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  • Shree Siddhivinayak

    Shree Siddhivinayak

    Dedicated to Lord Siddhivinayak, a form of Lord Ganesha, Shree Siddhivinayak is one of Mumbai's holiest places. It is located strategically in Prabhadevi and is often frequented by Bollywood stars and other celebrities. It is believed that Ramakrishna Jambhekar Maharaj, a disciple of Hindu Saint Akkalkot Swami Samarth, buried two ...

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  • Mount Mary Church

    Mount Mary Church

    Mount Mary Church, also referred to as Mount Mary’s Basilica, stands atop a hillock in Bandra. Overlooking the expansive Arabian Sea, this beautiful church is visited and re-visited by countless devotees and tourists from places near and far.

    Although the present building is around 100 years old, ...

  • Mahakali Caves

    Mahakali Caves

    Lying at an elevation of 230 feet above sea level in Andheri East, Mahakali Caves is a Buddhist monastery. Formerly known as Kondivita Caves, this site has great religious significance. It is a set of 19 rock-cut caves that was built between 1st century and 6th century. Carved out of ...

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  • Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue

    Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue

    The Greek word 'synagogue' means 'house of prayer' and generally refers to Jewish prayer assemblies. Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue is a religious, heritage edifice, located in the Fort area of Mumbai. Jacob Elias Sassoon and his brothers built this old Orthodox synagogue in the honour of their father Eliyahoo Sassoon in ...

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  • Mumba Devi Temple

    Mumba Devi Temple

    Mumba Devi Temple is a renowned shrine in Mumbai, from where the city also got its name. It is dedicated to Goddess Mumbadevi who is regarded as the guardian deity of the region. The temple was first built in 1675 at Bori Bunder but was reconstructed at its present site ...

  • Babulnath Temple

    Babulnath Temple

    Babulnath Temple, located towards the south of Malabar Hill at the end of Marine Drive, is one of the oldest temples in Mumbai. The principle deity in this temple is Lord Shiva, depicted in the form of a Babul tree.

    Built in 1780, this shrine exudes a quaint charm ...

  • Magen David Synagogue

    Magen David Synagogue

    Magen David Synagogue, located in Byculla area of Mumbai, is a heritage edifice with great religious significance. 'Synagogue' is a Greek word that means 'House of Prayer'. David Sassoon, founder of Sassoon Empire in India, built this ancient Orthodox synagogue in the year 1864.

    Flaunting Victorian style ...

  • Church of St. Bonaventure

    Church of St. Bonaventure

    Located amidst verdant green surroundings of Madh, Church of St. Bonaventure is one of the oldest shrines in Mumbai. Believed to have been built during the early years of the 15th century, this religious edifice was constructed by Portuguese Franciscans. Situated on Erangal Beach, this church is a suitable place ...

  • St. Michael's Church

    St. Michael's Church

    St. Michael's Church, located in Mahim, is one of Mumbai’s oldest catholic churches. It is also known as the Mahim Church. Originally built in the year 1534, this shrine was rebuilt a number of times. The structure that stands at present was designed in the year 1973. By far, one ...

  • Banganga


    Banganga Tank is a sacred water reservoir, situated within the premises of the Walkeshwar Temple in Mumbai. It was constructed in AD 1127, under the patronage of a minister of the Silhara dynasty. The tank was destroyed during the Portuguese invasion but was rebuilt with the help of a donation ...

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  • Cathedral of the Holy Name

    Cathedral of the Holy Name

    Cathedral of the Holy Name is a celebrated shrine that is highly regarded by the Christian community in Mumbai. Situated in the prominent commercial centre of Colaba, it stands as a reminder of the colonial era. The foundation stone of the building was laid on 9th July 1902 while it ...

  • Central Chinmaya Mission Trust

    Central Chinmaya Mission Trust

    To give maximum happiness to the maximum number for the maximum time is our religion – the motto of the Central Chinmaya Mission Trust speaks volumes about its contributions in the subjective well-being of the public. With its headquarters in Mumbai, this organisation regulates more than 300 centres all over ...

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  • Haji Ali Dargah

    Haji Ali Dargah

    Haji Ali Dargah is a celebrated Islamic shrine, which earns immense recognition across the globe. This white edifice is nestled on a small islet that lies away from the city's shoreline, almost in the middle of the Arabian Sea. The reason behind the popularity and prominence of this religious complex ...

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  • Hedavde Mahalaxmi Temple

    Hedavde Mahalaxmi Temple

    Param Pujya Guruvarya Dadasaheb Hate Om Shree Maha Laxmi Mata Mandir Trust owns Hedavde Mahalaxmi Temple. The temple, situated in Hedavde village near Vasai, forms an important part of a famous Shakti Peetha. The Shakti Peetha to which this temple belongs is the one where Goddess Sati's ankle fell during ...

  • ISKCON Temple Mumbai

    ISKCON Temple Mumbai

    ISKCON Temple Mumbai is built over four acres of land in Juhu. The foundation of this shrine was laid by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada during the 1970s. The main deity of the temple is Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari (Lord Krishna). Sri Sri Gaura-Nitai and Sri Sri Sita Rama Laxman Hanuman ...

  • Jain Temple Mumbai

    Jain Temple Mumbai

    Jain Temple Mumbai, also known as Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple, is a popular place of religious significance. Located in Walkeshwar area, this shrine is dedicated to Adishwara – the founder of Jainism. It was built more than 100 years ago in 1904 and is larger than most of ...

  • Kanheri Caves

    Kanheri Caves

    A fascinating cluster of rock-cut monuments, Kanheri Caves is situated deep inside the famous Sanjay Gandhi National Park. These caves date back to the ancient times (3rd century BC to 11th century AD), and are believed to be the country's oldest and largest cave formations in a single hill. This ...

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  • Narmadeshwar Mahadev Mandir

    Narmadeshwar Mahadev Mandir

    Lord Shiva, the Parameshwara or The Supreme God, is the main deity of the Narmadeshwar Mahadev Mandir in Mumbai. The temple houses a unique form of the deity known as Bana Lingam, which was obtained from the River Narmada. This Hindu shrine made of white marble is elegantly decorated with ...

  • Shree Balaji Mandir

    Shree Balaji Mandir

    Shree Balaji Mandir is a popular shrine dedicated to Lord Balaji, who is also known as God Venkateswara (a form of Hindu deity Vishnu). Shree Balaji Foundation, a registered Charitable Public Trust, manages this religious site. Located at Charkop in Mumbai, the shrine is thronged by pilgrims all around the ...

  • St. Thomas Cathedral

    St. Thomas Cathedral

    St. Thomas Cathedral earns fame as the first Anglican church of erstwhile Bombay. It is a glorious testament of the several hundred years, during which the city stayed under the reign of the British East India Company. Named after Saint Thomas, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus Christ, this ...

  • Walkeshwar Temple

    Walkeshwar Temple

    Walkeshwar Temple, also known as the Banganga Temple, is an esteemed place of worship for Hindus. Lord Shiva is the prime deity of this temple, which lies in the South Mumbai region of the metropolis. As per legends, Lord Rama stopped here, while going to Lanka on His search for ...

  • Mahalakshmi Temple

    Mahalakshmi Temple

    Goddesses Shree Mahalakshmi (Goddess of Wealth), Shree Mahasaraswati (Goddess of Learning) and Shree Mahakali (Destroyer of Demons) are the principal deities of the Mahalakshmi Temple. Built in the year 1831 by Dhakji Dadaji, a Hindu Merchant, this religious edifice is thronged by countless devotees every year.

    As per ...