On 6th of April BMC “S” ward served a notice to the Maruti temple at A.S.Shankaracharya Marg. The notice reads that the temple has to move within 7 days of the notice or BMC would take the appropriate action. In this battle of development verses tradition, again tradition has won. Sources say the stay […]
You are about to experience an incredible journey – one that would give a sense of peacefulness, calm and tranquility along with therapeutic benefits for the soul in you. Away from the hustle of Adi Sankaracharya Marg in Powai, is the path that leads to Sandeepany Sadhanalaya, the worldwide headquarters of Chinmaya Mission. It’s an […]
Gurudwara Punjabi Sabha Powai is newly built Gurudwara in the posh township of Powai.
Naga Panchami was celebrated with religious fervor at Panch Kutir’s Sri Mahashesha Rundamalini temple (Survarna Temple), located at Powai, on Sunday August 04 2011.
Akshardham Powai Swaminarayan Mandir also know as International Spiritual Research Cente at Powai is a beautiful expanse of land that was first sanctified by Yogi Bapa by the performance of a yagna. In 1978, Chandrabhan Sharmaji and family donated it to Kakaji for satsanga developmental activities.
In the lush green environs of Mumbai’s suburban haven Powai, lies the Chinmayananda Mission’s Sandeepany Sadhanalaya, set up in 1961. Situated on a hill top, the Sadhanalaya provides a panoramic view of the Powai lake and the surrounding areas. Located inside the complex is a beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Jagadeeswara. This Shiv temple is […]
SUVARNA TEMPLE is also known as Nine mother children temple is indeed a unique temple in its own. Located amidst the beauty of Powai this temple has lot of serenity and calm. The ‘Nine Mother Children’ temple is one of the oldest holy places in Powai. This temple was evolved in 1957, but the prathista […]
It has been conclusively established that the village Powai has been in existence for more than a thousand years. Its ancient name was Poumvi and the shores of the lake turn along the old horse route joining this area with Sahyadri range (western ghats). The word "Powai" is Portuguese maltransformation of the original name. Initially, […]