Mahalaxmi Temple, Mumbai

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    Mahalaxmi Temple

    by MM212 Updated Mar 19, 2009

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    Mahalaxmi Temple, seen from Haji Ali Dargah

    Built in 1785, Mahalaxmi (or Mahalakshmi) Temple is one of the holiest Hindu temples in Bombay. It is dedicated to Laxmi, the goddess of wealth and Vishnu's consort. The temple is located by the sea at the northern end of Malabar Hill and is easily seen from the Haji Ali Shrine further north.

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    Mahalaxmi Temple

    by mili_143 Written Apr 12, 2006

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    The Mahalaxmi Temple in Mumbai, is a popular holy place in mumbai. Mahalaxmi is the goddess of wealth. It is situated at one end of Breach Candy.

    Named for Laxmi, the goddess of wealth, and her consort Lord Vishnu, this shrine is the focus of Navratri celebrations (when devoted Hindus offer gifts to gods and goddesses). A closed-circuit TV network allows you to view the ceremonies without having to brave the throngs at the entry gate

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