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There are various famous Temples in Mumbai. Most of them are in very crowded areas like Dadar, Babulnath, Juhu etc. . All of the Temples in Mumbai are famous for some specific festival celebration like Navratri celebration in Mahalaxmi Temple, Sidhivinayak Temple for Ganesh puja, Iscon Temple for Janmashtami celebration.
You have to choose good time to visit it as most of them are very crowded. If you plan to visit on weekend then you have to wait for hours. But you can visit at noon as this time there should be less crowd. Some of the Temples are famous for celebraty visits specially Sidhivinayak temple in Dadar. Some of the Temples in Mumbai are situated at very good location like Iscon Temple and Mahalaxmi temple. Iscon Temple is very near by Juhu beaches so you can visit temple and after that you can go to Juhu Chopati and enjoy with your family. Mahalaxmi Temple is situated on little height so there will be some good view from there. Malaxmi temple is very close to Haji Ali so you can visit Haji Ali as well.
Temples in Mumbai can be divide in below three categories according to Mumbai’s main three different areas.
Temples in South Mumbai
South Mumbai , the southernmost precinct of the city of Mumbai, India, comprises the city’s main business localities and its adjoining areas. It is the richest urban precinct in India. This district contains some of the oldest parts of the city. For a long time, this was the city. It has very famous areas like Colaba, Dadar, Fort Area, Kalbadevi, Nariman Point, Parel, Tardeo.
You can visit various famous Temples in South Mumbai like Sidhivinayak Temple in Prabhadevi, Swaminarayan Temple in Dadar, Shree MumbaDevi Temple in Kalbadevi, Shree Radha Gopinath Temple in Girgaon Chowpatty, Mahalaxmi Mandir. Get more details on all South Mumbai Temples…
Temples in Mumbai Western Suburbs
The Western Suburbs is the western precinct of the city of Mumbai, India. The Western Suburbs consist of Andheri, Bandra, Borivali, Dahisar, Goregaon, Jogeshwari, Juhu, Kandivali, Khar, Malad, Santacruz and Vile Parle.These are some of the oldest suburbs of the city. In particular, Bandra has existed as a separate town almost as long as Bombay.
There are nice and famous temples in various areas, like Iskcon Temple at Juhu, Krishna Vatika Temple, Gokuldham at Goregaon East, Ayyappa Seva Samgham at Goregaon West, Sai Darshan Mandir at Malad(W), Dharmakshetra at Andheri East, Sanyas Ashram at Vile Parle West, Jagannath Mandir at Andheri East, Shri Vitthal Rukmini Mandir Trust at Bandra. Get more details on all Western Suburbs Temples..
Temples in Central Suburbs
This district, comprising the suburbs of Kurla, Vidyavihar, Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Kanjur Marg, Bhandup, Mulund, and Powai has developed quite a bit in the past few decades. All of them are railway stations on the Central line. Kurla is also an interchange point for the Harbour line. This is a middle-class residential area which is getting more middle-class by the year as factories are being shifted out and being replaced by shopping malls and apartment blocks.
You can visit very good temples in various areas like Thiruchembur Thirumurugan Temple in Chembur, Panchkutir in Powai, Santoshi Mata Temple in Ghatkoper Get more details on all Central Suburbs Temples…