Siddhivinayak Temple, situated at Prabhadevi, is dedicated to the Lord Ganesha. The temple is known by names like 'Navasala Pavanara Ganapati' or 'Navasacha Ganapati' among Mumbaikars. Though it was declared sacred on 19th November 1801, it was visited by a large number of devotees only after 1952. People waiting in long queues were seen for the first time in the year 1965 and now devotees have to wait for their turn for hours.Inside the temple is an idol of Hindu God 'Ganesha' that is carved out of a single black stone. It is 2 feet 6 inches high and 2 feet wide, with the trunk on the right. The upper left and right hands of the idol hold an axe and a lotus, respectively. Lower left and right hands hold a bowl full of 'Modak' and a rosary (japmala), respectively. Idols of Riddhi and Siddhi Goddesses are placed on either side of the main idol.Tourists can reach the temple by taking any means of road transport. The nearest station to the temple is the Dadar station from where the station is hardly 10 minutes' walk away.