Temple Profile: Mandir Shri Siddh Vinayak Ji
Location: Nai Abadi, Banswara God Worshipped: Lord Ganesh (Vinayaka)
District: Banswara Road Distance from Jaipur: 500 Kms
Built in the year: It is hundreds of years old. Nearest Airport: Dabok, Udaipur (185 kms)
By Then royal family of Banswara King. Nearest Rly. Station: Ratlam (85 kms)

Cause of Establishment : Ganesh is the first god to be worship in every Pooja of gods and goddesses. The epithet Siddha means perfected. This epithet is used only when the deity is capable of granting wishes of the devotees without delay. The temple is hundreds of years old. It was built during rule of the Royal family of Banswara King.

Brief of the Diety:

The temple is in keeping with the ancient Hindu tradition Sanatana (i.e.. for ever or eternal). The idol of Shri Ganesh is about 3' high. Other idols around are those of Parvati (Shiva's spouse and mother of Ganesh) and Lord Satya Narayana.

Religious sect to which the temple belongs:

Sanatan (eternal) Hindu sect.

Architecture of the Temple:
Important Architectural Characteristics:

The architecture of temple is traditional . The Sanctum Sanctorum, A Rasoi (kitchen) is also there. An open chowk, a pucca room and a verandah provide additional space.

An open chowk, a pucca room and a verandah provide additional space.

Material of Construction:

Brick, building stone and lime mortar

Total Construction Time:  
Religious aspects of temple:

Lord Ganesh is the granter of all wishes. He is also the remover of all impediments and averts all misfortunes.

Unique features of the temple:

Lord Ganesh is the first to be worshipped. All undertakings are held after propitiation of Ganesh ji.

Festivals & Fairs in Temple (Main Events):

A fair is held every year on the festival day of Ganesh Chaturthi, the fourth day of the bright half of month Bhadrapada.

Morning Time: From 6.00 am

Evening Time:

Till 10.30 pm
Custom & Traditions of Temple:


Details of Temple:
Sanctrum: 12'10"x10'9"
Verandah: yes
Rasoi: 11'x11'
Others: Open chowk etc.
Vandana (If any particular) in text:

The hymn to Lord Ganesh are sung. Other deities are also praised in songs.

Issues requiring global attention for conservation, protection and improvement of the temple:

Boundary walls have been constructed. A departmental priest worships the Lord. The temple requires developmental works around.

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