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Top 10 well known Lord Ganesha Temples In India

Top 10 well known Lord Ganesha Temples In India

Ganesh, the god of the new beginning, we pray before starting a new task. No street in India doesn’t have a Ganesha temple or his statue under a tree. His temple is a sacred place where people can pray to him. Although Ganesha can be found in every corner of the world, there are many well-known Ganesha temples all over India. 

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We share our top 10 most popular Ganesha temples across India as Ganesh Chaturthi (the birthday of Ganesha) is fast approaching.

Top 10 Prominent Lord Ganesh Temples In India

1. Shree SiddhiVinayak Temple, Mumbai

Shree Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Mumbai, is a two-century-old temple that is highly regarded in India. This temple’s Ganesha idol is a small, carved statue made of one single black stone. He carries a lotus in his right hand, an axe in his left hand, and a rosary with his right hand. A bowl of Modaks is in his lower left. His consorts Siddhi, Riddhi, and Siddhi, who are the Goddesses that signify wealth, wisdom, fulfillment, and material riches, are on his right side. Ganesha idol has his trunk on his right side and has three eyes similar to Lord Shiva. Siddhi Vinayak temple, which is revered as a sacred site, is visited by thousands of devotees and celebrities. He fulfills the sincere prayers of those who pray to him.

2. Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple, Kanipakam

Varisiddhi Vinayaka temple, Kanipakam in Andhra Pradesh, is located 11 kilometers from Chittoor. It was built by King Kulothunga Chola I in the 11th century CE. Vinayaka idol is a Swayambhu, or self-manifested. He can be found inside a well that is constantly flooded with water. According to temple legend, three blind, deaf, and mute brothers once started digging for water wells after hitting a hard object. The gushing then cured them of blood as they continued digging. The villagers visited the spot and discovered a Ganesha idol in the well. However, they couldn’t find the idol’s bottom. The well has been filled with water since then, and the Ganesha statue is still there. Praying here can help you get rid of chronic illness and solve financial problems.

3. Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple, Pune

Pune, Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, was built after Dagadusheth Halwai and Lakshmibai lost their only child to the plague epidemic. It is considered one of the most sacred places for Ganesha worship in India. It is a well-known Ganesha temple. However, it also provides financial and educational assistance to less fortunate children and in old age homes. It is believed that the beautiful Ganesha idol, adorned with 40kg of gold, fulfills the desires of devotees.

4. Shree Maha Ganapati Kshetram, Kerala

One of the most famous Ganapati temples is Shree Maha Ganapati Kshetram, Kottarakara in Kerala. The temple has shrines to Lord Shiva, Muruga, Parvati, and shrines for Nagaraja, Nagaraja, Ayyappa, and Ayyappa. Unniyappam is a sweet dessert made from ghee and rice.

5. Dodda Ganapati Temple, Bengaluru

Doda Ganpati Temple is a famous Ganesh temple which is located in Basavanagudi (Bangalore), Karnataka. There is a large scale 18 feet long and 16 feet wide statue of Ganesha. This temple of the most tourist attractions in Bengaluru, thousands of tourists come daily.  The belief is that the idol has become its current size. It is also known as Satya Ganapati or Shakti Ganapati. The huge Ganesha statue was carved from one stone. The Ganesha idol is decorated with butter (100 kg) and gold buttons during Ganesha Chaturthi. When you visit Bengaluru, you must see this Ganapati Temple. 

6. Ashtavinayak – Eight Ganesha Temples

Ashtavinayak is a reference to the 8 Ganesha temples that are scattered throughout Maharashtra, India. Each temple is named after one of eight powerful forms of Ganesha. These eight sacred spots are believed to have been created by Ganesha and filled with his graceful blessings. It is believed that visiting these sacred places and worshipping Ganapati will remove all obstacles and bring prosperity, happiness, and abundance.

7. Trichy, Ucchi Pillayar Oil

Ucchi Pillayar Kol is a well-known Ganesha temple located on a hill at Trichy in Tamil Nadu. It was also known as Rockfort temple or Malai Kottai and is home to Lord Ganesha’s shrines (Lord Shiva). According to mythology, this rock is where Ganesha fled from King Vibhishana when he established Ranganathar in Srirangam. Before starting, any work people visit this temple will bring them success or profit.

8. Ganesh Tok, Sikkim

Ganesha Tok, a well-known Ganapati temple in Sikkim, is located on a 6500ft high hill. It is one of the smallest temples of Ganesha, and only one person can worship the deity simultaneously. The beautiful views of the surrounding mountains make it a popular tourist destination.

9. Shree Vinayaka Devaru Temple, Karnataka

Shree Vinayak Deoru Temple, a temple, which is 1500 years old, is located in Idagunji (North Karnataka). There are two weapons of Ganesh Murthy in this temple, which are similar to the Gokaran temple. He takes lotus flowers in his right hand, while his left side is a modak (dumping). The rat can not be identified under the Statue of Ganesh.

10. Sansthan Sridev Ganpatipule Temple in Maharashtra

The Ganpatipule temple can be found in Ratnagiri (Maharashtra). This temple’s unique feature is that the Ganesha statue faces west, which is not common in temples with idols facing east. It is believed that the 400-year-old Ganesh idol was self-proclaimed or self-visible.