Template:Infobox Mandir

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{{Infobox Mandir
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Shri Mayureshwar Mandir, Morgaon
The shikara of the temple
The shikara of the temple
Shri Mayureshwar Mandir, Morgaon is located in Maharashtra
Shri Mayureshwar Mandir, Morgaon
Shri Mayureshwar Mandir, Morgaon
Location within Maharashtra
Coordinates: 18°16′33.8″N 74°19′17″E / 18.276056°N 74.32139°E / 18.276056; 74.32139
Sanskrit transliteration: Śri Mayūreśvara Mandira
Marathi: श्री मयूरेश्वर मंदीर
Country: India
State/province: Maharashtra
District: Pune District
Locale: Morgaon
Architecture and culture
Primary deity: Ganesha as Mayureshwar or Moreshwar
Important festivals: Ganesh Chaturthi, Ganesh Jayanti
Architectural styles: Mandir architecture
Date built:
(Current structure)
Before 17th century AD
Creator: Unknown
{{Infobox Mandir
|name                 = Shri Mayureshwar Mandir, Morgaon
|image                = Morgaon.jpg
|image_size           = 250
|image_alt            =
|caption              = The shikara of the temple
|pushpin_map          = Maharashtra 
|latd = 18| latm =  16| lats =  33.8| latNS = N
|longd= 74| longm= 19| longs = 17| longEW = E
|map_caption          = Location within Maharashtra
|map_size             = 250
|other_names          =
|marathi              = श्री मयूरेश्वर मंदीर
|sanskrit_translit    = Śri Mayūreśvara Mandira
|country              = India
|state/province       = [[Maharashtra]]
|district             = Pune District
|locale               = Morgaon
|primary_deity        = [[Ganesha]] as Mayureshwar or Moreshwar
|important_festivals  = [[Ganesh Chaturthi]], [[Ganesh Jayanti]]
|architecture         = [[Mandir]] architecture
|number_of_temples    =
|number_of_monuments  =
|inscriptions         =
|date_built           = Before 17th century AD
|creator              = Unknown


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