Jai Vinayak Temple Overview

Dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Ganesha, this temple is one of the newly constructed tourist places in Ganpatipule. Built in 2003 by JSW Energy Ltd. of the Jindal Group the temple is locally known as Jindal Ganpati. It is surrounded by an immaculately maintained flower garden and offers a peaceful and relaxing ambience for the visitors.

The construction reflects the Buddhist style and has a three-tiered pagoda-like architecture. A brass Ganesha sculpture is the principal idol, the serene expression on which invokes spiritual bliss. Inside the temple, there is a fishpond and a representation of Mushik considered as Lord Ganesha’s ‘vahana’ or vehicle. A bronze-coated majestic statue of Lord Hanuman stands 6-feet high inside the premises. This place of worship is brilliantly illuminated in the evening, creating a divine atmosphere.

Location: 13km from Ganpatipule, 13km from Jaigad Fort, near Kachare Village.

Timings: Daily 5:30am - 12:30 pm, 5:00pm - 9:50pm.

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