Worship at these popular Ganpati pandals in Pune and celebrate the festival!

Given below are some of the popular Ganpati pandals in Pune that have been organizing one of the best processions in the city during Ganesh Chaturthi. Check them out here!

Lord Ganesha has arrived at our doorstep this year with the same old charm and energy. If you are in Pune at this time, here’s a great chance to visit these popular Ganpati pandals in Pune and witness the glory of Ganesha! Have a look at these and tick these off your list soon!

1. Paanch Manache Ganpati


Popular as Kesari Wada Ganapati, this place holds a prominent position during the Ganpati Utsav in Pune. The folks nearby the areas do not forget to reach this pandal and worship Lord Ganesha. One amazing fact is that this temple is very old and has been attracting crowds for decades.

2. Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati temple


Another oldest temple in Pune is none other than Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati temple, which observes a giant procession during Ganesh Chaturthi. The immense popularity of this place often brings eminent personalities like Chief Minster and other celebrities.

3. Guruji Talim Ganpati


The next popular pandal in Pune is Guruji Talim Ganpati. The story of this place is that the idol here was created by the Shinde and Nalban families in the past to represent harmony and brotherhood between the Hindus and Muslims in the city. It invites people from all walks of life to date!

4. Kasba Ganpati


The Kasba Ganapati is popular for setting up amazing and unique idols. Moreover, the place celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi in different ways every year. It also provides a stage for the artists to showcase their talent during the ten days of the festival.

5. Tambdi Jogeshwari Ganpati


Tambdi Jogeshwari Ganeshotsav Mandal has received the title of “Manacha Dusara Ganapati” from Shri. Lokmanya Tilak in 1893. Since then, the place has been in charge of organizing the Ganesh Festival. Further, the organizers have also been active in upholding various social activities throughout the year.

Also Read: Festive Talks: Marathi community shares memorable moments from the celebrations of Ganesh Chaturthi

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