Built in the year 1899, the temple is devoted to the worship of the Sun God. It is situated at Surajwadi, Panjiapol Lane, Bhuleshwar. The temple is built of white stone and at the main entrance is carved figures of Jay and Vijay, the celestial gatekeepers.
There is a spacious hall for the reading of the Puranas (Holy Books) and galleries used by sadhus and visitors In the inner sanctuary seated on a one-wheeled chariot, is the Sun God wearing a crown and flanked on either side by his two wives Prabha and Chhaya. The chariot is drawn by a horse with seven heads and the driver is the Sun God's lame charioteer Aruna.
|Dedicated To||:||Sun God|
|Temple Timings||:||6 :00 To 12:30 and 4 :30 To sunset|
|Nearest Railway Station||:||Mumbai Central|
|Nearest Airport||:||Mumbai Airport|
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