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The temple, situated on banks of river tansa in Hedavde village via khanivade on Mumbai Ahemdabad highway close to Virar, forms an important part of a famous Shakti Peetha. The Shakti Peetha to which this temple belongs is the one where Goddess Sati’s ankle fell during the fierce tandava by Lord Shiva.
This temple has an elaborate story behind it, which states that it was built somewhere in the 19th century. Goddess appeared in the dream of P.P. Dadasaheb Hate and commanded him to take idol out of the ground and construct a temple. Following the dream, Dadasaheb excavated the exact site and found a statue of Goddess Laxmi that was covered in mud and sindur. A temple was built at the spot, which gained immense recognition over the years. Param Pujya Guruvarya Dadasaheb Hate Om Shree Maha Laxmi Mata Mandir Trust manages Mahalaxmi Temple activities.
Several rites and rituals take place at Hedavde Mahalaxmi Temple on a daily basis. It is flocked by a large number of devotees during various festivals including Guru Purnima, Ghat Stapana, Hom Havan, Dasra, Tripurari Purnima and Shree Gurudat Jayanti. Prativarshik Yatra – the annual procession of the temple – takes place in the month of April May. · Edit. The address of Hedavde Mahalaxmi, Mumbai is Unnamed Road
It's in Unnamed Road