The Vigneshwara Temple or Vighnahar Ganapati Temple of Ozar also spelt as Ojhar or Ojzar is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ganesha, the elephant-headed god of wisdom. The sanctuary is one of the Ashtavinayaka, the eight respected altars of Ganesha in Maharashtra, India. The Ganesha frame loved here is called Vigneshwara spelt likewise as Vigneshvara, Vigneshwar : "Ruler of hindrances" or Vignahar spelt additionally as Vignahara, "Remover of snags" and is related with the legend of Ganesha crushing Vignasura, the evil presence of impediments.
Ozar is situated around 85 km from Pune, off the Pune-Nashik expressway and around 9 km north to Narayangaon. Along another Ashtavinayak sanctuary of Lenyadri, Ozar is in the Junnar taluka of Pune area. Ozar is arranged on the banks of Kukadi River near the Yedagaon dam based on it. Chimaji Appa, sibling and military leader of the Peshwa Baji Rao I, remodeled the sanctuary and secured the shikhara sanctuary tower with gold subsequent to grabbing the Vasai Fort from the Portuguese. The sanctuary was likewise redesigned in 1967 by the Ganesha fan Appa Shastri Joshi.