Destination

ASHTAVINAYAK DARSHAN

ballaleshwar
Ballaleshwar

The Ballaleshwar Temple at pali is the eighth Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. Among the Ashtavinayakas, Ballaleshwar is the only Ganesh who is named after his devotee.

Reading continue
Chintamani
Chintamani

The Chintamani Vinayak Temple at Theur is the Second Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour at Theur. Moraya Gosavi is believed to have attained Siddhi (Knowledge) after performing Tapsya.

Reading continue

Girijatmaj
Girijatmaj

The Girijatmaj temple at Lenyadri is the Sixth Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. It is a Swayambhu idol which is carved into a rock. Girijatmaj Vinayak refers to the Ganesh as the son of Parvati.

Reading continue
Mahaganpati
Mahaganpati

The Maha Ganpati temple at Ranjangaon is the fouth Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. The Maha Ganpati is the most powerful representation of Lord Ganesha.

Reading continue

Moreshwar
Moreshwar

The Moreshwar temple at Morgaon is the First Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. The Moreshwar idol is believed to be"Swayambhu" as was found or not sculpted by human hands.

Reading continue
Siddhivinayak
Siddhivinayak

The Siddhivinayak temple at siddhatek is the Third Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. It is Located on the banks of river Bhima. The idol here is "Swayambhu". three feet tall,

Reading continue

VaradVinayak
Varadvinayak

The VaradVinayak Temple at Mahad is the Seventh Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. This idol too is Swyambhu and the temple is actually recognised as a Math.

Reading continue
Vighneshwar
Vighneshwar

The Vighneshwar temple at ozar is the fifth Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. This idol is tall and broad. This idol is the wealthiest among the Ashta Vinayak since it is laden with jewels.

Reading continue