The iconic Lalbaugcha Raja pandal, founded in 1943, is celebrated for its unique carved patterns, some patented. Devotees nationwide endure 24-hour waits for darshan.
Mumbaicha Raja Ganesh Idol, close to Lalbaugcha Raja, Mumbai's Ganesh Galli, is famed for its unique themes. Founded in 1929 for mill workers, it brims with rich history and vibrant vibes.
Founded in 1966 by Tata Special Steel and Excel Industries, Andhericha Raja Pandal stands among Maharashtra's top pandals. A celebrity hotspot, adored by locals and tourists alike.
The 23-foot Chinchpoklicha Chintamani Ganesh idol draws devotees from far and wide. Located beneath the Chinchpokli flyover, this pandal has a rich history dating back to 1920.
Located at King's Circle, this pandal is famed for opulence. The Ganpati idol is adorned with hundreds of kilograms of ornaments and this year, it's insured for over Rs 300 crores.
Established in 1893 by freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak, this Ganesh pandal holds immense history. It features the tallest eco-friendly Ganesh idol, blending tradition with sustainability.
Khetwadi Cha Raja, founded in 1959, in the heart of Mumbai, showcases a timeless Ganesh idol sculpted by a dedicated artisan for decades. Recognized with numerous awards, it's a symbol of tradition.