The Ganapati temple of Pune, bearing the deity of Lord Ganesha is carved out of black stone made available from the compound comprising of a big platform, an excellent hall and a 'Nagarkhana'. The doors of the Ganapati temple of Pune are also elaborately designed - the door is made up of a multi-colored natural wood.
One of the most revered Hindu Gods Ganesha is also known by various other names like Ganapati, Ekadanta, Vinayaka, etc; and the Ganapati temple of Pune is dedicated to this deity who is worshiped by millions in and across the country.
During the Ganesha Chaturdashi, a Maharashtrian festival, a huge celebration takes place in the temple. During this festival, the Ganapati temple at Pune is decked up with multifarious adornments and devotees from all parts of the country come to visit the temple to pay homage to the Lord Ganesha
There are many other temples dedicated to Lord Ganesha, known as Ganapati in Maharashtra. These temples, which are stationed throughout India, can be listed as:
- Ashta Vinayak
- Siddhi Vinayak
- Vatapi Ganapati
- Pillayaarpati Ganapati, etc.
Therefore, as it is evident, Pune provides an exclusive representation of Lord Ganesha. So if, anybody wishes to see the different facets of the Lord, one can come to Pune.
Last Updated on : 23 May 2013