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Titwala Ganesh Mandir
The popular Siddhivinayak Mahaganpati Temple is located near Kalyan at Titwala. TheTitwala Ganesh temple is very ancient and built in a typical architectural style of Maharashtra.
The Titwala Ganpati, as it is popularly known, is flooded with devotees from all over Mumbai and nearby places, especially on Tuesdays, Chaturthis and Jayantis.
The Titwala Ganesh temple premises also have a temple of Lord Shiva and Goddess Laxmi. There is also an artificial pond constructed outside the Titwala Ganesh Mandir premises. There a garden surrounding the pond. You can enjoy your time at this place between 4 pm to 7 pm. Arati is held two times in a day.
The Prasad offering consisting of 1 coconut, Mudi packet, Flowers, and Agarbatti can be bought from outside the premises for Rs. 30(approx).
Titwala Ganesh Mandir Timing:
How to reach titwala ganesh mandir:
- Daily 5 Am to 13 hours and 14 to 21 hours
- Temple Close for 14 to 14:30 hours for Arthi Every day.
(Only the Sannithi Doors of Ganapathi will remain closed.Temple remains open)
- Temple remains open at 4 pm to 23 hours For sankashti, chaturthi.
- For Angarika chaturthi temple is open from Monday Midnight to Tuesday Midnight
On the central line towards Kasara (Fast / Slow is ok), get down at Titwala Station. The Titwala temple is at a distance of about 2.5 km and can be reached either by Tanga (for Rs.20 if 6 person either Rs 30 Individual, Return Rs.25 ) or by Auto (for Rs. 10, Return Rs 8) in around 5 to 10 mins.