Dagdu Seth Ganpati, Maharashtra, India

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About Dagdu Seth Ganpati

Maharashtra has many Ganpati temples. One of them is Dagdu Seth Ganpati. Dagdusheth Gadve built the temple in memory of his son, who passed away. Gadve, a Halwai (Sweet Maker), was a Lord Ganesha devotee who built this temple in his ancestral home in Budhwar Peth. Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims visit the temple each year.


How to reach Dagdu Seth Ganpati

By Flight

The Pune airport is the closest airport to the Dagdu seth halwai ganpati, which is about 11 kilometres away. There are several flights from Mumbai to Pune, and it takes about 45 minutes to fly from Mumbai to Pune. From the airport to the Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati temple, there are several taxis available. 

By Train

Shivajinagar is the closest railway station to Dagdusheth Ganpati temple, which is about 3 kilometres away. Several trains run between Mumbai and Shivajinagar in Pune, including the Deccan Express, Sinhagad Express, and Sahyadri Express. Shivajinagar is approximately 3 hours and 40 minutes by train from Mumbai.

By Road

Dagdu seth halwai ganpati is well connected by roads to all major cities, including Mumbai. It is situated on Shivaji Road in Pune's Budhwar Peth. The distance between Mumbai and Dagdusheth Ganpati temple is 150 kilometres, and it should take about 2 hours and 45 minutes to drive there.


Things to do in Dagdu Seth Ganpati

1. Offer a prayer 

You can attend Lord Ganesha's daily aarti and other rituals at this temple. The gold-encrusted Ganesha idol stands 7.5 feet tall. Coconuts are offered by devotees in exchange for blessings. From time to time, large sums of gold and money are also offered.

2. Take part in Ganeshotsav

At this temple, you can participate in Ganeshotsav, which is considered the most important of them all and is held in August-September. Ganeshotsav is a ten-day festival in which the temple is festooned with colourful lights and flowers in stripes.

3. Enjoy Arti and Songs

From time to time the temple trust also organises various cultural activities like
Music concerts, bhajans, and Atharvasheersh regularly.

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