Shri Mayureshwar Temple Morgaon, Maharashtra Timings, History & Festivals

Shri Mayureshwar Temple Morgaon Maharashtra Timings, History & Festivals


Shri Moreshwar Temple, also known as Sri Mayureshwar Temple It is located in the Pune district of Maharashtra. Moreshwar Temple is considered to be the very first of eight Ashtavinayaka temples dedicated to Ganesha. Moreshwar temple hours run from 5 AM until 10 PM.

Moreshwar Temple is also one of the most renowned temples in Pune located 17 kilometers far from Jejuri and 65 kilometers away from Pune. While Ganapati saint Morya Goswami is associated with it, the precise date of the construction of the temple isn't established.


Moreshwar Temple

The temple is constructed out of black marble and is surrounded by four gates. The temple is adorned with four minarets as well as an imposing 50-foot wall surrounding it.

The main deity of the temple includes Lord Mayureshwar (Lord Ganesha) who is also called Lord Moreshwar comprised of five different metals. his trunk located on the left.

Ganesha depicts himself as having the spear and cobra that were wrapped over his head. Ganesha was with the wives of his wife, Riddhi Siddhi Devi and Riddhi Siddhi Devi.

Other significant gods in the temple include Lord Shiva and the goddess Parvati, Lord Vishnu, Lord Rama, Sita Devi, Lord Vignesh, Lord Chintamani, Lord Brahma, Nagna-Bhairav as well as Lord Nandi.

The temple's entrance is adorned with a 6-foot rat. the vehicle of Ganesha as well as a peacock figure inside the temple.

The temple houses twenty-three idols representing Lord Ganesha inside the hall of assembly Each of them depicts different versions of Ganesha, the Lord. Time: 5 am to 10 pm.

History Ashtavinayak Temple

The Moreshwar temple was constructed during the 14th century by the famed Ganapati Saint Moraya Gosavi. The Peshwas revered Ganesha as the deity of their family.

It is believed that the Moreshwar temple was administered by the Peshwas and the descendants of Morya Gosavi. As per Ganesha mythology, he was been incarnated as Mayureshwar, with seven arms in a white body. His mountain is the shape of a peacock.

Lord Ganesha was born in Treta Yuga to kill a demon called Sindu. Parvati contemplated within Lenyadri over 12 years. Also, she was in the Ashtavinayaka Kshetra.

In gratitude for her penance, Ganesha said she would be a father to her. Ganesha was born to Parvati in Lenyadri. One time, Ganesha struck an egg. It emerged as the peacock. Ganesha took the peacock to the top, which is also known as Mayureshwara.

Once upon a time, Lord Surya provided an ever-filling drink to a Sindu demon. He could drink for so long as the bowl is not damaged. He sucked the bowl.

Sindu created chaos. The gods asked Ganesha to aid them. Ganesha defeated Indus He then released his body, emptied the amrita vessel, and defeated Sindu, the evil demon. Sindu.

After this time, Vinayak returned to his residence. He donated his mountains to his brother Skandu.

Because Ganesha rode a peacock He was referred to as Mayureshwar (or Moreshwar ("Lord of the Peacock").

Another legend states that the area was named after peacocks. The town got its nickname Morgaon ("Peacock Village") and the deity of the village was named Moreshwar.

Festivals Celebrated in Sri Mayureshwar Temple

Ganesh Jayanti as well as Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations were been celebrated with fervor. People who are devoted to Ganesh Chaturthi visit Mayureshwar Temple to celebrate the celebrations. Mayureshwar Temple on both occasions.

Ganesha Chaturthi's festival lasts more than one month. Festivals and celebrations have taken place during Vijayadashami, Shukla Chaturthi, Krishna Chaturthi, and Somavati's new moons.


Shri Moreshwar Temple Timings

Moreshwar Timings for temples are:

Temple hours start at 5 am and close at 10 pm.

  • Darshan during the early morning hours between 5 AM and 12 PM.
  • Darshan's timings during the evening run between 3 and 10 PM.

Accommodation in Mayreshwar Temple

  • Hotels Amonara The Fern 47.9 kilometers from the Margaon Mayreshwar Temple.
  • The hotel Jackson Inns, 29.8 km from Margaon Mayreshwar Temple.
  • The Corinthians Resort and Club, 46.9 km away from Margaon Mayreshwar Temple.
  • Jeet Paradise Hotel Jeet Paradise is 35.2 km from Margaon Mayreshwar Temple.
  • Hotels Tribo the Trend Jai Bhavani 31.4 km away from Margaon Mayreshwar Temple.

address for moreshwar temple

Shree Mayureshwar Ganapati Temple, Morgaon, Taluka Baramati, Pune District, Maharashtra 412304

Mayureshwar Ganapati Temple Phone Number

Phone/Mobile No. 02112279986, 09657254563

Season To Visit: All (Best Season To Visit: After August Month)

Languages: Marathi, Hindi, and English

How to Reach Ashtavinayaka Temple

By Air:

The closest Airport in Pune in Pune is Lohegaon Airport, located 53 kilometers away far from Moreshwar temple.

By Train:

It is located in the Uruli Railway Station Junction is the closest railway station, 29 km from the temple.

By Road:

Buses, private cars taxis, taxis, and buses are all available between Pune to Baramati. The distance between Baramati to Pune is 64 kilometers.