Grant Road Cha Varad Vinayak Aagman Sohala is the arrival / welcoming ceremony of Grant Road Cha Varad Vinayak Ganeshotsav. In 2020, Grant Road Cha Varad Vinayak Aagman Sohla date is in August 2020.
Grant Road Cha Varad Vinayak Patpujan Sohla is the installation ceremony of Grant Road Cha Varad Vinayak Ganeshotsav. In 2020, Grant Road Cha Varad Vinayak Padhyapoojan Sohla was in July.
It is one of the popular Ganesh Mandals in Grant Road area of Mumbai, organised by Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal.
Grant Road (named after Sir Robert Grant, the Governor of Bombay between 1835 and 1839) is a locality in South Mumbai. Grant Road railway station serves this area.
Grant Road along with Tardeo and Mumbai Central have been a neighbourhood of Mumbai City dominated by the Jains, Muslims and the Parsi & Irani Zoroastrians. It is considered as the place of ancestral roots of the originating Zoroastrians of the city mainly being the areas of Balaram Street and Sleater Road. It has 4 Fire temples and The Cama Baug is an important place for the Wedding Ceremonies and other functions of the Parsis of Mumbai.