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Sri Aishwarya Mahaganapati Temple Keshav Puram Delhi

The Sri Aishwarya Mahaganapati Temple finds location in Keshav Puram in New Delhi. It is a small yet beautiful temple and is devoted to Lord Ganesha. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha was blessed with a boon to be the first God to be worshipped at any occasion. This is the reason why in every temple and every festival Lord Ganesh is the first one to be worshipped. The Sri Aishwarya Mahaganapati Temple is considered to be one of the most important Ganesha temples in New Delhi.

The temple is well-maintained and quite clean. The atmosphere prevailing in the temple gives the devotees and visitors a sense of calmness and serenity. The priests at the temple are quite helpful and organize special pujas on request of people. Flowers, sweets and fruits are the main offerings that one can give at a temple. On getting permission from the temple authorities’ one can also organize special meals and serve people in the temple. It is known that Lord Ganpathi has always helped his true followers and relieved their worries and sorrows.

A visit to the temple gives devotees a sense of newfound strength so that they can face hardships and work towards success. Reaching the temple is quite easy. It is conveniently connected by buses and there is a metro station nearby. From the metro station devotees can walk till the temple or hire an auto rickshaw. From other parts of Delhi, visitors can hire taxis, auto rickshaws or even cars for visiting the temple. Delhi is among the best connected cities in India. It has an international airport a well-served railway station and also offers good road connectivity.


As per Hindu mythology, a Ganpathi temple should be constructed in every city. There is no evidence on the exact time of construction of the temple. However it is said that the temple was built by ardent devotees of Lord Ganesha in the city. The structure of the temple has been constructed resembling the architecture of ancient Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha. There is a huge hall in the temple where devotees can be seen praying and meditating. The idol of Lord Ganesha is placed in the main sanctum of the temple. The hall is also used for conduction spiritual gatherings and classical performances.


The temple conducts aartis every morning and evening. The priest dresses the idols in the temple with flowers and fresh clothes and then conducts the rituals to start the aarti along with the chanting of mantras. Devotees attend the aartis every day and compliment the chanting by the priest by ringing bells and clapping hands. Bhajans and hymns are sung morning and evening to express gratitude towards the Lord Ganesha.

The temple celebrates the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi with full happiness and fervour. People visit the temple during the celebration of every Hindu festival. During every festival priests of the temple hold special prayers and narrations that devotees from near and far attend.

During Navratri special classical music programs and shows are arranged and performed by young students. These shows are performed on every night of the Navratri. Special prayers and paths are also a part of Navratri celebrations.

Visitor Information

Location: C-Block, Next To Sanatan Dharma Mandir, Keshav Puram, Delhi - 110035

Contact: T: 9350899916 | (011) 27152951

Nearest Metro Station: Keshav Puram Metro Station (By Walk – 700 metres / 10 min.)

Days Closed: Mondays

Complex Entry: - Free | No Ticket


  • First Entry: 9:30 AM
  • Last Entry: 6:30 PM
  • Classical Musical performances:  Evening


Complex Entry:          Free | No Ticket
Mandir:                       Free | No Ticket
Musical Shows:          Fee| Ticket
Darshan & Puja:         Free | No Ticket


Parking Rates per type of vehicle
Cloakroom At owner’s risk (Minimal Fee)
Photography Permitted
Food Restaurants nearby
Books Stalls Outside the temple several small stalls sell religious books


Dress Code

  • Respectable - Must cover shoulders and knees

Security & Safety

Not Allowed

  • Food & Drinks
  • Tobacco & Alcohol Products


  • Shoes
  • Belts
  • Wallets
  • Ladies Purses

Strictly Prohibited

  • Smoking, Alcohol & Drugs
  • Tobacco-Related Products
  • Impolite Behaviour & Language
  • Pets

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Delhi is during the autumn and winter months. The best time to visit Delhi and the Sri Aishwarya Mahaganapati Temple is between October and March. The temple however is open throughout the year and devotees can visit it at any time. The Ganeshotsav and Navratri celebrations in the temple are done on a grand scale.


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