[Photos] Must Visit Spectacular Ganesh Pandals in Mumbai

Lalbaugcha Raja :

Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the most popular and busiest Ganesh Pandal in Mumbai. It was established prior to Independence along with being religious, as per the inspiration and teaches of Lokmanya Tilak. The aim of the mandal was to create awakening among the Indians to fight for freedom from the British Rule. This year the king of all Ganesh idol celebrates it’s 80th year. At times it takes more than 20 hours for devotees to take darshan at this pandal.

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Ganesh Galli Mumbaicha Raja

Every year Ganesh Galli Mumbaicha Raja comes up with magnificent idol. Established in 1928, this year Mumbaicha Raja Pandal is celebrating 87th year of celebration. This is a must see Ganesha on our list as they come up with innovative theme every year.

GSB Seva Mandal in King’s Circle

The GSB Seva Mandal Ganapati pandal in King’s Circle is known for it’s gold ornaments.It is one of the richest Ganesha in town founded by Gowd Saraswat Brahmin community Seva Mandal. Mumbaikars GSB Ganapati is fondly known as the Golden Ganesh! According to Mid-day GSB Seva Mandal, the richest mandal in the city, has got an insurance of Rs 259 crore.

Khetwadicha Raja

Khetwadicha Raja is a stunner among all the Ganeshas in Mumbai. You have to just visit this place to see larger than life idol. In the earlier days Mandal collected one rupee as a dontion and making of highest idol of Ganesh was started in 1984.

GSB Seva Mandal Wadala 

GSB Seva Mandal has started online seva from last year. Their emphasis has always been on Eco friendly Ganesha every year. Again founded by GSB community, it’s a must visit not only for GSBs but also all the Ganesha devotees in Mumbai.

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