone. On either sides of the main idol, there are idols of ‘Goddess Riddhi’ and ‘Goddess Siddhi’.
How to reach temple and timing
Dadar is the nearest railway station to Siddhivinayak Temple. One can board local trains from Lower Parel, Mahalaxmi and Elphinstone Road to reach the holy temple.
Temple is open from 5:30 AM to 9:50 PM