There is another face of otherwise crowded and always busy Mumbai and this one is the calmer peaceful spiritual side where thousands of people gather at their own will to find the nirvana in this small heart of Bollywood city. Let us see some of the famous destinations for the religious date
This Lord Ganesha temple is situated in the heart of Mumbai in the busy district of Prabhadevi- Worli. It is recommended to visit this place in the early morning hours to avoid the rush. Devotees from all across the country come every year to flood this temple and seek the positivity and blessings on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi best time to visit this place in August and September. This place is easily assessable and has public transport facility too.
This place is another lord Ganesha temple which has beautiful pandals in the premises of this temple whose main attraction is the 11 feet lord Ganesha statue made out of gold in the season of Ganesh festival which is a grand celebration for whole 11 days in the monsoon season. It can be easily traveled through the Mumbai local as nearby railway stations are a lower panel, curry road, chinpokali. You can ease out your waiting time by opting out from the different waiting lines which can cut short your discomfort.
Popularly known as Mahim church this is the place for peace and solace where you can forget all your pain and worries and share your feeling with mother Mary and ask for relief from him. The best part of this place is people with different religious background gather here for evening prayers and offer the candle lightening. This place pulls out the largest crowd on the Wednesdays for the novenas prayer. Connectible with buses and train both this place is spacious to hold a large gathering, well ventilated, has a large TV screen, clean and modern public toilet, cafeteria, counseling centers, and confessions booths.
Located in the bank of the beautiful Arabian sea this mosque not only is a spiritual attraction but is known for its magnificent into Islamic architect. this Dargah was built in 14th century in memory of a wealthy Muslim merchant from Uzbekistan and since then it has been the heat of the city.thersi a beautiful passage which connects the dargah from the main city and is built over the Arabian sea. This place becomes submerged in the sea during full moon night causing high tides.
Situated in Juhu Iskon has many branches all across the country and even abroad. At a distance of ashes away from Juhu beaches, this destination is apt to fulfill your spiritual thirst. The enchanting bhajans and mantras of Radha Krishna fill in the aroma of love n the tranquil environment of Iskon.