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Ganpati Bappa Morya

Visit every year, soaking in the rain adds to the moment, VIP entry saves lots of time, try to... read more

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Mumbai, India
World Famous Ganpati festival

I was there first time in life and had spritual experience over there. very good managment by... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2018
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visit every year, soaking in the rain adds to the moment, VIP entry saves lots of time, try to visit within first 2 days to avoid long queues.

Thank Mital_Ashish
Reviewed 25 September 2018

I was there first time in life and had spritual experience over there. very good managment by Mumbai Police and volunteer. Must visit place during Ganpati Mahotsave. Its a world famous and richest Ganpati pandal.Full VIP movement at this place. lots of people come across...More

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Reviewed 24 September 2018

Must visit place during Ganpati time. Its a world famous and richest Ganpati pandal. Full VIP movement at this place. Very sacred place in Mumbai. Divine experience,

Thank AnkitJain1368
Reviewed 24 September 2018

One of the biggest festivals in mumbai Ganesh chaturthi. If you are in Mumbai during this 10days do visit Lal baug cha raja. You will find peace here after getting darshan you need to be in que atleast for 2hrs and above depending on the...More

Thank KapilDwivedi
Reviewed 18 September 2018 via mobile

You can visit lalbaghcha raja in the festival of ganpati only in Mumbai .nearby reailway stations are lower parel ,curry road ,chinpokali . This ganpati is famous for one who full fill all individuals wish hence generally there use to be huge crowd between ganapati...More

Reviewed 17 September 2018 via mobile

Today me and wife had charan Sparsh darshan of Lalbaug Cha Raja . We joined the que for darshan at early morning 5.15am and it is inordinate delay , waiting indefinitely and finally got 15 seconds darshan at 5.30 pm . Extremely taxing on your...More

Thank 574tanmaym
Reviewed 17 September 2018

This is the time of Ganeshostav. We got up at 3 am on Sunday night/ Monday morning. We had all taken bath. We were ready by 4 am. We started from Navi Mumbai by car. We went to pay our respect to Lal Baug Cha...More

Thank damayanti2015
Reviewed 21 June 2018

Ganpati bappa's Place where one should visit if he is in Mumbai - Traditional yet flamboyant style of murthi - Due to crowd - be careful with your belongings

Thank praveenaerospace
Reviewed 13 June 2018

We visit this place every year during Ganpati festival. As much as I love the murti, the crowd management is dismal. People are pushed and ambushed...Wish there can be better crowd management during the festival time...

1  Thank Mishti23091984
Reviewed 1 March 2018 via mobile

Lal Baugh cha raha in Mumbai is one of the most popular and well known place in Mumbai. It is very famous due to very old Mandal and due to very tall and huge and unique Ganesha murty for Ganesh festival in Maharashtra India. One...More

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