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Temples For The Triple Sects
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This town has been a centre of pilgrimage for over several centuries now, mainly due to the temple of Vinayaka, the most popular and much revered god of, Maharashtra. For the Maharastrians, this Vigna Vinayaka is more easily accessible than their house-hold deity Bhavani Mata. Temples of all sorts and dimensions come into the view of visitors, as they move along the streets either in the remote rural areas, or posh localities of big cities. Ganeshopasana was popularised by two great devout Ganeshopasakas called Moraya Gosavi and Acharya Yogindra as far back as in the thirteenth century and since then it is on ascendancy. Fairs are held during the Pausha masa equivalent of December-January and festivals are celebrated on such grandiose manner that the devout bhaktas of entire Ganesh cult congregate and convert this place into Bhuloka Swarga with a wide variety of devotional programmes. The temple and deity are of course, are quite moderate in size or sculptural adornment, but the faith and fervor that, surge forth during then defies description. The archamurti - Ganesh not only wards off the satanic forces, but guides them in every 'venture they undertake. Hence unprecedented popularity.

It lies 27 km off Nagapur, accessible by bus from several nearby towns besides Nagapur.


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