Religious sites of Mumbai

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Mumbai for spiritual explorers

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One of the most vibrant cities of the country, Mumbai undoubtedly dazzles its people with its multitude of offerings. But even amidst the modern extravaganza and perennial urban hustle, the City of Dreams also houses plenty of religious respites.

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Afghan Church

Tucked away in the deep end of the city’s southern landscape, in the tree-lined streets of Navy Nagar, lies this thousand-year-old church. Built in the 1840s, this beautiful Gothic-style cathedral was established as a memorial.

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Siddhivinayak Temple

Established in 1801 by Devbhai Patil and Laxman Vithu, the temple stands as a witness of its architectural glory. Also, it is believed that if you whisper your wishes into the ear of the idol, they eventually come true.

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Mumbadevi Temple

Mumba Devi Temple in Bhuleshwar is among the oldest temples of Mumbai. It is dedicated to Mumbadevi, whom the Koli fishermen community consider the guardian goddess of the city. In fact, Mumbai is named after Goddess Mumba.

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Mandapeshwar Cave Temple

AN 8th-century rock-cut cave sites amidst the hilly forests of Mount Poinsur on the edge of the Borivali National Park. This cave houses ancient temples enshrining black stone idols of Lord Shiva and his mounts.

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Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the temple is made of pristine white marble, and consists of intricate carvings. People from across the globe come to visit the temple to find inner peace and enlighten their spirituality.

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