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Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai : De-Stressed Beginning Of New Journey

October 11, 2014

A new day at Mumbai was as refreshing as a bud transforming into flower. The speedy life and blissful Siddivinayak temple Mumbai in the mid reflects a picture of silence in the crowd. This divine shrine is the unbreakable trust and faith towards lord Ganesha by the people of Maharashtra. One of the richest temples in India welcomes the devotees with widely opened hands, taking away all the negativity. People say that nobody was there on this land that does not have wishes till their last breathe and so was I. I did not know whether my prayers would be accepted or not, but one thing was very clear. I got that precious and priceless moment that bestowed me with a tint of bliss within, as if I deeply required it.

Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai

Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai | Image Resource : mapsofindia.com

The black idol of Lord Ganesha with four hands gives a strong message of true humanity. Located at Prabha Devi in Mumbai, the temple is close and well connected to other attractions of Mumbai. The luminous sun dazzles on the dome of the temple gracefully. The image is captivating and I took some of the clicks patiently. Being the destroyer of every obstacle, Lord Ganesha is worshipped before starting a new venture or project and especially pure occasions like wedding ceremonies. Flanked by the two Goddesses Riddhi and Siddhi, the Lord depicts the sign of sanctity, prosperity and fulfillment. It was a high time when I was there to worship. The morning was presenting its calm weather. I sat outside the temple for a while to feel the spirituality within.

My morning was truly good after the worship of the shrine. Sometimes we don’t have reasons to do something and so did happen to me before reaching the temple. It was planned without specific reasons. The only thing that attracted me towards it was the popularity. But now I realized that destiny always pave way for your journey. Unaware of this truth I kept on taking things easily. What would have been more interesting than the beginning of my journey with the Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai? Now the time came to catch up with Prince of Wales Museum and share some moments of Indian history.

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