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Shri Ballaleshwar Temple, Raigad
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  • Ballaleshwar temple situated in Pali Village, Raigad District, Maharashtra (about 90 kms from Mumbai) is one of the eight temples of Lord Ganesha. Ballaleshwar is the only incarnation of Ganesha that ...  more »
  • This temple can be accessed from Lonavala in Mumbai Pune highway. It is one of the important pilgrimage centres and forms a part of the Ashtavinayak circuit. The only problem is the current condition ...  more »
  • This is the third temple in the series of the eight Ganesh temples, to form the famous pilgrimage of ashtavinayaka. 
  • One of the eight Ganesh temples (Ashtavinayak), this temple is very frequently visited by devotees from all over India. The temple holds an unique traditional architecture and is located adjacent to a pond. One can get an easy darshan if one visits in the morning hours preferably before 9:30 AM.
  • Visit Shri Ballaleshwar Temple, Pali, Maharashtra from book your tour from pune most convenient city to start journey from pune for ashtvinayaka tour, get best deal from Kesarinandan travels for ashtvinayaka tour from pune Mumbai
  • Ganpati Bappa Morya !! Main Ganpati Murti/ Idol and hill behind this temple is same in shape :)
  • I love this place very much. Shree Ganesh
  • Shri ballaleshwar temple 3rd stands in ashtavinayaka temples in Maharashtra. @shri ballaleshwar @