Explore Mumbai's vibrant Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations at these iconic pandals, where artistry & devotion blend to create great experiences.
Ganesh Chaturthi starts on September 19 & ends by September 28. During this time, you can visit these iconic Pandals to celebrate it!
People bring Lord Ganesha idols home for varying durations (1.5, 3, 7, or 10 days) and conclude with a heartfelt immersion ceremony.
The Lalbaugcha Raja, one of Mumbai's oldest and renowned Ganesh mandals, is said to stand at a height of 12 feet this year.
Mumbai's wealthiest, opulent Ganpati Mandal has a gold-silver adorned deity, and very lavish decorations.
Founded in 1928, this is one of the oldest pandals & it promotes culture & awareness through its massive idols.
Founded in 1966 by Andheri blue-collar workers, is known for fulfilling wishes and a unique immersion tradition on Sankashti Day.
Where: Andheri West
Founded in 1928, this mandal was inspired by Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak and has a focus on eco-friendliness.
Founded in 1959, the 12th Khetwadi S.G.M. Mandal is famous for creating Mumbai's tallest Ganesh idols, reaching 40 feet in 2000.
Its history spans a century, initially with a small 2-3 feet idol covering Byculla to Sewri, evolving into a towering 23-foot deity on a throne.