Indian Temples



Bade Ganesh ji Ki Mandir in Ujjain is situated near the tank of the Mahakaleshwar Temple which houses a massive statue of the elephant-headed God of Wisdom and Prosperity, Ganesha.
Chintaman Ganesh Temple is located in the city of Ujjain of Madhya Pradesh.This ancient temple is highly revered and is being regarded as one of the most visited shrines of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh.
The Chintamani Ganpati temple is located in Theur in Pune district of Maharasthra which was erected by Shri Daharnidhar Maharaj Devji a scion of Maurya Gosaviji. Then later after hundred years Madhavrao Peshwa made the Sabhamandap of the temple.
The Shrimant Dagdusheth Halwai Sarvajanik Ganapati Trust, based in Pune was established in the year 1893 and has thus been in the service of devotees since 108 years.
The Girijaatmaja Vinayak mandir is one of the Ashta Vinayak holy place and one form of Ganesh out of eight temples located at Lekhan hills, 94 kms far from Pune, Maharastra.
An inevitable and unavoidable location into the tourist map of south India the city of Mangalore which is well-known as a pilgrim centre and has a number of prominent and sacred temples, one of which is Shri Sharavu Mahaganapati temple. The temple is located in the heart of the city and easily accessible.
The Siddivinayak Temple is situated in Mumbai on the corner of Kakasaheb Gadgil Marg and S.K.Bole Marg in Prabhadevi. It is the most famous temple in Mumbai.
Adhi Vinayaka also known as Nara Mukha Vinayaka is a form of the Lord Ganesha or Vinayaka, which portrays Ganesha with a human head, prior to being decapitated by his father Shiva.