Ganpati Pandals

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Ganpati Pandals- Lalbaugcha Raja

Lalbaugcha Raja. Mumbai's most popular Ganesh idol. This year the set takes on the look of a king's durbar (court). However, be prepared to wait four to six hours to see it. This mandal draws millions of devotees.

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Ganpati Pandals- Lalbaugcha Raja
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Ganesh Galli

Ganesh Galli. Just a stone's throw away from the Lalbaughcha Raja, this mandal is famous for having grand new themes every year. This year, the set has been constructed to resemble Mysore's Chamundeshwari Temple.

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Ganesh Galli
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Andhericha Raja

This year’s theme of Andhericha Raja is the replica of the ancient Somnath temple located at western border of Gujarat.

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Andhericha Raja
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GSB Seva Ganesha

The GSB Seva Ganesh mandal is affectionately known as Mumbai's gold Ganesh. The mandal, often stated to be the richest in the city, was founded by the Gowd Saraswat Brahmin community from Karnataka in 1954.It is located at King's Circle, Matunga (Central Mumbai).

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GSB Seva Ganesha
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GSB Ganesh Wadala

GSB Ganesh Ustav Mandal Wadala is one of the richest Ganesh Mandals of Mumbai. GSB stands for Gaur Saraswat Brahmin and most of its Devotees are Brahmins. It is not as popular as Lalbaug Ganesh Mandals may be because its situated in a Ram Mandir unlike other Pandals but it has its own Charm in mumbai for many years.rn

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GSB Ganesh Wadala
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Girgaoncha Raja

Girgaoncha Raja is organized by the 82-year-old Nikadvari Lane Sarvajanik Ganesh Mandal. They always opt for an eco-friendly Ganpati idol and is usually more than 20 feet tall. Girgaoncha Raja is located near Charni road railway station.

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Girgaoncha Raja
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Keshavji Naik chawl Ganesh

Religious nature and love and admiration for Bal Gangadhar Tilak made the residents of Keshavji Naik's Chawl promptly respond to his call to observe Community festival of Lord Ganesh.Thus, the Ganesh festival at Keshav Naik Chawl began with the initiation of such festivals in Maharashtra in the year 1893 in a rather humble manner.

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Keshavji Naik chawl Ganesh
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Ahkhil Mugbhat Ganesh Mandal

Ahkhil Mugbhat Ganesh Mandal was formed in 1932 and is considered as one of the heritage mandals in Mumbai. The utsav is famous for the 20 feet shadu idols.The mandal promotes eco-friendly shadu idols.rn

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Ahkhil Mugbhat Ganesh Mandal
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Khattar gali

Khattar gali mandal at Girgaon was established in 1965. The mandal uses Ganesh Chaturthi to create social awareness.

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Khattar gali
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Parlecha Raja

True to the nature of the residents of Vile-Parle, this mandal boasts of celebrating the ganesh festival in an eco-friendly manner. A high motivation for next year 2010 to spread a message of accepting eco-friendly ganapati idols.

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Parlecha Raja
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