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kasba Ganpati temple

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The kasba Ganpati’s temple is located in pune. Kasba ganapti refers to both a specific idol of the god Ganapati in Pune, India, as well as to the temple construct around the idol. The kasba ganapti known to be presiding deity of pune. The beautiful landscape was altered with temples, construct at various points in time. However, by the year 1621 many temples were extinguished in the battles that proved in the mountainous terrain. It is believed that the idol of Lord Ganesha was first recovered outside the house of Vinayak Thakar, an inhabitant, near to the residence of Queen Jijabai. Analyzing this as fortunate, Jijabai readily decided to come up with a temple and begin worshipping the God. The peshawas are named to be the bright followers of Lord Ganesha and during their regime; great celebrations were experienced at Shaniwarwada.


The royal Queen Jijabai bhosale arrived in pune in the year 1630 A.D with her son shivaji. He was troubled by the undignified plight of the mavals, at a very young age. At the delicate age of 12, he consecrates to generate the mavals from the mughal powers. Around this time, an idol of God Ganesha was found in a place near the house of Vinayak Thakar, nearby to the residence of jijabai. Jijabai detected this is an unfortunate moment and quickly decided to construct a temple, which is famously known as the Kasba Ganpati’s Mandir. Later then, Pune is also named as the city of Ganesh. The peshwas were bright followers of Lord Ganesha. During their regime Shaniwarwada has experienced grand celebrations of lord Ganesha.

In the year 1893, Bal gangadhar Tilak, The great freedom fighter and cub of India, Originate the now popular Ganesh Festival. He begins celebrating Ganesh Festival from his own home kesari wada. Due to his affecting personality and opening, everyone begin celebrating this festival and thus it became a public grand festival in the year 1893.

There was rivalry among the many mandals regarding the privilege of enclose the idol on the last day of the Ganapati festival. In the year 1893, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, The major freedom fighter and cub of India, originated the now famous Ganesh Festival. His originate was to crowd the people sharing same ideas and exchange the thoughts with each other to deal with British ruler. He begins celebrating Ganesh Festival from his own house kesari wada. Thus allowing a huge number of devotees to participate in the celebrations. Lord Shri Kasba Ganpati Plays the major role during the immersion procession.