Mumbai , better known for its nightlife and often called as the ‘city that never sleeps’ is not just only famous for its lightings and the amazing sea shore or the attractiveness of the clubs, but is also adorned for its religious places. People from various other cities and even country land in Mumbai, just to worship their idols to find peace and happiness. Mumbai is often the busiest city which enlightens people to travel here for various purposes; some to enjoy the nightlife , other who travel for their businesses , the other percent who enjoys worshipping the religious places. Here are a list of places for the devotees who travel to Mumbai just to worship their idols.

  • Siddhivinayak Temple

No deeds are complete without taking the name of ‘Lord Ganesha’ ; whether you start a new job or you shift to a new place or travel somewhere or if you marry the love of your life. Lord Ganesha is the most worshipped god in Mumbai ; hence your trip to Mumbai is incomplete without visiting Siddhivinayak Temple. People from all over the world travel to Mumbai just to take blessings of Lord Ganesha. It’s a famous hindu temple which is always crowded by people on all days.

  • Iskcon Temple

Iskcon Temple is another famous religious spot worshipping Lord Krishna . As you can see that even the foreigners are so devoted to Lord Krishna ; they are seen chanting the words ‘Hare Rama , Hare Krishna ‘  for long durations. They get lost in their own world through these chanting and they often call it as the most powerful words for focusing on anything. Lots of tourists are gathered around this temple from all over the world to worship.

  • Babulnath Temple

This is an ancient temple of Lord Shiva.It is located 1000 feet above sea level. Many devotees of Lord shiva climb up to the ample number of stairs to reach the temple while others pay to take the lift . It is the most religious place in Mumbai for the people absolutely linked to Lord Shiva . It has the highest number of people visiting on Monday , as it is the auspicious day of Lord Shiva .

  • Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple

Jain temples are always special in all states. It is beautifully adorned with paintings and sculptures on the walls of the temple. Many visitors come here to worship from various parts of the world . The entrance has two elephants on both sides. It depicts the most religious place of the Jainas which is located on Ridge road,Walkeshwar in South Mumbai.

  • Hazi Ali Dargah

The beautiful Hazi Ali Dargah is situated at the back of the magnificent sea , giving an amazing look to the people.It is named after the sufi saint ; Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari and the mosque also contains his body. People from all over the world travel to this Dargah to seek the blessings. It is occupied with large number of people on Thursday’s and Friday’s.

In short , Mumbai also has end number of religious places that are a must visit. So if you are a devotee ; you need not get to be depressed to hear about Mumbai only for its nightlife or adventure. It has got a lot more for you in each and every way. It’s a must visit place if you are religious to explore new ways of worshipping by looking forward to these pilgrimage sites which may provide you with a different vibe.