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According to shastra , taking darshan of Ashtavinayak is in following ways:- Mayureshwar of Moregaon Siddhivinayak of Siddhatek Ballaleshwar of Pali Varadavinayak of Mahad Chintamani Temple, Theur Girijadmaj of Lenyandri Vighneshwar of Ozar Mahaganapati of Ranjangaon *Mayureshwar of Moregaon. Temple in its raw form. Very beautifully placed and the areas does complete justice to the place. Every place has its unique identification of it own. 2 days trip it is Darshan takes 30 mins approx every temple. Easy ways roads are good, maps and sign boards are available every where
It also has a 50-foot-tall wall around it for protection. A unique feature of this Lord Ganesha temple is the statue of Nandi, Lord Shiva’s bull, which is to be found right in front of the entrance. Nandi is usually only found in Lord Shiva’s temples. This is perhaps the only Lord Ganesha temple with a Nandi statue, adorning the entrance way. The main temple has Lord Ganesha’s idol mounted on a peacock. Hence it is true to the literal translation of its name Moreshwar/Mayureshwar as peacock is called “Mor” or “Mayur” It is about 55km away from pune.
The second temple on this tour is the Shri Siddhivanayak temple, in Siddhitek, on a small hillock. This temple is by far the most well-known and well-publicised temple of the Ashtavinayak as it is often mentioned in columns and popular shows. The “garba griha” or the sanctum sanctorum of the temple, where the deity is kept, is 15 feet high and 10 feet wide. It is believed to have been constructed by Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore. The Sidhiv‐ inayak temple has idols of Riddhi and Siddhi here too. These two idols rest on the thigh of Lord Ganesha. For making one “pradakshina” or one circumambulation of the idol, one has to actually go around the hillock. This takes about half an hour to forty-five minutes at the most. The pradakshina path is made of stone. Devotees, believers and followers from across the world come to this temple to do the pradakshina in the hope that Lord Ganesha will be pleased with their toil and fulfill their wishes. This temple is located on the Pune-Sholapur highway, 48 km from Srigonda. It is 18 km from the Daund railway station.
This temple has two lakes on either side. It has the murti of Lord Ganesha with a “mushika” or mouse, his mythical mount, with a “modak” , his favourite sweet. The garba griha is supported by eight pillars, which have been beautifully hand-crafted. The temple is made of stone. In winter, the sun’s rays fall directly on the idol at sunrise, making the idol look very beautiful. The idol has diamonds embedded in the facial area for eyes.Also, in this temple the “prasad” , or sweet given to devotees post prayer, offered here is besan laddu. This makes this temple distinct from other Lord Ganesh temples in the sense that they usually offer modak, the Lord’s favourite. Pali is located on the Mumbai-Pune highway, 30 km south west from Karjat railway station.
This is the fourth temple in the Ashtavinayak Yatra. Here Lord Ganesha is held as the giver of all success. This temple is at a place called Mahad. Here, there are four elephant idols on the four sides of the temple. The dome here has been elaborately carved, with exquisite perfection. It also has designs of the cobra, somewhat unusual for a temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Another unusual factor is that here one does not need the guidance or assistance of the temple priests; people can come and worship the Lord personally without any restrictions. This temple is only 3 km off the Mumbai-Pune highway and 6 km from Khopoli.
The fifth temple of the Yatra, the Chintamani temple is located at Theur. According to the legend behind this temple, Lord Ganesha managed to retrieve a “chintamani” or jewel for the sage Kapila. Sage Kapila decided to put the jewel around Lord Ganesha’s neck and so the temple is called Chintamani Vinayak or literally “the bejewelled Ganesh”. There is also a lake close to the temple, called Kadambteertha. This temple was the family deity of Peshwa Madhav Rao I, fourth Peshwa, or ruler, of the Maratha Empire. He died very young and probably at this very temple. The temple is located 22 km from Pune and on the confluence of the three rivers of Mula, Mutha and Bhima.
