Chintamani – Ashtavinayak – Lord Ganesha

Chintamani Lord Ganesha

Chintamani Chintamani is a form of Lord Ganesha. He is worshipped for unity, prosperity, learning and removing obstacles. Ashtavinayak is eight forms of Ganesha. All the eight temples of Ganesha are located in Maharashtra. All the idols of Ashtavinayak are self originated (swayambhu). Chintamani Temple of Theur is a Hindu temple located 22 km from … Read more

Varada Vinayak – Ashtavinayak temple of Lord Ganesha

Varada Vinayak Temple

Varada Vinayak Varada Vinayak temple is one among the Ashtavinayak temple, located in Madh village of Raigad district, Maharashtra. People visit this temple after visiting Balleshwar temple, and then proceed to the next temple which is Chintamani Temple, in Pune. The Ganesha idol of the temple is self originated (swayambhu). The idol is facing east … Read more

Siddhivinayak – Lord Ganesha Temple

Siddhivinayak - Lord Ganesha

Siddhivinayak Temple Siddhivinayak temple is located in Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra. In Marathi, Siddhivinayak is also known as Navsacha Ganapati, Navasala Pavanara Ganpati which means Ganpati bestows whenever humbly genuinely prayed. It is believed that it was here on the Siddhatek mountain Vishnu acquired Siddhi and as such the idol of Lord Ganesha here is called … Read more