Trips and Itineraries for Siddhatek
Tour of 8 self-existed idols of Lord Ganesha
The Ashtvinayak Darshan of Maharasthra
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Siddhatek Ashtavinayak Mandir
It is said that once Lord vishnu engaged in a fierce battle with the demons Madhu and Kaitabha but was unable to win the battle. This is when Lord Shiva advised him to request lord Ganesha for help and after this the Lord appeared on the battlefield to support Lord Vishnu and they won the battle. The Siddhi Vinayak idols are all about this. The siddhatek Ashtavinayak temple is said to be the second largest during the Ashtavinayak Pilgrimage. The idol of VishnuGanesha is beautifully placed inside the main sanctum of the temple which has an inner roof plated with gold. There are wooden doors here and the orange idol of Lord Ganesha has four arms here. He holds lotus, axe, modakas and a garland of beads in one hand each. The trunk of the idol is turned on the right and he is flanked on both sides by his consorts Riddhi and Siddhi.
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Weekend Getaways from Siddhatek
220 Kms from Siddhatek
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
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