BALAJI TEMPLE

Balaji Temple Nerul
Balaji Temple situated atop a small hillock near the west side of Nerul, Navi Mumbai is an artistically made temple. This temple is an exact copy of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple and is one of the most famous temples located in Navi Mumbai. The presiding deity in this temple is Lord Balaji. The temple has Rajagopuram (Grand Entrance Tower) which is nearly 60 feet high and is made of exclusively carved granite stones. This temple has been constructed in the typical Shilpashastras style. The Temple complex houses numerous other subsidiary temples  (according to Shilpahastras) namely Shree Vidya Ganpati Temple, Padmavati Devi Temple, Shree Hanuman Temple, Shree Vishwakasena Temple, Shree Ramanuja Temple and Lakshmi Nrisimha Temple.

The Idol of Lord Balaji stands in the Garbha Ghar (innermost sanctum)  is very beautiful. The height of the idol is 8 ft. The Idol was sculpted at Mahabalipuram out of a single rock.

The surroundings of the temple are very pleasant. From the rear side of the temple you can see the beautiful Palm beach road which connects Vashi with Belapur and goes via Nerul.

Best time to visit the Balaji Temple and timings
Any time during the year. Timings Morning 6.00 AM to Evening 8.00 PM

How to reach there
Nerul being the biggest residential node is well connected to Mumbai City

Nearest Airport : Mumbai International Airport (Code : BOM)

Distance : Mumbai Airport to Balaji Temple Nerul - 28 Kilometers By Road Via Sion Panvel Express Highway

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