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Siddhi Vinayak Temple and its History

By May 3, 2022November 20th, 2023No Comments
Siddhi Vinayak Temple

About Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha is one such deity, who is adored by everyone. He has an all-inclusive allure. Lord Ganesha has many characteristics and qualities, which make him the first among the divine beings.

Lord Ganesha

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The elephant-headed one is known as ‘Vigna-Harta, the one who removes obstacles in the path of his devotees. That’s why he is loved before starting any new work or new venture. The large head of Lord Ganesha represents cleverness and wisdom.

History of Siddhi Vinayak Temple

Lakshman Vithu was the main architect behind the creation of Siddhi Vinayak Temple. The Siddhi Vinayaka temple is believed to have been built by Lord Vishnu, though it was later rebuilt by the Peshwas. As indicated by one of the most famous Hindu beliefs and convictions, it is shared to such an extent that when Lord Brahma was led to create the world, Lord Vishnu fell asleep. Two demons came out of her ears and started to scare everyone. On the insistence of all the gods, Lord Vishnu attempted to kill him but was not successful in his attempt. Then he worshipped Ganesha. With his donations, he could finally kill those devils. Subsequently, that place is called Siddhatek and Lord Ganesha is called Siddhi Vinayak.

Significance of Siddhi Vinayak Temple.

  •   The unique feature of the Siddhi Vinayak is its trunk which is tilted on the right side and a large part of Ganesha idols, have their trunk tilted towards the left.
  • Tuesday is the most visited day all through the week with over 1000 fans.
  • Ganesh Chaturthi is the biggest festival that is celebrated in Mumbai consistently.
  • With the authority site and an application, individuals can have live darshan daily.
  • Outside the temple, there is a “Phool Gali” where people can buy wreaths, coconuts, and modak or laddus.

Best Time to Visit Siddhi Vinayak Temple:

Siddhi Vinayak Temple

  • Entry is free in the temple for his devotees
  • Most crowded day for peaceful darshan is Tuesday
  • To see each ritual or ceremony, visit a unique event like Ganesh Chaturthi, Sankashti Chaturthi, etc.
  • The temple is open in the evenings throughout the year.

Conclusion: –

The Hindu god of solidarity, success, and learning, Ganesha is one of the most revered Hindu divine beings from one side of the planet to the other. He is likewise called Siddhivinayak, as he will fulfil everyone’s wishes and grant you lots of success and good health in your life.

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