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Ozar and Lenyadri

Ozar

The Vigneshwara Temple or Vighnahar Ganapati Temple[1] of Ozar (also spelt as Ojhar or Ojzar) is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ganesha, the elephant-headed god of wisdom. The temple is one of the Ashtavinayaka, the eight revered shrines of Ganeshain Maharashtra, India. The Ganesha form worshipped here is called Vigneshwara (spelt also as Vigneshvar(a), Vigneshwar : "Lord of obstacles") or Vignahar (spelt also as Vignahara, "Remover of obstacles") and is associated with the legend of Ganesha defeating Vignasura, the demon of obstacles.
Daily Program of Pooja, Aarti and Abhishek performed at the temple:
5.00 AM - Ganpati Maha Abhishek
7.00 AM - Maha Aarti
12.00 PM - Aarti
7.00 PM - Haripaath Bhajan
8.30 PM - Haripaath Aarti
10.30 PM - Sej Aarti
11.00 PM - Temple Closes


Lenyadri Temple

Lenyadri (Marathi: लेण्याद्री, Leṇyādri) represents a series of about 30 rock-cut Buddhist caves, located near Junnar in Pune district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Cave 7 is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to the god Ganesha. It is one of the Ashtavinayak shrines, a set of the eight prominent Ganesha shrines in Maharashtra. The Ganesha form worshipped here is called Girijatmaja (Sanskrit: गिरिजात्मज). The name is either interpreted as "mountain-born"or as "Atmaja of Girija", the son of Parvati, who herself is daughter of the mountain Himavan, a personification of the mountains of Himalayas. Like all Ashtavinayaka temples, the central Ganesha image is believed to be svayambhu (self-existent), a naturally occurring stone formation resembling an elephant-face.

5.00 AM - Ganpati Maha Abhishek
7.00 AM - Maha Aarti
12.00 PM - Aarti
7.00 PM - Haripaath Bhajan
8.30 PM - Haripaath Aarti
10.30 PM - Sej Aarti
11.00 PM - Temple Closes