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Places To Visit Near Titwala

Places to Visit near Titwala : Titwala is a beautiful small town of Western Indian state which is close to the kalyan. The town Titwala is situated on the bank of regular river kalu which enhances the beauty of this small town and hence it’s one of the famous sites for visitors and tourists. Since the small is town so the population is also not high and according to survey by Indian government, Titwala covers a zone of 507.881 hectares with a populace of 26,331 (according to Year 2001). 




There are so many places to visit near Titwala and according to me one should never miss these visiting points when travelling to kalyan or even Mumbai. As you know that the main purpose of this site is only to provide properties and areas near Titwala so in this Titwalaproperties blog post I’m going to mention about some of the best Places to visit Near Titwala.


Places to Visit Near Titwala


When you ask from a local people that which are the famous places to visit near Titwala then Titwala Ganesh Mandir stood first in the list. Yes, Titwala is a site of attraction mainly for the Siddhivinayak Mahaganapati Temple (Titwala), wherein lakhs of devotees visit this Titwala Ganesh Mandir during Ganesh Chaturthi and this is the only place in kalyan which is fully engaged with crowd almost all the time(day as well as night).

Titwala Ganesh Mandir (Places to Visit near Titwala)

As I have already discussed in detail about Ganesh Temple (Titwala) in my previous post. It is a great site for the lovers visit having a confidence in mind to satisfy their wishes by offering prayers to Lord Ganesha. Once you reach Titwala Ganesh Mandir, you can feel the calmness noticeable all around you can here feel that the Lord Ganesh icon is conversing with you.There is Arti being held four times in a day which is worth attending.

 Vitthal-Rukmini Temple (Places to visit near Titwala)

 Vitthal-Rukmini Temple is another very good places to visit near Titwala. Vitthal-Rukmini Temple is the principle focus of love for the Hindu god Vitthal, accepted to be a local type of god Krishna or Vishnu and his consort Rakhumai. It is the most visited place near Titwala.

Shri Gajanan Maharaj Mandir (Places to visit near Titwala)

Shri Gajanan Maharaj Mandir were built to honor shri sant Gajanan Maharaj, died in nineteenth–, early-twentieth-century. He was a Indian holy man known to many people in Titwala and hence even after his death the his devotees from all over India came here to visit and thus it’s one of the famous places to visit near Titwala.

Besides these, there are also so many places to visit near Titwala. When you visit Titwala then you can also buy a Titwala Map from street shop which will clearly taught about the places to visit near Titwala, how to visit Titwala famous places easily, transportation Titwala etc.

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Titwala Ganesh Mandir

Titwala Ganesh Mandir:  Titwala is a very small town close to Kalyan in the Western Indian state of Maharashtra. It is arranged at the banks of the regular river Kalu. Titwala covers a zone of 507.881 hectares with a populace of 26,331 (according to Year 2001). Titwala is a site of attraction mainly for the Siddhivinayak Mahaganapati Temple (Titwala), wherein lakhs of devotees visit this Titwala Ganesh Mandir during Ganesh Chaturthi and Angarki Sankashti Chaturthi.



Titwala Ganesh Mandir goes over from the eleventh Century bearing the construction modeling style of Hemadpanti. By pacifying the Ganesh Idol by the sage Kanva, King Dushyant and Devi Shakuntala got a shot of meeting up after quite a while of contradiction. Here was it when that ties knots with one another.

Titwala Ganesh Mandir is extremely significant spot where the lovers visit having a confidence in their brain to satisfy their wishes by offering prayers to Lord Ganesha. Over the whole year this Mandir is thronged in by bvisitors and develotees as getting here is also very simple, the pioneers can also reach here through Titwala station which is one of the stations in central railway, yet you can also advantageously reach the temple through Kalyan station. If you wish to drive to Titwala then it's also easy however you can do it from Kalyan, Thane and Mumbai.

Once to reach the Titwala Ganesh Mandir you can feel the calmness and peacefullness noticeable all around you can here feel that the Lord Ganesh symbol is conversing with you, the flash according to the icon and the appeal will make you feel has if a true person is ahead you inclining to converse with you. There is Arti being held four times in a day which is worth attending.

Titwala Ganesh Mandir (Temple Timing on Normal Day)

Temple Doors are Open for Darshan - Morning 5:00 to 13:00 hours
Temple Doors are Closed for Darshan - Afternoon 13:00 to 14:00 hours
Aarti - 14:00 to 14:30
Temple Doors are Open for Darshan - 14:30 to 18:00
Temple Doors are Closed for Darshan - 19:00 to 21:00
Aarti - 18:00 to 18:45

Each Mandir and the place as some or other legend connected to it so same is the situation with the Ganesh Temple of Titwala. Local People of Titwala say that the construction of the Titwala Ganesh Mandir was done by Shakuntala Devi who was the daughter of Apsara Menaka and Vishwamitra Sage, she built this Mandir to get rid of the condemnation because of her touchy disposition. After taking darshan from the Mandir you can have a look the Kalu River in front of the Titwala Ganesh Mandir.

Apart from Titwala Ganesh Mandir, also don’t miss a chance to visit the local nearby Temples like:

·         Vitthal-Rukmini Temple
·         Saibaba Mandir
·         Shitaladevi Mandir
·         Hanuman Mandir
·         Swami Samarth Maharaj
·         Shri Gajanan Maharaj Mandir

So, this is the Post I have regarding Titwala Ganesh Mandir, however stay connected with us as more Post on Titwala are still to come.


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