This is the sixth temple in the circuit, built at Lenyadri. This temple is not actually a temple per se. It is actually a cave complex consisting of 18 caves of Buddhist origin. The main temple is in the 8th cave. It has been carved out of a single mammoth-sized stone with no pillars to support it. The idol in this temple is neither well-carved nor well-designed. Also, it does not have any provisions for electric bulbs. It is lit up only by the bright rays of the sun in the day time. The temple is 94 km from Pune and 5 km from Shivneri fort,
Shri Vigneshwar Vinayak Temple
This temple is located at Ozar. In this temple, the Lord Ganesha idol has the statues of Riddhi and Siddhi on either side. “Vighna” means obstacle due to unforeseen causes. Vighnasur was a demon created to destroy prayers organized by King Abhinandan. The demon also started destroying otherVedic religious acts. Lord Ganesha defeated him and so was called the “Vighnahar” or “Vighneshwar” , the temple faces the east and is surrounded by high, thick stone walls. One can walk on the wall. The main hall of the temple is 20feet long and the inner hall is 10 feet long. The idol, facing east-ward, has its trunk towards the left and rubies for eyes. There is a diamond on the forehead and some jewel in the idol. Idols of Riddhi and Siddhi are placed on the either side of the Lord Ganesha idol. The temple pinnacle is made of gold. This temple is located on the to Pune-Nashik Highway, in the town of Ozar.
The 8th and final temple, the Mahaganapati temple at Ranjangaon is historically believed to have been visited by Peshwa Madhav Rao I who also built the stone garbha griha around the temple. Here lord Ganesha is seated on a lotus with Riddhi and Siddhi on either side. The temple has a main entrance with two mythical guards or “yakshas”. Sunlight falls directly on the idol, illuminating it beautifully. After visiting this this temple, devotees must return to the Moreshwar temple to complete the entire Yatra.
Pune To Astvinayak 2 Days Route
|From Pune||Route||Route Via|
|First day Route|
|Moregaon -Siddhatek||1 day||Moregaon-Choufula-Phata-Daund-Siddhtek
|Theur-Rajangaon||1 day||Theur-kesnand phata-Shikrapur-Rajangaon
|Rajangaon - Ozar||Night Halt||Shikrapur-Chakan-Rajgurunagar-Narayangaon-Ozar
|Second day Route from Ozar|
Pune To Astvinayak 3 Days Route
|From Pune||Route||Route Via|
|First day Route|
|Moregaon -Siddhatek||1 day||Moregaon-Choufula-Phata-Daund-Siddhtek|
|Theur-Rajangaon||1 day||Theur-kesnand phata-Shikrapur-Rajangaon|
|Rajangaon - pune||1 day||Rajangaon-Shikrapur-wagholi-pune|
|1st Night Halt||pune|
|Second day Route from Ozar|
|2 nd Night Halt||pali|
|Three day Route from Ozar|
|Pali-Morgaon||3 day||Pali-amnori-Khopoli-Lonvala-pune bypass-Jejuri-Moregaon|
Moreshwar At Morgaon
Shri Moreshwar Ganpati Temple Morgaon
Mr. The Mayureshwar Temple or Sri Moreshwar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ganesha. It is located at Moragao in Pune district, about 80 km from Pune city of Indian state
Siddhivinayak At Siddhtek
Shri Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple Siddhtek
Siddhivinayak Temple of Siddeptek is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ganesh.
Chintamani At Theur
Shri Chintamani Ganapati Temple Theur
Chintamani Temple of Theur is one of the Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Ganesha. This temple is located 25 kilometers away from Pune. At the same time, Lord Ganesh is one of the most famous temples in Ashtavinayak, the Ashtavinayak of Lord Ganesha is located in the Maharashtra state of Maharashtra near Pune city.
Maha Ganpati Ranjangaon
Shri Maha Ganpati Temple Ranjangaon
Before fighting the Tripura rashtra, Shiva is believed to have worshiped Ganesha.
Vigneshwara At Ozar
Shri Vigneshwara Ganpati Temple Ozar
Oghar's Vaghnar Ganapati Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ganesha.
Girijatmaj At Lenyadra
Shri Girijatmaj Ganapati Temple Lenyadra
It is believed that Parvati (Lord Shiva's wife) used to meditate for Ganesh to digest here. This temple is in the Buddhist-dominated 18-cave cave complex.
Varad Vinayak At Mahad
Shri Varad Vinayak Ganpati Temple Mahad
Shri Varad Vinayak Temple at Mahad is 63 km from Mumbai, 85 km from Pune, 25 km from Karjat, 21 km from Lonavla and 6 km from Khopoli. This temple is 1.5 km from Mumbai-Pune old highway.
Ballaleshvara Ganpati Pali
Shri Ballaleshwar Ganapati Temple Pali
Shri Ballaleshwar Ganapati Temple is one of the eight main temples of Ganesh.Ballaleshwar is situated in Raigad district. It is sitting on a throne on the throne and facing the east. There are two diamonds in his eyes and the inferior one is.