Mumbai is called Maya Nagari. Mumbai is famous worldwide due to Bollywood. It is also called the economic capital of India. There are many tourist places in Mumbai, which is known for its religious and historical feature. Every year tourists from all over the world come to Mumbai. If you also want to go on a pilgrimage, then you can plan Mumbai. However, necessary precautions precautions must be taken during the journey in the Corona period. Come, let’s know about these temples-

Siddhivinayak Temple
Siddhi Vinayak Temple is located in Prabhadevi, Mumbai. The idol of Lord Ganesha is installed in the temple. It was founded in the year 1801. Devotees have immense faith in God. Every Tuesday a large number of devotees visit Bappa and take blessings.

Babulnath Temple
The idol of Lord Shiva is installed in this temple. It is located in the Malabar region of Mumbai. The Babulnath temple is deeply revered by the people of Marwari and Gujarati community. This temple is exactly like Mount Kailash.

Walkeshwar Temple
It is believed that Maryada Purushottam Lord Rama worshiped Shiva by making a Shiva lingam from the sand. The literal meaning of Vakeshwar is Lord Shiva. The Hindustani Classical Music Festival is organized in this temple.

Mumba Devi
Temple It is one of the oldest temple in Mumbai. The city of Mumbai is named after this temple. Somvanshi Kshatriyas and agricultural society have immense reverence for Mumba Devi. Everyday a large number of people come to see Mumba Devi.

Mahalakshmi Temple
This temple was established in the year 1831 and the idol of Goddess Durga, Saraswati and Lakshmi is installed in the temple. It is believed that it was built by a Hindu businessman. From here you can see the best view of the sea. During Navratri, a large number of people visit here to visit the mother.