Shrimant Dagduseth Halwai Mandir, Pune
Shrimant Dagduseth Halwai Temple is another popular Ganesh temple of Maharashtra, which is located in Pune. This temple is also famous for its architectural art. Dagduseth Halwai of Pune built this temple in 1893 after his son died of plague. People from all over the country and abroad come to this temple to have darshan of Lord Ganesha.
Ucchi Pillayar Koil Temple
This ancient famous Ganesha temple is located in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu. This temple is on a 272 feet high mountain. According to a belief, Lord Ganesha had installed the idol of Lord Ranganath there. According to mythological beliefs, after the killing of Ravana, Shri Ram gifted the idol of Lord Ranganath to Vibhishana. Shri Ram had told Vibhishan to keep in mind that once you place this idol, it will be established there. Vibhishan wanted to take that idol to Lanka. On the way, Vibhishana wanted to take a bath in the Kaveri river, but he did not want to keep the idol on the ground.
Ranthambore Ganesh Temple, Rajasthan
Ganesh Temple of Ranthambore is one of the famous temples of the country, it is in Ranthambore district of Rajasthan. Devotees come here to have darshan of the Trinetra form of Lord Ganesha. There is an interesting story behind this temple. This temple also received the invitation for the marriage of Lord Krishna and Rukmani. After this, people from all over the country send their wedding invitations to this temple. Every year on the day of Ganesh Chaturthi, a Ganesh fair is organized near the temple, where lakhs of people come.
Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai
This famous temple is located in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, it is one of the magnificent temples of the city. This temple was built in 1801 by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil. Leaders, actors and other dignitaries from all over the country and abroad come to this temple to have darshan of Ganpat Bappa.
Kanipakam Vinayak Temple, Chittoor
This Vinayaka temple is located at Kanipakam in Chittoor district in Andhra Pradesh. Kulothung Chola had built this temple. Later, in the beginning of the 14th century, the rulers of the Vijayanagara Empire expanded this temple. Lakhs of devotees come to worship Lord Ganesha. Most of the devotees come to see Vinayak on Ganesh Chaturthi during the Brahmotsavam festival.