The much-awaited Ganesh Chahurthi is here! Amidst the beating of drums and flying colours, devotees have started welcoming Ganpati in their homes. Enthusiastic worshippers are all ready to shower Lord Ganesha with homage.
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During the auspicious occasion, Ganpati Pandals all over the country are a sight to see. Since Mumbai observes the festival with much more fervour, the pandals there are a must to visit.
Any ardent devotee of Ganpati who is planning a journey to Mumbai must visit these Pandals:
- Lalbaugcha Raja
The grand idol of Lord Ganesha established at Laubaug is believed to fulfil the devotees' all wishes and is called 'Navsacha Ganpati'.
- Ganesh Galli Mumbaicha Raja
Situated at a little distance from Lalbaugcha Raja, Mumbaicha Raja is popular for its creative enactments from the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata.
The pandal inhabits one of the tallest idols of Ganpati in entire Mumbai. 40-feet-tall idol clad in gold jewerally is fascinating for devotees to see.
- GSB Seva Mandal Ganpati
Also known as the richest pandal, Ganpati idol in this pandal is made of gold. The local pandal offers a unique experience to visitors.
- Andheri Cha Raja
Simplicity is the key for this Ganpati pandal. The eye-catching decorations and heart-warming theme is what makes the Pandal a rare sight.
- Chinchpokli Cha Chintamani Ganpati
Found in 1920, Chinchpokli's ganpati pandal is one of the oldest establishments of Ganpati Pandals. It has a relevance of its own.
- Kamatipuracha Chintamani Ganesh
The unique idol of Ganesh sitting on a horse is what makes this pandal a watch-worthy sight. It provides a sense of protection to devotees.
- Tulsiwadi Cha Maharaja Ganesh
The small pandal is garnered devotees attention due to the rare idol of Ganpati with heads of various deities.
- Dongri Cha Raja
The beautiful pandal offers peace to the visitors and is another great pandal to visit in Mumbai.
- Chandanwadi Ganpati
Ganpati Idol standing next to a tiger is what makes this pandal a unique sight.