Top 8 Ganesh pandals in Mumbai you must visit
The Chinchpokli cha Chintamani is a one of a kind idol. A large idol which is frequented by thousands of devotees, this Ganesh Pandal is something you shouldn't miss this Ganeshotsav
Mumbaicha Raja or Ganesh Galli Ganpati is celebrating its 90th year this year. The Ganesh idol has a Seshnaag murti which is the same as the 1985 idol made by famous idol sculpture Dinanath Veling
Goud Saraswat Brahmin Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Samiti, King’s Circle is a beautiful pandal in the heart of the city. Its opulence and grandeur are something that you simply must not miss.
Goud Saraswat Brahmin (GSB) Seva Mandal, Wadala is another Ganesh Pandal that is one you must visit this Ganeshotsav.
Khetwadi Cha Raja is another wonderful Ganesh Pandal that is a must-see. The Mandal has been the home for large Ganesh Idols since the year 1977 and is known for opulence.
Lalbaugcha Raja was founded in 1934 and sees a large turnout since this idol of Lord Ganesha is considered 'Navsacha Ganpati', which means the fulfiller of all wishes.
Sahyadri Krida Mandal, Chembur is another Ganesh Pandal that is frequented by many. With a 10 foot idol of the lord Ganesha, this pandal is a definitely a place you must visit.