Religious Places

Tuljabhavani Mata Temple Tuljapur

Tuljabhavani Temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeetahs dedicated to Goddess Shakti. Goddess Tulja Bhavani is worshiped as Ambabai, Jagadamba, Tukai, Bhagwati, and Durga in Osmanabad District of Maharashtra, India. The idol of the deity is the original idol (Swaymbhu Murti) which is made of Shaligram (black non-perishable stone). The installation of the idol of deity …

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Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple Mumbai

Shree Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple is the most popular & significant places of worship of Shree Ganesh in India. Shree Siddhivinayak Temple of Mumbai located in Prabhadevi counted amongst the most venerated temples of India. It is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the Elephant God, and situated in the Prabhadevi locality of the city. The credit for …

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Deeksha Bhoomi

Deeksha Bhoomi Nagpur (Dhamma Chakra Stupa)

Deeksha Bhoomi is a very important religious Buddhist monument situated at Nagpur Maharashtra, India. It is also known as “Dhamma Chakra Stupa”. This is the holy monument where the Buddhists receive Deeksha every year on ‘Ashok Vijaya Dashami Day’. This is the place where Dr. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar along with his followers converted to Buddhism on 14 October …

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Moreshwar Temple Asthavinayak (Mayureshwar)

The Moreshwar temple at Morgaon is the First Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. The Moreshwar idol is believed to be“Swayambhu” as was found or not sculpted by human hands. Moreshwar is also known as Mayureshwar. It is said that the shape of this place is like a peacock. also, once upon a time, there were …

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Ballaleshwar Temple Pali (Asthavinayak)

The Ballaleshwar Temple at pali is the eighth Ganesha temple to be visited during the Asthavinayak Darshan tour. Among the Ashtavinayakas, Ballaleshwar is the only Ganesh who is named after his devotee. Astavinayakas, Ballal Vinayak at Pali, is associated with a legend where Ganapati is said to have come to the aid of a young lad, who was a fervent devotee of Ganapati and …

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