Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple in Maharashtra.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple in Maharashtra

Among these are the Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple in Maharashtra, Pune Raigad Ahmadnagar three districts of Maharashtra. He is also call Swayambhu Ashtavinayaka.

Eight holy and self-sufficient Ashtavinayaka temples in Pune, Raigad, and Ahmednagar districts of Maharashtra, Morgaon, Siddhatek, Pali, Mahad, Theur, Lenyadri, Ozar, and Ranjangaon.

Each temple has its own historical and mythological significance so they are mentione according to the historical construction and craftsmanship of the temple. Ashtavinayak Yatra is of special importance among the devotees, hence the intention is to start from Morgaon and end at Morgaon.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple – Mayureshwar of Morgaon

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple Ganesh

Morgaon is the first Ganesha temple in Ashtavinayak Yatra in Pune district. Morgaon is a village in Baramati taluka at a distance of 55 km from Pune city.

Moreshwar Ganpati’s trunk is turn to the left and the idol is also facing east. The idol of Moreshwar Ganpati is very beautiful and very attractive and fascinating. On the head of the idol is a beautiful picture of Hawthorn and Riddhi & Siddhis are standing on the side and carrier rats and peacocks are standing in front.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple – Sidhhivinayak of Siddhatek.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple

Second Ganesha temple in Ashtavinayaka Yatra. There is a temple of Siddhivinayak on the hill of Siddhatek on the banks of river Bhima in Karjat taluka of Ahmednagar district.

The Ganapati idol here is three feet tall. He is seating one leg, and Riddhi and Siddhi are sitting on it. The only one of the Ashtavinayakas facing north is the one whose trunk is on the right. This Ganesha is very powerful because of his trunk on the right.

This temple was Rebulid by Ahilyabai Holkar, there is a bronze bust of the dread Siddhivinayak. The moon, sun, and eagle are carve on them.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple – Shri Chintamani of Theur.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple

This form of Ganesha, which removes the worries of devotees, is call Chintamani. There is a temple of Chintamani in Theur village of Pune district. The idol of Lord Ganesha is facing east and the trunk is on the left side. Ganesha has jeweled eyes. There is a large brass bell.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple -Ballaleswar of Pali.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple

Ballaleshwar means Ballal Vinayak is the only Lord Ganesha know by a devotee’s name. There is a magnificent temple of Ballaleshwar in Pali in Sudhagad taluk of Raigad. The special feature of Ganapati here is that the idol is small and has a big forehead. Diamonds are Fix in the eyes and navel of the idol. There is a silver mahirap on the back and the works of Riddhi and Siddhi are in this Temple.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple -Shri Varad Vinayak of Mahad.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple

Varadvinayak of Mahad is know as the one who fulfills all the wishes and aspirations of the devotees and fulfills vows. There is a grand temple of Varadvinayak at Mahad in the Raigad district. The main attraction of this temple is a lamp burning continuously near the Idol. This temple was Build in 1725 AD by Subhedar Ramji Devalkar. This temple Koularu was the ith golden culmination. And on all four, ides there are replicas of elephants.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple -Shri Vigneshwar of Ozar.

Ozar in Junnar taluk of Ahmednagar is a temple of Ashtavinayaka. There is Lord Ganesha’s idol facing east and Lord Ganesha’s trunk on the left. In ancient times, Lord Ganapati took the avatar of Vigneshwara to destroy Vighnasura. Ganapati is considere to be the wealthiest Vigneshvara in Ashtavinayaka

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple -Shri Girijak of Lenyadri.

Goddess Parvati performe sadhana here to get a son, that’s why Ganapati is known here as Parvati’s i.e. Girija’s son. Near the Shivneri fort are also the caves of Lenyadri, the temple of Ganesha situated in its cushion is a temple of Lord Ganesha among the Ashtavinayakas.

Ganapati temple facing north and trunk on the left, Mahadev on the right, and Maruti on the left. Among the Ashtavinayakas, this is the only temple on a mountain. There are a total of 18 caves on the Lenyadri hill, in which there is an idol of Athavel Girjakta and there are carvings of tigers, lions, and elephants on the pillars of the temple.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple -Shri Mahaganpati of Ranjangaon.

The eighth Ganesha place in the Ashtavinayak Yatra is Shri Mahaganapati Temple at Ranjangaon in Shirur Taluka of Pune District. It is the most powerful Ganapati temple among the Ashtavinayakas.

The idol of Mahaganapati of Ranjangaon is seating on a lotus and Riddhi and Siddhi are standing beside it. The main door of the temple here is in the east direction. The gabhara of the temple was Build by Madhavrao Peshwa.

Famous Ashtavinayaka Temple -Shri Mahaganpati of Ranjangaon.

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