The Indian state of Maharashtra is a major pilgrimage centre. It has many temples that devotees flock to from all over the world.
While the famous temples here include the Siddhivinayak temple and the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, there are many more temples that this urban state has to offer its pilgrims.
Maharashtra has many other attractions like beaches, hill stations, lakes, monuments and more. But a trip here is incomplete without visiting the many temples present in the region.
The sights of majestic temple architecture, spiritual sound of the temple bells and the fragrance of incense sticks will make a temple tour here absolutely unforgettable.
Alandi Laxmi Narayan Temple
The entrance to the temple.
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Nerul Balaji Temple
Pilgrims standing outside the temple.
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A temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha.
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The temple that houses a Jyotirlinga.
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The temple of Lord Shiva.
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The temple on a hill.
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The Ganapati Temple at Redi.
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The ancient temple of Grishneshwar.
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Temple dedicated to Lord Rama.
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People outside the Mahalakshmi Temple.
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Morgaon Ganesha Temple
Pilgrims at the temple.
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Mumba Devi Temple
A temple dedicated to the Mother Goddess.
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The Saptashrungi temple on a cliff top.
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Shirdi Sai Temple
The majestic Sai Baba temple at Shirdi.
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Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
The three spires of the Swaminarayan Mandir.
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The majestic Siddhivinayak Temple.
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Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple
The Trimbakeshwar Temple cut out of a rock.
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Tulja Bhavani Temple
Devotees entering the temple.
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Crowd of devotees outside the Vithoba Temple.
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