The festivity of Ganesh Chaturthi is almost here, and we cannot keep calm. The most auspicious and celebrated festival of the year, Ganesh Chaturthi 2019 begins from September 2. Of all the Ganesh bhakts across India, the spirit of individuals in Maharashtra is high. With days nearing in, Ganesh pandals in Mumbai are creating the best spaces to welcome Ganpati Bappa’s idol. There are many famous Ganpati Pandals in the city which are decade old and observes the festivity with much enthusiasm. Among them is Khetwadi Cha Raja which is one of the oldest Ganpati Pandal in Mumbai. With the Ganeshotsav nearing in, Mumbaikars have already got the first glimpse of Khetwadi Cha Raja Ganesh idol. Because of its increasing popularity, lakhs of devotees gather for Khetwadi Cha Raja darshan. Ahead of the Hindu festival of Ganesh Chaturthi 2019, know how to reach the famous Ganesh pandal in Mumbai.

Khetwadi Cha Raja is one of the oldest Ganpati Pandals in Mumbai. Established in 1959, the artist behind the Ganesh idol over the years has won many awards. What makes it even more special is that the artist has been making the Ganesh idol for all these years. Khetwadi Cha Raja hosts another massive crowd in its pandal after Lalbaugcha Raja. How to Reach The Famous Ganeshotsav Pandal, Lalbaugcha Raja of Mumbai By Train or Road This Ganesh Chaturthi. 

Khetwadi Cha Raja Adress: Grant Road Khetwadi Back Road &, 12th lane Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal, 17, Cambhay House, Shop No. 8, 12th Khetwadi Lane, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400004.

How to Reach Khetwadi Cha Raja by Train or by Road?

The nearest railway station to reach Khetwadi Cha Raja is Grant Road on the Western Line. There are 13 lanes on the location, each having a Ganesh Pandal. But the most popular is the 12th lane in Grant Road hosting Ganesh Chaturthi. Charni Road station is also preferably near to the Ganpati Pandal. It was about 15 minutes distance from the station, if you take a taxi to Khetwadi. There are buses available as well.

Ganesh Chaturthi is a very famous festival in Maharashtra. The popular sites hosts lakhs of visitors at the pandal. To visit Khetwadi Cha Raja, the devotees must be aware, that they have to pass by the vast crowd, gathered to catch a glimpse of Lord Ganpati. For Ganesha mukh darshan and aarti, there are separate lines arranged at the pandal to manage the visitors.

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