Mumbadevi Temple is in Bhuleshwar, Mumbai. This temple is dedicated to city's patron Goddess Mumbadevi, Mumbai's resident deity. Legends say the structure of the temple is about six centuries old and it is believed be the work of Mumbaraka, a sadistic giant who frequently plundered the city at the time.
The image of the Goddess Mumbadevi is clad with a robe of silver crown,
a nose ring and a golden necklace. To the left is a stone figure of
Annapurna seated on a peacock. In front of the shrine is a tiger, the
carrier of the Goddess. The Goddess personifies Mother Earth. It is
still worshipped by descendants of the Dravidian population of western
and southern India.
The temple of Mumbadevi once stood on the site of the present Victoria
Terminus in the central island, which was called Mumbai. The present
name of the city is derived from the Goddess Mumbadevi.
Mumbai is well connected by air, rail and road. The nearest railway
station is at Marine Lines. Accommodation is available at the hotels in
Mumba Devi temple is one of the most popular temples in Mumbai city.