Popular Ganesh Mandal in Mumbai-Ganesh Festival


Ganesh Festival start on Ganesh Chaturthi(Day of Four) or Birth anniversary of Lord Ganesha, held all over India.In Indian state Maharashtra Grand celebration of  Ganesh Festival.Ganesh festival is observed for 10 days, starting from Shukla Chaturthi till Ananta Chaturdashi (Hindu dates fall between month of August or September) throughout the country. States like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh celebrate this festival in the most grandiose manner.Mostly in the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. One of the best places to experience the festival is in the city of Mumbai.
Thousands of Ganesh Pandals are put up in Mumbai during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival.Each Ganapati mandal tries to outsmart the other by bringing in fresh ideas to the pandals and in Ganesh murtis. Lord Ganesha is represented differently in each pandal.Here is Some Information about Famous and Popular Ganesh Mandal in Mumbai.


Lalbagcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal

 


Address: GD Ambedkar Road, Lalbaug (central Mumbai).
Startted in: 1934 
Waiting Time: Can be 20 hours or more in the navas line. General line takes around five hours.
When to Visit: It’s open around the clock. However, the busiest time is in the evening until midnight.
Nearest Railway Station: Walking distance from Lower Parel, Curry Road, and Chinchpolki stations. 
Website: http://www.lalbaugcharaja.in


The procession for the immersion (visarjan) starts out at 10 a.m. from the Lalbaug market on the final day of the festival, and takes the following route: Lalbaug, Bharat Mata Theatre, Lalbaug, Sane Guruji Marg, Byculla Railway Station, Clare Road, Nagpada, Dunkan Road, Don Taki, Sant Sena Maharaj Marg (Kumbharwada), Suthar Gully, Madhav Baug, C.P. Tank, V.P. Road, Opera House, Girgaon Chowpatti.


 Ganesh Galli Mumbaicha Raja Ganeshotsav Mandal

 

Address: Ganesh Galli (Lane), Lalbaug (central Mumbai).
Started in : 1928
Waiting Time: Can be as little as 20 minutes, or a few hours.
When to Visit: It's always busy. Peak hours are in the afternoon and night from 3 p.m until 2 a.m.
Nearest Railway Station: Chinchpokli, Curry Road, and Lower Parel railway stations are close by.


 Andhericha Raja Sarvajanik Utsav Samitee 

 

Address: Veera Desai Road, Azad Nagar, Andheri (western Mumbai suburbs).
Started in : 1966Nearest Railway Station: Andheri.
When to Visit:
Evenings are busiest, however devotees have some extra time to see the God. The idol is the only one in Mumbai to be immersed on Sankashthi Day, which is five days after Anant Chaturdashi (the last day of the festival when large idols are commonly immersed).



Khetwadi Cha Raja – Sarvajanik Shree Ganeshotsav Mandal, 

 

Location : Khetwadi, Khambata Lane, Mumbai
Started in:  1959

Sarvajanik Shree Ganeshotsav Mandal, Khambata Lane at Khetwadi was established in 1970. In 2016, a 28-feet tall Bal Ganesh standing on an elephant’s trunk on three toes will be a major attraction at this Mandal.Sarvajanik Shree Ganeshotsav Mandal, Khetwadi, Khambata Lane was established in the year 1970. At that time, Mandal’s founders like Late Balkrushna Gandhi, Late Balkrushna Bedekar, Late Harishchandra Zagde, Late Rajaram Takakar and Late Ramchandra Sawant had contributed valuable suggestions and help for growing our Mandal. 


GSB Seva Kings Circle 

 

Location: G.S.B. Sports Club Ground, Near S.N.D.T. Women's College, R.A. Kidwai Road, King's Circle, Matunga (central Mumbai).
Nearest Railway Station: Kings Circle on the Harbour Line and Matunga on the Central Line.
When to Visit: This Ganesh idol only stays for the first five days of the festival, so see it early.


Related Links 

 

Lalbagcha Raja -Lalbagcha Raja Live Darshan and First Look-Whatsapp Sms-Facebook Sms-Text Sms-Greetings- Pictures- Screps

 

Lalbagcha Raja Pictures 1934 to 2016 Click Here

Get Daily New Updates Like this Page