Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai

Siddhivinayak Temple Information

Siddhivinayak Temple Information, Timings, Entry Fee, Entry Timings, Route Info

The Siddhivinayak temple located in Maharashtra, Mumbai (India) is dedicated to the Sukh karta dukh hartha Lord Ganesh. The Siddhivinayaka temple is well known as “Navasacha Ganapati” or “Navasala Pavanara Ganapati”. It is one of the sound temples of Mumbai. The Siddivinayaka Temple located in Prabhadevi location of Mumbai. The temple shows the idol of Ganesha, which is in black colour. During the 18th century the Siddhivinayak temple was a minute construction, but now in this era, it is a six-storeyed temple. The temple dome is made up of gold, and another speciality of Siddhivinak temple is the idol of the Ganesha’s trunk is curved towards the right which is different from other idols of Ganesha which makes Siddhivinayaka Unique. The Siddhivinayaka temple was constructed by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil in the year 1801of 19 November. Inside the Siddhivinayaka temple, there is also a Hanuman temple.

The idol of Ganesha in Siddhivinayaka temple is about 2. 5 feet tall, the upper left arm of the Ganesh idol holds the lotus and the right and holds an axe. The lower left arm holds a bowl full of modaks and the other hand giving blessings. The temple also features Mata(goddess) siddhi and Mata (goddess) Riddhi on either side of the main idol that is Lord Ganesh.

The Mushak Vahan (Mouse) is also been located, it is a belief that the one who whispers their wishes in the year of the Mushak Raj or Mushak Vahan (Mouse) comes true. The auspicious sounds of the drums during the aarti is mind blowing which brings a great holy feeling to the devotees. The tasty Prashad Modak the favourite of Lord Ganesha is very popular.

Siddhivinayak Temple Timings On Tuesday :

Shree Darshan ·         3.15 a.m. to 4.45 a.m.
Kakad Aarti 5.00 a.m. to 5.30 a.m.
Shree Darshan 5.30 a. m. to 12.15 p.m.
Naivedhya  12.15 p.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Shree Darshan ·        12.30 p.m. to 8.45 p.m
Aarti  (Night   Prayer) 9.30 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
Shejaarti (Last aarti) Night 12.30 a. m

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