Temple History

 

Among the numerous temples of Navi Mumbai, Shree Laxmi Venkataramana Temple, (Balaji Mandir) occupies a place of pride. The temple stands majestically in the heart of Vashi and attracts devotees from a wide spectrum of society. The beautiful idol of Lord Venkataramana and his two consorts, Shreedevi and Bhoodevi, is a donation from “Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam, Tirupati”.

Deities (Parivaar Devataas)

Poojas are also performed to Parivaar Devataas – Shree Mukhya Prana, Shree Hanuman, Shree Ganapati, Goddess Laxmi and Shree Garuda which are installed at the four corners of the temple as well as that of Lord Subrahmanya, Naag Devatha and Navagraha on the ground floor of temple premises.

 

Shree Laxmivenkataramana Temple will be celebrating Sahasra Kumbhabhisheka as per Padma Samhitantargata Vidhana on 05th February, 2018.

The foundation stone of Vashi Shree Venkatachalapathy Temple was laid at the august hands of H.H. Shrimad Sudhindra Tirtha Swamiji, Mathadhipati of Shri Kash Math Samsthan on 6th February, 1991.