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The second Ganapati on the Ashtavinayak circuit is Siddhivinayak at Siddhatek. Situated in Ahmednagar district, it is a small, picturesque temple on the banks of the River Bhima.
Legend has it that, Vishnu fought the demons, Madhu and Kaitabha for over 5000 years but was...More
This is the only murti of these eight (Ashtavinayaka) with the trunk positioned to the right..It is believed that the two saints Shri Morya Gosavi and Shri Narayan Maharaj of Kedgaon received their enlightenment here.The temple is North-facing and is on a small hillock.
This place is calm, serene and godly. The moment you enter here you feel closer to god. .The inner sanctum remains a bit crowded as people want to catch a glimpse of the idol. .
Thousands of people visit daily to remember god.
This is one of the Ashtavinayak Temples and has a historic monumental construction maintained well. This place is very close to back waters of Ujani Dam. One can approach this from Shrigonda or Bhigwan on Pune Solapur Highway.
The Siddhivinayak Temple of Siddhatek is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha, This temple is one of the Ashtavinayak Temples. The temple stands on a hillock, surrounded by thick foliage of Babul trees. The temple is located in the Karjat taluka of Ahmednagar district....More
I went to Shri Siddhivinayak Temple. Shri Siddhivinayak Temple is one amongst the most crowded and most revered temples of India. The establishment of this temple dates back to early nineteenth century. It is great place to go.
The shri siddivinayak ganpati temple is a hindu temple dedicated to lord shri ganesh.it is locatef in prabhadevi,mumbai,maharashtra. The temple has a small mandap with the shrine for Siddhi Vinayak ("Ganesha who grants your wish"). The wooden doors to the sanctum are carved with images...More
Shri siddivinayak ganapati is very auspicious as it is right trunked ganesha.The present temple was built in the late 18th century by Ahilyabai Holkar, the Philosopher Queen of Indore, who built and renovated many Hindu temples.You must try sugarcane juice outside temple which is very...More
This is the 2nd from the Ashtavinayak List. This temple is also beautiful. Had visited this as a part of Ashtavinayak trip. If I'm not wrong many years back people use to visit this temple crossing the river. But today we have a proper bridge...More
Hi There are many options in Ranjangaon. Also it is near to Pune so you can come down to Pune for stay. For Sidhteck check with temple trust. Mostly all ashtavinayak have bhakta niwas. My suggestion would be to do in 3 days... More
Hi There are many options in Ranjangaon. Also it is near to Pune so you can come down to Pune for stay. For Sidhteck check with temple trust. Mostly all ashtavinayak have bhakta niwas. My suggestion would be to do in 3 days instead of 2 days