Every year, the Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple comes alive with a vibrant and spiritually uplifting celebration in the form of festivals that draw devotees and enthusiasts from all corners. Nestled in the heart of Pune, India, this iconic temple is renowned for its grandeur, rich history, and deep spiritual significance. The festivals held at this temple are not merely events, but rather a confluence of devotion, culture, and tradition that create an atmosphere of joy, unity, and reverence. These annual celebrations serve as a bridge between the past and the present, embodying the essence of devotion while offering a platform for devotees to come together, offer their prayers, and partake in the exuberant festivities. From elaborate processions to melodious bhajans, these festivals are a testament to the unwavering faith of the people and the temple's enduring legacy in spreading divine grace and blessings.
Sunflower Festival includes a colorful display of sunflowers across the temple – inside out.
Mango Festival is an annual extravaganza is celebrated on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya.
Coconut Festival is celebrated on Pustipati Vinayak Jayanati that falling on the Vaishak Purnima.
Sheshatmaj Jayanti is celebrated on Jeshth Shuddha Vinayaki Chaturthi.
Chaturmas Pravachan involves spiritual leaders enlightening devotees about ancient scriptures.
Ganesh Utsav is a monumental celebration that honors the divine essence of Lord Ganesha.
The joyous and energetic Dahi Handi festival is a grand celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna.