The Ballaleshwar temple of Panvel is part of the Ashtavinayak (Ashta, meaning 8 pilgrimage places of Lord Ganesha or Vinayak, the Hindu deity of letters and learning).
The temple, which is in the midst of a busy junction in Panvel has stood the tests of time and development, and turns 400 in 2014. The blue and yellow structure made primarily of wood and stone hardly resemble a temple, but is considered by Ganesha devotees and residents alike as the oldest, most special place of worship in Panvel. The temple houses many more deities, the most popular among others being Lord Shiva and Lord Ram.
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