Religious Sites in Mumbai

Religious Sites in Mumbai, India

Religious Sites in Mumbai

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  • sonardevika
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India88 contributions
    What a grandeur! Very well organised Temple.Its an excellent feeling to see the Temple.Highly recommended. The location can be easily reached by Local train , public transport and private car.
    Written 17 February 2024
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  • alifia v
    3 contributions
    Love the feel of St. Basilica church in Bandra, mumbai!
    I visited here just after the mount Mary festival and it was so beautiful and peaceful!
    Written 7 January 2024
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  • srimanone
    Joshua Tree, CA1,077 contributions
    Open to all faiths and greeds. Walk in drop shoes off and walk upstairs to temple. Various times for temple offerings and Dieties are clothes changes numerous times of the day. Move yourself closer without fear of disturbing anyone. Very safe environment
    Written 3 February 2024
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  • Sangeeta Shah
    Mumbai, India791 contributions
    The 18th-century peaceful, divine and beautiful Mahalaxmi Temple, dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, graces the seashore in proximity to the Haji Ali Dargah.

    Temple is clean and well maintained. The temple doesn't offer parking facilities, bus stop around 500 meters away and cabs are available nearby. Shoe stand outside the temple without any charges. you will find shops of sweets, flowers and other goodies nearby the temple.

    Usually crowded and there is a huge queue. Have to wait for 30 min for darshan.
    Inside the temple premises, photography is not allowed, ensuring a sacred atmosphere.

    Receiving blessings from Mahalaxmi is an enchanting encounter. Upon departing, indulge in lots of the delectable street food options near the temple.
    Written 28 October 2023
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  • Navigate25101266949
    2 contributions
    I don't know whether I will be telling something excessively contradictory but I must say we enjoyed and found Babulnath temple more peaceful and gracious than Sidhhi and mahalaxmi temples. One must visit this temple besides of course Sidhhi, Mahalaxmi and mumba devi temples. One can take excellent food just opposite Babulnath temple Soam of I remember correctly.
    Written 14 February 2024
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  • keith h
    Chesham, UK1,030 contributions
    I last visited here in 2016. Back here after 7 years. I came here in a taxi this time - last time I took a train from Churchgate to Mahalaxmi & walked down past the racecourse , having first had a look at Dhobi Ghat which is right by Mahalaxmi Station.
    The big change since is that a new coast road is under construction meaning that a section of the causeway leading from the road to the Dargah is now channelled under a concrete dual carriageway. This occurs shortly after you have passed the colourful stalls. Then the causeway is as it was , albeit with less people hoping for charity aligning it.
    Make sure you visit when the tide is out otherwise the causeway will be submerged.
    There is a view to be had right across Worli Bay with exposed rocks to both sides ( still littered , unfortunately ). Tower blocks on the shore rise out of the smog , fronted by the cranes & construction works of the new coast road. It might look alright when finished but now it rather grim.
    The Dargah itself is the monument of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari , a 15th c Saint from modern day Uzbekistan. Very attractive in it's white marble but , unfortunately , due to pollution & salt damage there always seems to be some part of it under repair.
    There are toilets available & food & water. You can walk right around via a stepped , uneven & slippery apron. Some intrepid souls pick their way across the rocks to the water's edge , others congregate on the rocks behind the Dargah.
    Disappointingly grubby , as before but still a very worthwhile visit
    Written 28 March 2023
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  • Abovetheclouds
    2,429 contributions
    Had I not been with a local, I would never have known. The design, colours and structure were unique. Active and busy. We managed to see locals performing a ritual prayer when we went. You need to take footwear off to enter.
    Written 24 December 2023
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  • ANSH
    Mumbai, India3 contributions
    HINDU TEMPLE SITUATED AT MASJID BUNDER STATION. A FEW MINUTES WALK FROM STATION TO TEMPLE. SHOPPING AT STREET AT NEGOTIABLE PRICE.
    Written 31 December 2023
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  • Departure289376
    3 contributions
    Very Well maintained. No one drives us out as in most of other temples. One can spend as much time as per our wish.
    Lady at the counter is very much helful and tries to provide maximum Information.
    One must visit
    Written 3 December 2023
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  • Abovetheclouds
    2,429 contributions
    If you are in the area, then go. It was nice but not spectacular. Well kept. The structure was quite something. We could not go inside as Christmas Eve Mass was going on. However, the doors were open and we managed to have a look from outside. Pretty and simple and it was nice to observe the Christmas Eve Mass.
    Written 24 December 2023
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  • Caroline Kramer
    Mumbai, India7 contributions
    The water towers are being refurbished and the tank was low on water and pretty grimey but this little corner of Mumbai has a real peace about it. The water towers are very old, as it the tank and there are temples, shrines, houses snd small shops all around. The water and the wind are supposed to be healing. At the moment I would let the water do its thing from afar as even the traditional putting water on your head thing would not be something I would recommend, definitely no jumping in for non locals. There were kids mudlarking, people taking photos, a couple of families sitting and a loud game of cricket at the other end of the pool. Even with the busy-ness of life there is a real calm and peace. Just one of those places. Sit quietly for a few minutes and breathe.
    Written 28 January 2024
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  • Manmol S
    4 contributions
    Extremely beautiful ancient Shiva temple. Unique in design... have never seen a temple where the deity is located underground.
    Written 22 January 2024
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  • Bhaskaran K
    1 contribution
    One of the Big South Indian (tamilnadu) Temples in Mumbai (,Chembur).Having idols of Lord Murugan, Guruvayurappan, Iyyappan Shiva, Durga devi, Shiva and Anjaneya in one place is great.You have to climb almost 100 steps inside the Mandir to have Darshan.There is Lift facility also.One should not miss
    Written 18 February 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,79,630 contributions
    This Synagogue has been around since the late 19th century, when a large influx of Jews arrived from the middle east and required a place of worship. The building is well maintained and appears to have been designed in a mix of Neo-Classical and Victorian architecture. The exterior is painted in a baby blue colour resulting in the building colloquially referred as the Blue Synagogue. The blue is interspersed with white and makes the building look very pretty. Sadly, I could not enter because of the extra security because of you know what. The staff insisted on my original passport to enter.
    Written 11 February 2024
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  • AmulAwasthy
    Pune, India3,614 contributions
    Heavily Crowded , Long Long queues but in the end its all worth. This is a kind of Phenomenon you need to visit to believe it.

    This Deserve a visit definitely thanks to advice we went at time when we were expecting a lesser crowd still it takes us around 4.5 hours for Darshan.

    A Must Visit
    Written 13 January 2023
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