One of the most popular places of worship in Mumbai is the Siddhivinayak Temple, dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The temple was rebuilt on the site of a 200-year old temple. The black stone idol of Lord Ganesh, in the temple is two and a half feet in height and two feet in width. Several devotees throng this temple in the Prabha Devi area of Mumbai.
Every Tuesday People Are Coming To Take A Darshan Lord "Ganpati" .
You Can Visit Any Day But Rush Will All Day for Tuesday . "Jai Ganesh"
One of the most impressive Hindu temples in Bombay, the Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir traces its roots to 1801. It is dedicated to the popular god Lord Ganesh (also called Ganapati), who has the head of an elephant, and is one of the most frequented temples in Bombay. The enormous modern structure was only built in 1994, as an annex to the original temple, in a unique architectural style drawing great inspiration from traditional Hindu temples. Due to the popularity of the temple, particularly among high profile celebrities and politicians, the temple was able to afford such a large scale enlargement to accommodate its growing followers. Located in Prabhadevi, the temple and its wedding-cake dome can easily be spotted from the the road leading to the airport and Bandra from South Bombay.
Situated in Mumbai, Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is a Hindu temple which is dedicated to my deity, Lord Ganesha. The shrine of Siddhi Vinayak (lord Ganesha) is placed in a small hall which has wooden doors to the sanctum and is carved with images of the eight manifestations of Ganesha. As you enter the temple you will encounter the celestial central statue of Ganesha and the rich accesses of the temple watching the splendid sanctum of the roof of the temple which is plated with gold. This temple is one of the richest temples of India and its glory is due to the known and mighty people from politicians to film stars who are in the list of devotees of Lord Ganesha and are frequent visitors of this temple.
Siddhivinayak Temple finds in the Prabha Devi area and is dedicated to Ganesh, the god with an elephant head, of whom frames a black stone statue with the unusual feature of having the trunk turning right BUT this is what I heard as temples in India can be entered only by observants of their religion.
The temple Siddhivinayak is the most important temple in Mumbai. It is on the main road from Juhu to the southern parts of the city.