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Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Pune

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Visit the temple of Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, known for its lavishly decorated idol, which is insured for $150,000. The temple was constructed in 1893 by a wealthy Pune businessman who lost his son in an epidemic, and he dedicated it to Lord Ganesh, the Hindu god with the head of an elephant. Admire the elaborate detailing of the imposing temple structure, illuminated with shimmering lights in the evening, and view the massive Ganesh image, decorated with 8 kg (17 lb) of gold. Arrange to visit Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple and other attractions in Pune using our Pune day trip app.
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  • Superb interior architecture, reached here by catching a local bus for rs 10 from railway station, blessed to see ganesh pooja and also lord Shiva Aarti,never saw such a visual wonder 
    Superb interior architecture, reached here by catching a local bus for rs 10 from railway station, blessed to see ganesh pooja and also lord Shiva Aarti,never saw such a visual wonder  more »
  • This is a must-do for every traveler who visits Pune. It is in the heart of city and always crowded. If you want to do shopping, this is the place and also take the darshan of Dagadusheth Ganpati... 
    This is a must-do for every traveler who visits Pune. It is in the heart of city and always crowded. If you want to do shopping, this is the place and also take the darshan of Dagadusheth Ganpati...  more »
  • We visited Dagduseth Halwai Ganpati Mandir in Pune and entered from Gate no. 3 and in less then 3 minutes had amazing darshan. We also had pleasure of sitting in front of murti and taking blessings... 
    We visited Dagduseth Halwai Ganpati Mandir in Pune and entered from Gate no. 3 and in less then 3 minutes had amazing darshan. We also had pleasure of sitting in front of murti and taking blessings...  more »
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  • A must visit if you are in town the temple has a very positive aura and the Ganpati is complete captivating. There is a lot of yummy food to eat around the corner so you just come here and take a walk.
  • 1. Soul satisfying vibe in this temple. Once you enter inside the temple, you can literally feel the calmness. 2. You can also buy VIP tickets which are 100-/ per person. 3. While exit their is a Mahadev temple as well, which makes this visit more divine. 4. Must visit for all. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
  • One of the best Ganesh ji temples @ pune. Ganesha idol is mesmerising, calm and the more you see the idol the more you will engross in it. Overall the temple architecture is superior, and wonderfully built, I loved it. Here Vinayak ji is known for wish fulfillment.
  • Pune's most famous place and also crowds of their. also people visit and people comes from Mumbai, chennai, Gujarat, delhi, and all india people are come to visit. And diwali , Sankashta chaturthi, and all festivals time temple decorate and spread to some message from decorations and incredible and lovable decorations they decorate
  • Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Mandir is a temple committed to Lord Ganesha (additionally known as Ganpati). it's far a number of the famous temples in Pune. Many devotees come to attend the every day aarti, pooja and different rituals. The temple is controlled by Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Sarvajanik Ganpati accept as true with. And it looks at its best at some point of the annual Ganeshotsav competition while the complete temple is adorned with vegetation and colourful lights for the grand celebrations. It attracts each locals and tourists who want to witness the grandeur of the celebrations. Many celebrities and politicians, too, visit the temple and get benefits from the lord. The temple believe also works towards development of orphanages and old-age houses. Social welfare activities like establishing medical camps, coping with ambulance services, and setting up studying facilities also are done.

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