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Mumbai lockdown

Mumbai lockdown experience s 

I m here to tell you about my experience s in this lockdown virus period. It was really very much difficult as it looks like in tv all around in world. I belongs to gud family and even independent person in my life.
Story is All About 3 months lockdown in Mumbai.
March 18 2020,  it's all started . First trail lockdown from government To checkout viruses situation and number of covid positive cases in india. It's just  started hustle for everyone.
nobody knew abt upcoming days how hard it gonna be .
We saw news 22 March 2020 All India  lockdown for 1 month .
It was beginning for unemployment
Hustle for poor people's.
I don't know about others state s n city's. how hard it would be, but I can share about Mumbai situation s
Here First week of lockdown period.
I was prefer myself to stay at home all week due to high danger zone outside.
But at the end of the week I have to go out to get grocery for home. I still remember that goosebum…

Religious places in Mumbai

 Religious places in mumbai

1) ISKCON Temple -:

ISKCON is very spiritual place. It's home of HareKrishna movement which was founded in 1978 in Mumbai by the Acharya Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. It's very famous all around the world people's come to visit the temple to find inner peace and find a spiritual calling that will take them to different life another world. In ISKCON temple compound also has  a guest house, libraries and a restaurant.

The restaurant also provides free meal for the poverty people on weekends. 

Location: Hare Krishna Land, Juhu, Mumbai

Timing: 4.30 am to 1 pm and 4.30 pm to 9 pm

2) Siddhivinayak temple :-

 Siddhivinayak temple Built in 1801 for lord Ganesha,

One of richest temple in Mumbai here you can see very big famous personality s  like politicians actors sports men coming to worship lord Ganesha, The main chamber of lord Ganesha has a gold plated ceiling and the idol itself is carved out of one black stone. 

In Siddhivinayak temple performed every Tuesday a special aarthi.

 Estimated thirty thousand number of worshipers comes here every day.

Location :- S K Bole Marg Prabhadevi, Mumbai

Timings: Wednesday to Monday – 5.30 AM to 10 PM

 Tuesdays – 3:15 AM to 10 PM

3) Mumbadevi  -: 

The Mumbadevi temple is one of the oldest temples in Mumbai

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Mumba.

It's a goddess of the native Somvanshi Kshatriyas,

Which related to agricultural communities and the kolis.

Thousands of peoples comes every day in this temple be ready to see  decorated idol of Mumbadevi. 

Location:- Mumba Devi Marg, Zaveri Bazar, Mumbai

Timing: Tuesday to Sunday 6 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 9 pm

4) Balaji temple -: 

The Balaji temple is located in nerul 

In Nerul is highly revered by the South Indian community.

temples dedicated to other Gods such as Narasimha Lakshmi, , Vidya Ganapati, Ramanuja, Vishwaksena

The temple was inaugurated by S Venkata Varadan, 

who served as the Director of the Nehru Planetarium in 1990. 

Location: Nerul, Navi Mumbai

Timing: 5.30 am to 9.30 pm

5) Babulnath temple -:

Babulnath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, big religious place 

People's come here to prey lord shiva.

It's Located in the Malabar region of Mumbai, in just  15 minutes away from Marine Lines Railway Station.

Very peaceful and positive place to visit nearby markets and areas.

Location :- Charni Road, Near Chowpatty, Mumbai

Timings: 5 AM to 7 PM

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