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It is a famous place of Hindu pilgrimage and worship.
The Shree Vinayaka Devaru (Kannada:ಗಣಪತಿ ಇಡಗುಂಜಿ) is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Ganesha (Vinayaka), located on the West Coast of India in the Idagunji town in Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka state, India. The temple's popularity as a religious place is recorded by about 1 million devotees visiting it annually.
It is one of the six famous Ganesha temples on the west Coast of India, which is also popularly called the "Ganesha Coast".
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