Ganpati Dham Bahadurgarh

Bahadurgarh, which is also called “Gateway of Haryana” when you come from North-West Delhi will soon see Delhi Metro running over NH-10. But before that, the much awaited Ganpati Dham is opened for all recently. This holy place is turning most favourite place of the town and pulling the locals to its peaceful ambience.

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How to Reach:

This Dham is situated on Delhi-Rohtak road which is actually NH-10. Going towards Delhi, it is just at the beginning of Industrial area of Bahadurgarh and is next to Surya Limited.

If you are coming from Delhi, then it is  exactly 2KM away from the last metro station which would be City Park.

About Ganpati Dham:

Ganeshji’s 78ft tall statue makes it very unique place to visit. It is India’s 2nd tallest statue. Apart from this peculiar thing, the ambience of the temple will take you away from all kinds of stress. The lightening fountains on both sides of the statue make an amazing view for the visitors.

You will see white pretty mice eating Laddu and moving all around the tall Ganesh Ji.

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While coming down the stairs, you will see lawn on both sides along with elephants statues.

 

Inside Mandir:

Down the stairs, we have entry for the temple from both sides. Just opposite to the entrance, pure white marble statue of Ganeshji is there.

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On left side of the temple, there is a Shivling which gives a feel like it is made up of the snow.

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On right side of the temple, there is Lord Shiva and Parvati together. It is made in such a way that it gives you view of Kailash mountain.

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This Dham is another perfect place to visit if you are looking for some place to visit over the weekend in Delhi NCR. It will be amazing experience especially at the evening.

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