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Shree Siddhivinayak Temple - Hindu temple in Mumbai , India
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Shree Siddhivinayak Temple - Hindu temple in Mumbai - Mumbai, India

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About Shree Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai

Dedicated to Ganesha, this grand Hindu temple features an inner gold-plated roof & carved doors.


Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, SK Bole Rd, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400028

Open Hours

Monday- 5:30 am-9 pm
Tuesday- 5:30 am-9 pm
Wednesday- 5:30 am-9 pm
Thursday- 5:30 am-9 pm
Friday- 5:30 am-9 pm
Saturday- 5:30 am-9 pm
Sunday- 5:30 am-9 pm

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022 2422 4438
Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, SK Bole Rd, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400028
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Shree Siddhivinayak Temple - Featured Reviews (99061)

onkar mantrionkar mantri

There is no preference or aversion when it comes to devotion. It is a precious moment to witness Shri Ganesha, who removes all obstacles of his devotees. Can you guess when this temple was established? Let me give you a hint. It was constructed on 19 November 1801. Originally, the Siddhivinayak Temple was a small brick structure measuring 3.6 meters x 3.6 meters, with a dome-shaped brick shikhara. It was built by the contractor Laxman Vithu Patil and funded by a wealthy Agri woman named Deubai Patil, who was unable to have children due to infertility. Deubai built the temple with the hope that Lord Ganesha would grant children to other infertile women. Under the guidance of Hindu saint Akkalkot Swami Samarth, his disciple Ramakrishna Jambhekar Maharaj buried two divine idols in front of the main deity of the temple, as instructed by his guru. It is said that after 21 years, a mandar tree grew at the same spot with a self-manifested Ganesha idol on its branches, fulfilling the prophecy of Swami Samartha. Jai shree ganesha

Ashutosh WaghmodeAshutosh Waghmode

Shri Siddhivinayak Temple is one of the most popular temples in Mumbai. The temple is dedicated to Ganesha. When I visited, there was so long queue that I had to wait for half and hour to get in the temple. But it was worth it. The temple is so beautiful from inside that you wouldn't want to get yourself out from there. If you're in the Mumbai, it's a must visit temple.

Payal GuhaPayal Guha

We landed on Saturday morning and went straight to Siddhivinayak darshan, It took appx 45 mins from Mumbai airport to mandir, reached around 9am. It was less crowded on Saturday morning, at the entrance had to submit our Camera in the locker at Rs. 10 rental. Its peaceful and well maintained. You can buy sweets, mala, flower for offering to lodlrd Ganesh ji. To avoid long cue you can go for mukh darshan (refer to my video) but hardly get a glimpse because of the crowd in front. Alternative pay Rs. 100 for quick darshan. Shoes can be kept outside, free seva is available. Had a darshan of Hanumanji too from the entrance. Once you come out, you can go for nearby food cafes for vegetarian breakfast.

Diptanu DebDiptanu Deb

Shree Siddhivinayak Ganpati temple of Prabhadevi Mumbai is an ancient famous shrine. This was constructed around the core shrine on 19th November 1801. The Shree Siddhivinayak idol comprises of black stone and is 2.5 ft. high from its base and approx 2 ft. wide. The Lord Shree is sitting on the throne base in Padmasana - the lotus posture. Lord Ganesh more popularly called Ganapati- meaning the Chief of the Ganas is assuming Nar-Kunja Roop - the elephant headed form, and being accompanied by Riddhi and Siddhi - the Goddesses of affluence and prosperity is called Mahaganpati. The whole idol is coated with saffron coloured enamels and adorning the golden crown. Overall the experience is great, better to avoid during weekends as it becomes too crowded at times.

Praveen Kumar SinghPraveen Kumar Singh

The Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai is a revered religious landmark that draws devotees and visitors alike. Known for its magnificent architecture and spiritual significance, the temple exudes a sense of tranquility amidst the bustling city. The main deity, Lord Ganesha, is believed to grant blessings and fulfill wishes, resulting in a constant stream of devotees seeking his grace. The temple's inner sanctum houses a stunning idol of Lord Ganesha, carved from a single black stone. The intricately designed entrance and beautifully adorned surroundings contribute to the temple's vibrant atmosphere. While the temple can get crowded, the faith and devotion of the visitors create a unique aura of devotion. Visiting the Siddhivinayak Temple provides an opportunity to experience Mumbai's cultural and religious richness. However, due to its popularity, it's advisable to plan a visit during off-peak hours to fully appreciate the spiritual ambiance and avoid long waiting times.

Uddipta SarkarUddipta Sarkar

The experience was nice. The queue keeps on moving at a steady pace. You can find fans everywhere along the queue, also the premise is shaded so as to help the visitors as they queue up for entering the main temple. You can pay Rs 100 if you want to skip the queue. Must visit if you are in Mumbai.


Beautiful architecture. One of the most devotional places to visit in Mumbai. Expect a huge crowd inside the temple any time of the day.


If you are in Mumbai, a visit to the temple is must. The temple will give you a feeling of tranquil as you enter. A big crowd is common inside the temple be it any time of the day. There are no tickets to enter it. There will be lots of shops available inside the premises to buy flowers and sweets to offer to lord Ganesh. There are three lines to enter the temple. You will have to choose depending on the type of visit. We went to just visit the temple and see the idol so we went inside thru the mukhdarshan line. If you want to get the puja done, you will have to enter thru the normal puja line or the vip line which costs 1500 rs for 4 people. There is also a lord hanuman idol inside and you can get tika from the purohit while returning back from the main temple. We reached there around 3.25 pm and came back by 3:35 pm. There is a mahaprasad counter where you can get the bhog(laddoo) for Rs 20/-. You can buy modak separately to offer Lord Ganesh. In order to reach there, you can come to dadar station - west and take a share cab at Rs 10/- each and reach the temple in just 5-6 mins. The station road of Dadar has lots of street shopping outlets available and you can shop at cheap prices.

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Where is Shree Siddhivinayak Temple Located ?

Shree Siddhivinayak Temple Located in Mumbai of Mumbai. The complete address is Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, SK Bole Rd, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400028.

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