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One of the oldest Vinayaka temple and when in Puducherry a must visit one. The ancient temple stands against all odds that it faced over the years despite so many people invading Puducherry . Best way for us to start our trip with his blessings....More
We adore this little pocket of Pondy...the ashram, the temple, the atmosphere! Lakshmi, the elephant, comes out each evening to provide a blessing for any willing takers. We adore the little trinket/offering stalls there. A beautiful, brightly painted temple not to be missed.
I visited there on 15.09.2018 morning.temple was little crowded.Temple was very neat and decorated.
People were standing in queue to have dharsan of Ganesha. inside temple walls are decorated different kind of Ganesha. Overall had a good and peaceful dharsan.
The temple is dedicated to Ganesh and pictures of his various incarnations are all around.
It was very busy when we were there with a blessing ceremony going on in one corner and lots of people coming to worship the Ganesh statue or to give...More
Nice temple complex.
Best part is elephant out side.
Other good part is they have more than 100 different avatars of Lord Ganesha from various parts of the globe and ages on display as mural & paintings.
Its work looking at.
When viewed from outside, temple looked small. But as soon as I entered, I was simply stunned seeing the number of Ganapati idols. There are Ganapati idols of different sizes. The varied idols and the decoration create a lasting impression on the mind. The main...More
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The temple would open around 5:30 AM and closes at 12 noon. In the evening, it opens around 4 PM and would close by 9:30 PM. These are regular timings of all South Indian temples. Though evenings are preferred, there can be... More
The temple would open around 5:30 AM and closes at 12 noon. In the evening, it opens around 4 PM and would close by 9:30 PM. These are regular timings of all South Indian temples. Though evenings are preferred, there can be some crowd at that time. But, you can get some prasad also (pongal, curd rice) in the evening.