In the year 1928, Ganesh Galli Mumbai Ka Raja was started by the workers working in mills. Which has become the oldest Ganesh Mandal of this area in today’s date? Lalbag Ka Raja, the most famous Ganesh Mandal of Mumbai is just a short distance away from the Ganesh Galli Mumbai ka Raja. Since 1990 due to rise in popularity of Lalbag Ka Raja, Ganesh Galli Mumbai Ka Raja’s shine has depreciated slightly but then too a large number of Ganesh devotees still come here and receive blessings.
The Mandal has brought something new and varied in decor every year. Generally a replica of any famous place of India in the decoration is built here, and the use of Plaster of Paris is reduced while keeping the attention of the environment, pollution.
Location: Ganesh Gali (Lane), Lalbagh (Central Mumbai). Nearest railway station: Chinchpokli, Curry Road, and Lower Parel railway station are nearby. Waiting time: can be reduced to 20 minutes or as a few hours. When to go: It is always busy. Peak hours are from midday and late night from 3 a.m. to 2 p.m. The procession for the immersion (immersion) begins on the last day of the festival from 8 a.m. and takes the following route: Dr. SS Rao Road, Ganesh Cinema, Chinchpokali Bridge, Arthur Road Corner, Sat Marg, Sane Guruji Marg, Agathapada, Dr. Bhadamkar Marg, Oprah House, Wilson Collage, Girgaon Chowpatty. The immersion was completed by 8.30 pm. Same day