Mahad Ganpati Temple or Varad Vinayak, additionally spelt as Varadavinayaka, is one of the Ashtavinayak sanctuaries of the Hindu god Ganesha. It is situated in Mahad town arranged in Khalapur taluka close Karjat and Khopoli of Raigad District, Maharastra, India. The Varad Vinayak Mahad Ganpati Temple is the Seventh Ganesha sanctuary to be gone to amid the Ashtavinayak Darshan visit. The symbol at the Varad Vinayak Mahad Ganpati Temple is Swyambhu and the sanctuary is really perceived as a Math. The sanctuary is essentially planned with a tiled rooftop, an arch 25 feet high with brilliant zenith and a brilliant summit Kalas which has a cutting of a cobra additionally a divinity venerated by Hindus. The Temple is 8 feet long and 8 feet wide. The first icon of Varad vinayak can be seen outside the sanctum. Since the icon was in a gravely weathered condition, the sanctuary trustees submerged that symbol and blessed another symbol in that place. In any case, such a choice of trustees was questioned by few individuals and a suit was documented in the region court. Consequence of this case is as yet anticipated. Presently two symbols, one inside the sanctum and one outside the sanctum can be seen.