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Mumbadevi Temple

Mumbadevi Road | Sheikh Memon St., Mumbai (Bombay), India
+91 22 2242 4974
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Mumbadevi Road | Sheikh Memon St., Mumbai (Bombay), India
+91 22 2242 4974
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A visit to Mumbai is never complete with a darshan of Mumbadevi. The temple is situated right in the middle of the Zaveri Bazaar. Being Navratri, arrangements were very strict. However, the arrangements were very strict. In case you are aged, it will be little...More

Thank ManishChiranewal
Reviewed 15 August 2017

This temple has given rise to the name Mumbai and is located in a busy market place. We had a nice outing and spiritual experience in this lovely little shrine.

Thank Aaqarsh
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Mumbai is named after the goddess Mumbadevi which is why so many tourists flock to this temple. Its always buzzing with people and the temple is clean. Would recommend visiting during weekday mornings to avoid crowd.

Thank Soumya S
Reviewed 8 August 2017

"It is said that no one in mumbai stays hungry , thanks to the presence of mumba devi godess" Located in one of the most busy localities of old mumbai (kalbadevi), the temple has a charm. The best way to access the temple is to...More

Thank Hitesh D
Reviewed 19 July 2017

After walking from the terminus to here, was surprised over the very, very busy streets. Also once inside the temple it was just as busy but fascinating. One important point to mention generally in Mumbai, I took a street map with me, but was a...More

Thank John E
Reviewed 13 July 2017

The Mumbadevi temple is six centuries old. The first Mumbadevi temple was situated at Bori Bunder, and is believed to have been destroyed between 1739 and 1770. After the destruction a new temple was erected at the same place at Bhuleshwar. The Goddess personifies Mother...More

Thank jyoti b
Reviewed 13 July 2017

There is a mythology which says that Mumba devi was formed due to various parts donated by different Gods to the part of Body of Shiva. Then Mumbadevi was formed and banished the demon Mumbaaraka. A great place to get lots of copper curios and...More

Thank arunbvkumar
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

Mumbai city has received the name from Mata Mumbadevi a not very old temple, as people say that it was orginally located somewhere in colaba but due to some reason the British shifted it to The current place. All the caste under Hindu religion come...More

Thank Rajesh S
Reviewed 3 June 2017

In the middle of a simple neighbourhood, the temple offers insight in some of the rituals of Hindu culture. There are several areas before you get the inner part, where you have to pay an entrance fee. We stayed outside and watched, and we were...More

Thank EuropeanDiversity
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Mumbai named on the name of Mumba Devi , It is located in JAveri Bazzzar, Crawford Market, Mumbai. Located in Main MArket, While visiting you can buy other good and cheap stuff from crawford market

Thank shankystud19
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