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Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir - Things to Know Before Visiting

near Ganesh Temple, Ganesh Chowk, Titwala, Maharashtra 421605, India

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About Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

The temple is dedicated to the Hindu, elephant-headed god of wisdom Ganesha. Titwala is believed to be the putative site of the hermitage of sage Kanva. The place is steeped in ancient legend and the temple is frequented by a very large number of devotees on account of the belief that separated married couples could be united and marriages of desired people could be fixed easily if the Ganesha image installed in the temple is worshipped with devotion. This temple is frequented mostly on Tuesdays

Attractions Near Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

Khadan -shiv temple
Khadan -shiv temple9.38km from Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

This is a historic 11th-century Hindu temple still in use at Ambarnath and known locally as Puratana Shivalaya. The architecture of this temple is very beautiful and wondering.

Malang Gad hill fort
Malang Gad hill fort21.61km from Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

Malang Gad hill fort is a hill fort located in the Matheran Hill Range built by the King Naladev of the Maurya Dynasty in the seventh century. The fort was home to a Nathpanthi Saint named “Machhindranath” during this period.

Shri Vajreshwari Devi Temple (Vajreshwari road)
Shri Vajreshwari Devi Temple (Vajreshwari road)29.12km from Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

Devoted to Goddess Vajreshwari, the temple is located in Vajreshwari town which is 75 km away from Mumbai, Maharashtra. Earlier, the town was known as Vadvali. Later, it was re-named Vajreshwari in honour of the temple deity. Vajreshwari town lies on the banks of the river Tansa, in Bhiwandi city of Thane district, Maharashtra. The temple stands on the Mandagiri hillock, which was formed out of a volcanic eruption.

Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Sanjay Gandhi National Park34.05km from Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

Sanjay Gandhi national park is a protected area near Mumbai. The rich flora and fauna of Sanjay Gandhi National Park attracts more than 2 million visitors every year. Tourists also enjoy visiting the 2400-year-old Kanheri caves sculpted out of the rocky cliffs which lie within the park.

Tulsi Lake
Tulsi Lake34.13km from Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

This is a freshwater lake in the northern Mumbai. It is stated to be the second largest lake in Mumbai and supplies part of the city's potable water.

Kanheri Caves
Kanheri Caves34.68km from Titwala Mahaganpati Mandir

This is a group of caves and rock cut monuments cut into a massive basaltic outcrop in the forests of the Sanjay Gandhi national park . They contain Buddhist sculptures , releif carvings, paintings and inscriptions dating from the first century BCE.

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Thane is one of the few industrially advanced districts in the state of Maharashtra. Thane district is on the North of the Konkan division.