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Walkeshwar temple

Walkeshwar temple  is among the most ancient temples of Mumbai having earned a heritage status for its architecture and popularity among the pilgrims. Originally built by the Silharas around 1050 years ago on Malabar Hill, Walkeshwar temple derives its name from Valuka Ishwar meaning Lord of Sand.


  Mahalaxmi temple

Mahalaxmi temple is among the oldest temples in Mumbai. Situated on the picturesque locale of Breach Candy at the Northern foot of the Malabar hills, the Maha Laxmi temple is thronged by millions of devotees each month.



Babulnath Temple

Located in the very heart of Mumbai City, at nearly 1000 feet above sea level, over looking the Arabian Sea lies the majestic temple of Lord Babulnath [Lord Shiva]. Even in a city like Mumbai you'll be surprised to feel peace and tranquility at Babulnath - a place where Almighty resides. While almost all other festivals are celebrated during the day, Mahashivaratri is celebrated at night, which stands for all that is evil: injustice, ignorance, darkness, sin, violence, treachery, falsehood, and misfortune.


  Mumba Devi Temple

Mumba Devi temple is revered as the Shakthi temple in Mumbai, holding much importance since its presiding Goddess Mumbadevi is also the patron goddess of the city. In fact the name 'Mumbai' has been derived from Maa Mumbadevi. Mumbadevi temple once stood on the site of the present Victoria Terminus in the central that was called Mumbai The first Mumbadevi temple was built at Bori Bunder in 1737. It was later demolished and rebuilt at its present site at Bhuleshwar.








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