Visit these popular pandals in Mumbai this year and celebrate the Ganpati festival!

These popular pandals in Mumbai have opened once again after two years. Hence, this calls for a visit to these pandals and to be part of the celebration.

With decreasing number of Coronavirus cases, this year has brought happiness for Mumbaikars as the government has allowed pandals to operate. But if you are still unaware, no worries at all! We are talking about a few popular pandals in Mumbai where you can go and worship Lord Ganesha. 

1. Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal

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Located in South Mumbai, Lalbaugcha Raja has received global recognition in recent times, all thanks to the power of social media. The idol has been revealed for this year, and it is being seen as one of the biggest crowd pullers in Mumbai.

2. Girgaoncha Raja

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The pandal is popular for the creation of theme-based idols and interiors. You will be amazed to know that the pandal was established in the year 1928. So, get ready to witness the celebrations again!

3. Andhericha Raja

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Founded in 1966, Andhericha Raja attracts a good crowd from the Mumbai suburbs. Moreover, this pandal is popular for its unique themes, and this year, the organizers have let go of the usual temple theme decor and have opted for the replica of the Laxmi Vilas Palace, which is situated in Vadodara.

4. GSB Seva Ganesh Mandal

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The GSB Seva Mandal is popular for adorning the Ganesha idol with golden ornaments. This year will be the 68th year since its inception, so it will be celebrated differently! To check out the theme, you must visit the pandal this year!

5. Mumbaicha Raja

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Another most-visited pandal in Mumbai is Mumbaicha Raja, just a few kilometres away from the popular Lalbaugcha Raja. This pandal is also popular for its themes and this year, the organizers have replicated Varanasi’s famous Kashi Vishwanath temple.

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