Babulnath Temple

Babulnath Temple



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Priyanka
Mumbai, India3 contributions
Lord shiva
Oct 2020
Very close to girgaum chowpatty. Walking distance from grant road station and Charni Road station. There is a lift to go to temple which is on height. Lift charges 1 Rs so keep a change of 1 rupee coin. You can also use staircase near the lift.
Serene, quiet and mesmerising. You will feel peace of mind. You will forget all your worries.
Written 28 October 2020
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partha pratim ray
New Delhi, India57 contributions
Peaceful spiritual abode of Lord Shiva
Mar 2020
The temple is located very near to marine drive and Charni road train station high atop a hill that is accessible both using stairs and a set of elevators. most fo the devotees use elevators that charge a nominal rupees 1 for the uphill and downhill journey. The temple architecture is worth watching. The entire temple complex is very neat and clean and well managed. The inside of the temple is spacious and devotees can spend enough time inside the main shrine where the swambhu shiva lingam is there. The evening aarti that starts sharp at 6 pm every day is a visual treat.
Written 11 March 2020
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ME_OUTING
Mumbai, India66 contributions
place for serenity
Jan 2020
Walking distance from the Charny road station ,Babulnath temple is one of the oldest temple.One can take the steps or lift to reach to the temple.
Try the morning time to avoid the crowd and also you will ample of time to sit inside the sanctum peacefully.The management is trying to keep temple clean.
but overall ,do not miss the ancient beautiful temple and feel the positive energy.
Written 25 February 2020
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seeker_here
Delhi482 contributions
Nice Temple near Chowpatti
Jan 2020
The Babulnath Temple is a nice temple to visit. it is located near Girgaum Chowpatti and Wilson College.
Written 15 February 2020
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Geeta Krishnan
Mumbai, India35 contributions
Babulnath
Nov 2019
One of the oldest Shiva temples, this one is mesmerising, divine and beautiful with lovely views around. Monday is the best day here where crowds throng this place to have a glimpse of Lord shiva, you can do pooja here every day.
Written 13 February 2020
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Krishna
Mumbai, India33 contributions
Holy Place
Aug 2019
One of the oldest Lord shiv temple in mumbai. If you believe in Lord Shiv then you should sure visit the temple
Written 27 January 2020
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Anand K
22 contributions
A vibrant Shiva mandir atop a hill..
Dec 2019
Its perched atop a mini hillock. In the past, you would have to climb up a flight of stairs, which of course adds to the experience. Now, they have an elevator, which takes you to the top in less than a minute for less than a rupee. We reached there in the middle of the afternoon on an otherwise warm day. But the temple was super cool, literally. Could be because of the elevation, or the structure, or most likely the divinity. The shiva linga itself is grand. And you can just spend time inside the temple without anyone bothering you. Can enjoy a personal space inside a usually crowded temple. DOnt miss the story of Sri Sundernath baba. I used to believe that the Gods had forsaken the city. So nice to hear of a siddha visiting the place specifically for the temple…. a cute story…
The precints are clean, well maintained – even the restrooms. Can easily spend a couple of hours here…
Written 31 December 2019
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sohilgoodluck
Mumbai, India93 contributions
nice Shiv temple
Oct 2019
This temple is well maintained, offering peace and calm despite the large crowds. The shrine to Lord Shiva is found at the top of a steep stairway. Luckily there is a lift for those who cannot climb.

Evening Aarti is highly recommended, daily around 5:45-6pm. It’s like being transported back to an ancient time, really mesmerising.
Written 26 December 2019
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ManojSood
Mumbai, India122 contributions
Ancient Shiva Temple
Dec 2019
Babulnath Temple is located close to Girgaum Chowpatty. May be approached by local trains by getting down at Charni Road and taking a cab from there.

As per legend, the Shiva, Parvat, Ganesha and Hanuman idols date back to 12th century but were located at the temple site in 18th century. The present temple was built by Gujarati devotees.

Mumbaites hold this temple in high reverence. There are huge queues for visiting this temple on Shivaratri and all Mondays.

I visited on a normal week day and could spend a lot of time in the sanctum sanctorum after offering water to the holy Shivalinga. There were many people sitting there soaking in the serene atmosphere & quietly reading their prayers.

While devotees prefer to walk up the steps to the temple ( it takes just a few minutes ), there is an elevator also available.

It is difficult to find car parking close to the temple.

The temple complex has well maintained, clean toilets.
Written 26 December 2019
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Ankit Kapoor
Rawatbhata, India78 contributions
Nice temple
Nov 2019
This temple was not on my to visit list. But on some relative’s suggestion, we visited the place. Its a beautiful temple with a beautiful idol of Shiv, Parvati, Ganpati and Ganga. Peaceful place for peace loving people.
Written 17 December 2019
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