Palicha Shree Ballaleshwar Vinayak temple at Pali, which can be situated 110 km absent from Pune in Maharashtra. The temple, which was constructed by Nana Phadnis in 1770, was named right after Ballal of Pali. The presiding deity is Lord Ballaleshwar (Ganapati). Ganapati is recognized as Ballaleshwar right here.
The Ganesh idol inside the temple is 3 ft tall. His consorts Siddhi and Riddhi flank Ganesha's picture. The eyes of your Ganapati are studded with diamonds. There is also another Ganesh Temple, known as Dhundi Vinayak just behind the temple. The Peshwas in the temple installed a big Portuguese made bell.
Nearest airport is at Mumbai. Vacationers can also access this location possibly from Panvel or Khopoli railway stations. It is quickly accessible as number of buses ply from Mumbai and Pune connecting Pali.