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Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple | Maharashtra, Pune

Located in Pune, Maharashtra, Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha. It is one of the popular temples in Maharashtra. The temple was built sometime in late 1893.

Legend

Dagadusheth Halwai (Dagadusheth Gadve) was Lingayat trader and Sweet maker (Halwai in Marathi) from Karnataka. He was a successful sweetmeat seller and a rich businessman. He lost his only son to the plague epidemic in the late 1800s. A very depressed Dagduseth and his wife, Lakshmibai were asked to build a temple by their Guru Shri Madhavnath Maharaj. Their guru recommended building a Ganesha temple to heal them spiritually. The temple was compl...View more

Architecture

Jay and Vijay, the two sentinels made of marbles adorn the main entrance. The construction is intentionally kept so simple that devotees may catch a  glimpse of Lord Ganesha from outside too. The Ganesha idol is 7.5 ft tall and 4 ft wide. The deity is adorned with almost 8 Kg of gold.Picture courtesy : commons.wikimedia.org

Darsan Info

Temple Timings (Daily) : 6.00 A.M To 11.00 P.M.
Ganeshotsav, Sankashti Chaturthi, and Akshaya Tirtaya are the best time for the darshan.

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Darsan Dresscode

No specific dress-code.
The temple is in a crowded market are so plan your commute accordingly.

Culture

The culture here is popularly knows as Puneri. Pune has a rich heritage of culture and knowledge. Nothing represents Maharashtrian culture as well as Pune does. Pune exudes of a culture very rich in spirituality, music, and visual arts. Marathi Rangbhoomi (theatre) is very popular here. Pune is also very popular for street-food. At the same time, Pune has kept it in pace with modern traditions. It is called the 'Oxford of East' and you can also visit Osho International Meditation Resort to witness a completely different culture.

Language Spoken:Marathi,Hindi

Location and Contact

Ganpati Bhavan, 250, Budhver Peth, Pune, Maharashtra - 411002
+91 2024479222

Auto Rickshaws, Buses, and Cabs are easily available from any part of the city.

Additional Info

  1. Hotel Basera: (+91) 93253 46709
    Hotel Tiranga Residency: (+91) 20 2449 0190
    Chetana Hotel: (+91) 20 2447 5455
    Hotel Samadhan: (+91) 20 2445 7341
    Hotel Avanti: (+91) 20 2444 3003
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Temple Rituals

Daily Abhishek: 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Ganeshyagya: Every Tuesday
Monthly Abhishek
Monthly Vinayaki Chaturthi
Annual Angarki Chaturthi

Regular Offerings

Modaks, Flowers, and Coconuts are regular offerings. Donations could be made to the trust for Charitable activities or Special religious Rituals. Gold is also a very popular offering by those who can afford it.

Special rituals

On Sankashti Chaturthi, Maha abhishek of Ganpati idol is done. On Akshaya Tritiya an offering of mangoes is placed before Shri Ganapati, next day thousands of mangoes are then distributed to devotees who visit the temple. Gudi Padwa is celebrated as foundation day of the temple.

famous Festivals

January - Ganesh Janma
February - Vasant Panchami
March - Gudi Padwa, Foundation day of the temple
April - Akshaya Tritiya, Amba Mahotsav
September - Ganeshotsav
November - Kakada Aarti Samapti, Tripurari Pournima, Sankashti Chaturthi

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