The district of Thana in the state of Maharastra has several worth seeing ancient temples and have been luring theists for over centuries now. This Ganesh shrine along with Vithoba temple are, great centres of pilgrimage, and devout Maharastrians pay periodical visits to these shrines, at least twice a year to offering ritualistic worship on auspicious days.

The Maha Ganesh temple is quite ancient and built in the superb architectural style, characteristic of the Maharastra. The image of the Maha Ganesh to justify its name is unusually big and sculptured with great craftsmanship. The icon with its fine polish and imposing size installed on a high pedestal and decorated with profuse garlands casts a spell and bends the heads of the adorers at once.

Known for abundant compassion for genuine: adorers, he is luring a steady stream of bhaktas round the year. The tourists realizing the hoary antiquity of the shrine are paying visits, and are elevated by Darshan and worship. Nithyanaimithika worship is offered with unprecedented devotional fervor.

History of Titwala Ganesh Mandir

Timings of Titwala Ganesh Temple

– Door Opens at 5 AM
– Closed for Darshan: 1 PM to 2 PM and 6 PM to 6.45 PM
– Door Closes [Daily]: 9 PM
– Door Closes [sankashti chaturthi]: 11 PM

Temple Timings on Sankashti Chaturthi

Temple Opens in morning at 5 AM till 11 PM at night. Above Arti timings and Closure of temple door’s for Darshan’s are followed as per normal day

Temple Timings on Angarki Sankashti Chaturthi

Temple Opens is open for entire day from Monday Midnight till Tuesday Midnight. Above Arti timings Closure of temple door’s for Darshan’s are followed as per normal day

Address: Shri Siddhivinayak Maha Ganpati Mandir, Titwala, Thane – 421605

Phone: 9920570571