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History of Lalbaghcha Raja

History of Lalbaghcha Raja

History of Lalbagh Cha Raja

Raja of the Lal Bagh, who remains the most discussed in the holy days of Ganeshotsav in Mumbai. It is one of the most famous Ganesh Mandals located in South Mumbai. This year, he is celebrating the 85th year of Ganesh Utsav.

 What is the history of Lalbagh Cha Raja?

This Ganesh ji is well known for fulfill all kinds of desires. Big celebrities come here to Darshan. This year, they got insurance of Rs 51 crore.
Lalbaugh Raja Public Ganeshotsav Mandal was establish in the year 1934. It is located in Lalbagh, Parel area of ​​Mumbai.

This Ganesh Mandal attracts millions of people during its 10-day festival because this famous Ganapati is also known as ‘Navasacha Ganapati’. Every year 5 kms long queues are available because of get Darshan and Ganesh Murti of Lalbagh is immers in Girgaon Chowpatty on the tenth day.


The establishment of this division was in its present location (Lalbagh, Parel) in the year 1934. After constant efforts and support from former councilor Shri Kunwarji Jethabhai Shah, Dr. V.B.Korgaonkar and local residents, the owner Rajbali Tayabali decided to give a plot for the construction of the market.

Mandal was form in the era when the freedom struggle was at its peak and then Lokmanya Tilak had made a medium of discussion for ‘public Ganeshotsav’ for the awakening of people against British rule.But There was also discussion on religious duties as well as on freedom struggle and social issues. During the Ganesh festival in Mumbai, everyone’s eyes are on the famous ‘Lalbagh Cha Raja’.

This year, the devotees are in the golden colorful colorful palace of the King of Lal Bagh. Statue artist Santosh Kambli has been created and the theme has been prepare by popular artist Nitin Desai and This time, for security, Mumbai Police, Army and 35 Government Board workers are available. About 3 thousand mandal workers are available to take care of devotees.

 How to reach:

From Central Railway you can land on Curry Road or at Chinchpokli station. 
To reach the king's place, it will take at least 10 to 15 minutes from these stations.

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