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How to Reach Babulnath Temple

Visiting temples can be tricky, especially famous ones in big cities like Mumbai. You want to have a smooth, hassle-free experience.

Babulnath temple is a very popular shrine in the heart of Mumbai. Thousands flock here daily. Getting there can be confusing with the crowds and traffic.

This guide gives you simple, step-by-step directions on how to reach Babulnath temple by car, train, bus, or rickshaw from anywhere in Mumbai. Follow this and your temple visit will be easy and peaceful.

How to Reach Babulnath Temple

Reach Babulnath Temple By Road

If you are driving your own car or taking a cab, put "Babulnath Temple, Babulnath Road, Mumbai" in your GPS. The shrine is located very close to Mahim Church and Tara Masjid.

Find parking near Petit Road, Dr.Bhadkamkar Marg or Mori Road. The idol is underground, so use the steps leading down from the street level. Expect traffic around the area.

Reach Babulnath Temple By Train

The closest railway stations are Mahalaxmi (1.5km) and Mumbai Central (2.5km). You can take a bus, taxi or auto from either station to reach the temple quickly. If walking, exit towards Dr. E. Moses Road from Mahalaxmi or Mori Road from Mumbai Central. Signs and locals can guide you the remaining way.

Reach Babulnath Temple By Bus

Several BEST buses ply along Dr. E. Moses Road and Dr. Bhadkamkar Marg which are a 2-minute walk from the temple. Useful routes are 25, 135, 137, and more.

Get down at Mahim Church or Mori Road bus stop. The shrine's towering gopuram (entrance) is visible from the main road.

Reach Babulnath Temple By Rickshaw

Autos and rikshaws are very convenient options, especially for families or seniors. Stop anywhere along Dr. E. Moses Road or near Mahim Church.

Negotiate a reasonable fare before starting from your location. The advantage is you get dropped right outside the temple gates.


In summary, Babulnath temple has excellent connectivity by road, rail, and public transport being situated in central Mumbai. Drive and park nearby, or take a train to Mahalaxmi/Mumbai Central followed by a short bus/taxi ride.

Many buses stop a minute's walk away. Autorickshaws are a hassle-free door-to-temple option too. Whichever way you choose to go, follow these simple directions for an easy, smooth journey to this ancient sacred site.


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