Ganpati Pandals To Visit This Year

Ganpati Pandals To Visit This Year

Bappa is back! We’re all so lucky to be born in a country where there are countless occasions to celebrate and be happy about. As our cities gear up for Ganesh Utsav 2017, let’s take a look at Ganpati Pandals to visit this year, so you know what you will be doing the whole weekend.

Lalbaugcha Raja, Mumbai
Regarded as the Ganpati who fulfils wishes, Lalbaugcha Raja is the most visited pandal in Mumbai. In its 84th year, most Mumbaikars always make it a point to visit this Pandal where people stand in queue for more than 24 hours.

Location: Lalbaug Market, GD Goenka Road, Lalbaug
How to reach: Nearest stations are Lower Parel, Cotton Green and Currey Road

Ganpati Pandals To Visit This Year

GSB, Mumbai
Located in King Circle, the GSB Ganpati is known for having a gold idol and celebration of eco-friendly Ganpati every year. Devotees can participate in all religious pujas and activities that take place, as they are conducted in a traditional way.

Location: GSB SPorts Club Ground, King’s Circle, Matunga
How to reach: Nearest station is King’s Circle and Matunga

Ganpati Pandals To Visit This Year

Azad Nagar, Mumbai
This Ganpati pandal is called Andhericha Raja and as visited by celebrities every year. It is a replica of the Ashtavinayak temples with a different theme every year. The crown is made of gold that is donated to the mandal.

Location: Veera Desai Road, Azad Nagar, Andheri
How to reach: Nearest Metro Station is Azad Nagar

Ganpati Pandals To Visit This Year

Kasba Ganpati, Pune
In 1983, Bal Gangadhar Tilak reintroduced Ganpati celebrations right here in Pune. Owing to the traditions and the legacy attached to this pandal, every year the celebrations have a special theme designed that makes it one of the most famous pandals in Pune.

Location: Kasba Peth
How to reach: Auto or Bus

Ganpati Pandals To Visit This Year

Tambadi Jogeshwari Ganpati, Pune
Another original Ganesh Utsav pandals located in Pune, this idol is inside the Jogeshwari temple. Considered to be the protector of the city, it is said that the idol appeared on its own and it can be seen on a silver palanquin.

Location: Jogeshwari Lane, Budhwar Peth
How to reach: Auto or Bus

Ganpati Pandals To Visit This Year

Welcoming the festival with open arms. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!

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