Beautiful Place In Mumbai

The city that never sleeps yet somehow finds space for some tranquility and that is exactly what these famous temples in Mumbai offer. From peace to meditation to wishes wanting to come true, men and women of every religion find their sacred space in these temples.

1. Siddhivinayak Temple

Siddhivinayak Temple is possibly one of the most famous Ganesh temple in Mumbai. Established in 1801 by Devbhai Patil and Laxman Vithu, the temple stands as a witness of its architectural glory. Also, it is believed that if you whisper your wishes into the ear of the idol, they eventually come true.

Timings: Wednesday to Monday – 5.30 AM to 10 PM; Tuesdays – 3:15 AM to 10 PM

2. Mumbadevi Temple

The Mumbadevi temple is one of the many religious places in Mumbai which one cannot miss. Considered to be one of the oldest temples in Mumbai, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Mumba who is said to be the patron goddess of the native Somvanshi Kshatriyas.

Timings: Tuesday to Sunday – 6 AM to 12 Noon, and 4 PM to 9 PM

3. Mahalakshmi Temple

The Mahalakshmi Temple is a known as one of the best temples in Mumbai. Dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, Durga, and Saraswati, it was constructed by a Hindu merchant in 1831. The temple offers a sea-facing view, and is one the key landmarks of the city. During the Navratri Festival, the temple offers a mindblowing sight to behold as the devotees flock to the city from all over the country.

Timings: All Days – 6.30 AM to 10 PM

4. Babulnath Temple

Renowned to be one of the most mystical Shiva temple in Mumbai, Babulnath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and is very close to the famous Girgaon Chowpatty. The temple is built in such a way that it will remind the devotees of Kailash Parbat, the abode of Lord Shiva. Located in the Malabar region of Mumbai, it is just 15 minutes away from Marine Lines Railway Station.

Timings: 5 AM to 7 PM

5. ISKCON Temple

Not only in Mumbai but Iskcon temple is one of the popular spiritual places in the whole country that was founded in 1978 by the Acharya Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. People from across the globe come to visit the temple to find inner peace and enlighten their spirituality. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the temple is made of pristine white marble, and consists of intricate carvings.

Timings: All Days – 4.30 AM to 1 PM, and 4.30 PM to 9 PM


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