Lord Ganesh or Ganpati is the most respected God in Maharashtra, so as the Ganesh Chaturthi is most important festival of the state. During the 10 days, there are traditions and rituals that people perform during the Ganesh Chaturthi Hindu festival in Maharashtra. The richest, biggest and most famous Ganpatis pandal of Mumbai.
The Lalbaugcha Raja or The King of Lalbaug is the most famous Ganesh statue mandal in Mumbai. Lalbaug Ganpati also came to be known as ‘the wish-fulfilling one. Image Source and Credit: Lalbaugcharaja
The Mumbaicha Raja is another also very popular Ganesh mandal in Mumbai, located near to Lalbaugcha Raja. Mumbai cha Maharaja is one of the oldest known Ganesh pandals in the state. Image Source and Credit: Mumaicharaja
The Andhericha Raja pandal is known to replicate larger-than-life themes every year, started by Azad Nagar Sarvajanik Utsav Samitee. Image Source and Credit: Andhericharaja
The Girgaoncha Raja is famous for the tallest, eco-friendly idol made of clay, Girgaon is that it is one of the few idols in the state that is made out of clay. Image Source and Credit: Ganapatibappa
The award winning Khetwadi Ganraj is considered to be one of the most spectacular Ganesh idols in Mumbai. They made the tallest ever Ganesh idol in Maharashtra. Image Source and Credit: KhetwadiGanraj
The Bhandarkarcha Raja is famous for provides food to over 20,000 people through the festival. Bhandarkar Road Sarvajanik Seva Samiti works in peculiar way. Image Source and Credit: rediff
The Goud Saraswat Brahmin Samaj mandal is the richest Ganesh idol in the city,adorned in gold and jewels. Adorned in a 22 karat gold-plated throne and precious jewels, it’s the richest Ganesh idol in the city. Image Source and Credit: goindia.about.com/Sharell Cook