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This temple of Lord Ganesha is very close to Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicerry. Very beautiful architect out side as well in side the temple. Great crowd always- locals as well as tourists, specially at the time of Aarti. There is one very trained elephant...More
My girlfriend is a big fan of elephants and lost her breath when she thought she saw a live elephant on the way to this temple. As we got closer she didn't think it was real but amazingly they had an actual elephant outside the...More
Close to beach, this Ganesha temple is a religious attraction for people. Grand scale decoration suggests how important it is. The detailed depiction of gods and events are great, the roof paintings are really awesome. Inside is very spacious with small temples of many deities....More
The Ganesh temple within the French concession area in Pondicherry is a gem . The temple ceiling is covered in paintings of Ganesha stories , all of the residing Ganesh Murtis in the complex are beautiful bronzes and stone sculptures , we arrived at the...More
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The temple would open around 5:30 AM and closes at 12 noon. In the evening, it opens around 4 PM and would close by 9:30 PM. These are regular timings of all South Indian temples. Though evenings are preferred, there can be... More
The temple would open around 5:30 AM and closes at 12 noon. In the evening, it opens around 4 PM and would close by 9:30 PM. These are regular timings of all South Indian temples. Though evenings are preferred, there can be some crowd at that time. But, you can get some prasad also (pongal, curd rice) in the evening.