Religious Sites in Mumbai

Religious Sites in Mumbai, India

Religious Sites in Mumbai

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  • Saumil
    Ahmedabad, India17 contributions
    Hey, Recently i visited Siidhivinayak temple in my car from Ahmedabad, I was also worried for the same reason for Parking - being Mumbai so congested. I tried googling for parking spaces and even tried calling temple but of no use. Then my wife came across this app called “Park+” which allows you to pre-book parking spots.
    And lo and behold they had Siddhivinak temple parking listed. I booked it from that app and also got a discount on my next Fastag recharge on the same app. It was a very convenient parking experience for me.

    I am not an Apple user so i don't have a link to their iOS app.

    Hope this helps.
    Ganpati Bappa Moriya!
    Written 11 April 2022
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  • Robert K
    15 contributions
    An old temple of Shree MahaLakshmi devi. Devotees can get flower and garland from dozens of stalls near the temple. Walk-in visit is most convenient.
    Written 24 January 2022
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, more commonly known as Mount Mary Church, is considered to be one of the oldest in Mumbai. It is also one of the most popular churches in Mumbai and therefore attracts lots of tourists. The church stands on a hillock in Bandra, near Bandstand overlooking the Arabian Sea. The church has a beautiful architecture and serene environment, it looks very attractive in the evening under illumination.
    Written 19 July 2021
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  • Priyanka
    Mumbai, India3 contributions
    Very close to girgaum chowpatty. Walking distance from grant road station and Charni Road station. There is a lift to go to temple which is on height. Lift charges 1 Rs so keep a change of 1 rupee coin. You can also use staircase near the lift.
    Serene, quiet and mesmerising. You will feel peace of mind. You will forget all your worries.
    Written 28 October 2020
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  • jaytoshniwal
    3 contributions
    Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Temple (ISKCON group) at Chowpatty Mumbai is a place to visit to get real peace of mind.
    The ambience is very soothing, darshan of the Lord Krishna is majestic and mersmerising.
    Various options for participating in lectures, bhajan and devotional songs, reading scriptures, partake feast prasad are available.
    Written 24 December 2020
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  • Youngest_traveler_
    Mumbai, India242 contributions
    A sacred place for jains . The management is also good . You get blessed with peace when you enter in and get into the hall where prayers and pooja taking place. A very good place . You should visit this place .

    With regards ,
    Youngest_traveller_
    Written 15 September 2020
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  • mbalajicool
    Mumbai, India123 contributions
    The Lal Baug cha Raja ganpati is one of the famous ganpati's is whole of India. The decorations are very meticulously planned and the theme is different every year. The ganpati is very powerful and in the 11 days of this function yearly more than 15 to 20 lakh devotees take darshan of their beloved ganpati. If you are in mumbai during the ganpati season you just cannot miss this place. you will require 2-4 hours for completing the darshan process.
    Written 7 January 2020
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  • Sanjay mahavar
    Cuttack, India12 contributions
    I visited this temple with my family. The temple is so beautiful. It is also a famous place of mumbai. If someone will go Mumbai, I will recommend that you must visit this place.
    Written 18 July 2021
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque and located at around 500 yards inside the Arabian Sea, one has walk through a pathway to visit the mosque. The pathway has several small shops / hawkers. When we visited in Mar’20, some construction work was going on inside the mosque. There was limited crowd and we offered Chadar and took blessing from the Pir. While entering the pathway, there are several shops on the main road, selling Chadar, flower etc. However, there rates are exorbitantly high, the chadar we bought from them was available at shops on the pathway at 1/3rd rate.
    Written 12 July 2021
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  • MANCHIMASTER
    Mumbai, India826 contributions
    banganga at walkeshwar is place of interest as it says when Lord rama shot an arrow ie ban inthe ground and ganga water came out
    Written 29 December 2018
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  • MWandAW
    North Sydney, Australia3,658 contributions
    My wife an I visited St Thomas Anglican Cathedral (Built in 1718), as part of a city guided tour. We were shown the important features of the church, rather than just allowing us to look around, take photos and leave. The visit by the King George V and Queen Mary of England to the Cathedral on 3 November 1911 was an important event in its history, but surely the visit by a living Saint is just as important. Mary Teresa Bojaxhiu of India (Saint Teresa of Calcutta) also visited for a service on 8 January 1993 and there is a brass plate where she sat. The pews inside the Cathedral are a really beautiful place of tranquility on weekdays, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The other claim to fame is the Cathedral marks colonial Bombay's point zero, the exact centre of the city. A visit to this city's Anglican Cathedral to see these items, is certainly recommended.
    Written 26 March 2020
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  • prerna g
    Mumbai, India2 contributions
    I the time of whatsup facebook instagram and many more social things, if you want to feel some real peace and happiness must visit this place. This the one of best temple i have visited. I have recently visited this temple again before lockdown and it's a magical feeling whenever i went their i feel a life with a something real something very good and peaceful as well as joyfull.
    Written 29 April 2020
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  • golouis99
    Jerusalem, Israel576 contributions
    This synagogue built in the 19th century has only a small conregation today. The building has been restored recently. Inside there is no elevator and a lot of stairs. Photography inside the building is only permitted on payment of fee (about $7). Interesting history of small community that was very involved in commercial and civic life in Mumbai.
    Written 18 December 2019
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  • Rushabh Acharya
    Mumbai, India133 contributions
    Had an opportunity this year before Lockdown to visit Ambarnath Shiva temple. An amazing marvelous structure
    If you get opportunity do visit and watch our ancient marvelous Temple having amazing architecture and Lord Shiva's Darshan
    Written 24 May 2020
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  • plpalani
    Mumbai, India1,510 contributions
    Visited the temple after long time.
    The temple is following all safety protocols. Currently it is open from 8.30 am to 10 am and also for two hours in the evening for darshan. Archana has started in limited way.
    The shop selling Pooja items has also started.
    The temple is maintained well.
    Written 5 December 2020
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