Birla Ganesh Mandir
Birla Ganesh Temple is 20 Kms. away from Alibag is a small village named ‘ Salav ‘ on the Alibag – Roha route. Birla Ganesh Temple has marble floors and the hall of the temple is open from all sides. The ceiling of the temple is transparent which allows free flow of air and ample light to come in. On entering the temple there is a square-shaped nave. The nave is also made of marble and is very beautifully carved. The beautifully carved idol of ‘Ganapati’ is placed in the nave. The idols of ‘Riddhi and Siddhi’ are placed on both sides of the idol. Around the nave are small temples of ‘Radha-Krishna’, ‘Shiv-Parvati’, ‘Bhavanidevi’ and ‘Suryadeva’. In the garden next to the temple there is a statue of “Late Aditya Birla”. Around the statue is a beautifully gardened landscape along with colored water fountains. The pleasant climate adds to the beauty of the temple. From the temple hilltop the glimpse of the green hilltops surrounding the temple and the lighted Vikram Ispat company on the other side which is a beautiful sight late in the evening. The popularity of this temple has not only in Maharashtra but in and around India also.