--Due to the severe outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Pune, the temple will remain closed until further notice.-- 05th September 2020, Saturday- Sankashti Chaturthi; Time : 08:52 PM (Pune), 20th September 2020, Sunday - Vinayaki Chaturthi.

Shree Ganesh Surymandir

Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Sarvajanik Trust will be celebrating the 127th Ganesh Utsav with Shree Ganesh Surya Mandir ‘Dekhava’. The concept of this year’s temple replica is based on the ancient Vedas, myths, and spiritual ideas of ancient India. The tall temple top has been inspired by the world renowned ancient wonder of Odisha, India- the Sun Temple of Konark. Therefore, for this year’s Ganesh Utsav, the ‘Dekhava’ of Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati will be a special attraction for all the devotees. Vivek Khatavkar and Vaishali Khatavkar are the talented sculptors working for this decoration.

The chairman of the Trust, Mr. Ashok Godse said that they have been trying to replicate various temples during Ganesh Utsav for many years. The devotees will find the magnificent view of the dawn, midday and evening of the temple which will be filled with the decoration of the different flower which are beloved by Suryadev. The temple will be decorated with pillars, toran, and Sinh, Kirtimukh, Hans, Yaksha, and Akashgami Gandharwa. The temple will be decorated beautifully and light up like gold. The elephants at the temple will be symbolizing prosperity and the horses and chariot wheels symbolizing the rays of sun.

Mr. Godse further said that the idol of Ganesh Ji will be placed on the golden throne of Padma Pith. The decoration has started at Baburao Sanas Maidan near Sarasbaug with people working day and night to make this Surya Mandir perfect. The temple work of decoration is being done by the sculptor, Vivek Khatavkar.

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