Mumbai is a multicultural city, diverse in religions and customs. There are temples, churches, mosques, and shrines where Hindus, Christians, Muslims, and Zoroastrians worship their gods and deities. You will also find a handful of synagogues and one Buddhist temple. Remember to remove shoes and wear modest clothing (long pants, no tank tops) when entering mosques and temples.
Bhuleshwar, near Crawford Market, South Mumbai
Dedicated to Goddess Mumba, the patron deity of Koli fishermen who were the first inhabitants of Bombay.
Northern area of Malabar Hills, South Mumbai
Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, the divine consort of Lord Vishnu.
Bank of Bhima River, Siddhivinayak
Highly revered Hindu shrine of Lord Ganesha in India.
Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari Temple (ISKCON)
Hare Krishna Land, Juhu
Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna
Located on an islet in Worli, Haji Ali is a venerated tomb, or dargah, of a Muslim saint. The Haji Ali looks stunning amidst the blue sea water. You can walk out to the temple only during low-tide. A Mumbai landmark.
9th Road, Khar West
Jama Masjid or Friday Mosque
Near Crawford Market in South Mumbai
Located in the Bhendi Bazaar, which is between Mohemmad Ali Road and Khetwadi in South Mumbai. Raudat Tajera is the white marble mausoleum of Dr. Syedna Taher Saifuddin.
Most churches in Mumbai also have English language service. Call ahead to find out the timing of the English language service.St. Michael's Church
Mount Mary's Basilica
Address: Mount Mary's Road, 400050 Bandra West
Phone: 2642 3152
A Bandra landmark
19 Nathalal Parekh Rd, Colaba
Phone: 2202-0121 or 2204-5394
The Methodist Hindustani Church
#13 Robinson Memorial, Sankli Street, Mumbai Central
St Thomas Cathedral
DN Road, Fort
The oldest English church in Mumbai.
5 Hormusji Street, Nariman House, Colaba
254, Samuel Street, Mumbai
Magen David Synagogue
Sir J. J. Road, Byculla
Tiphereth Israel Synagogue aka Jacob Circle Prayer Hall
92 K K Marg, Jacob Circle
Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue
55, Dr. V.B. Gandhi Marg, Fort
Phone: 22-2283-1502 or 22-839-617
There is a Buddhist temple in Worli on Maulana Abdul Gaffar Khan Road. The temple is open all day and night throughout the week.