Siddhivinayak Maha Ganpati Temple – Titwala
On the Kalyan-Kasara route, there is the Jagrut Mandir of Shri MahaGunapati at Titwala, situated on the banks of Kalu river. Chimajiappa built this temple of Shri MahaGanapati after winning the Portuguese at Vasai. Mahanaganapati Temple and Vitthal Temple is one of the most visited destinations. Ganpati Temple at Titwala is one of eight famous Ganapati temples in Maharashtra. Earlier there was an ashram of the Rushi Kanva. Shakuntala is said to have worshiped this MahaGanapati, and that is why this Mahaganapati is also known as ‘Vivah Vinayak’.
How To Reach ?
From the Central Railway Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, there are trains from Kasara, Asangaon and Titwala. This village is a little away from the station.
Bus service is available there. This temple is 3 km away from Titwala station. Rickshaw or horse carriage is used in the station to go to the temple.