is the fourth day of the second fortnight of the Hindu Calendar Month.
On this day a special significance is to the sighting of the Moon.
The pujas, from Sunrise, are as per Tuesday but in the evening the
temple closes about 1 1/2 hour prior to moon rise and Shodashopchar
Pooja is performed on Shree Siddhivinayak and an Abhishek
of Milk and Rose Water on Shree Siddhivinayak goes
on while a team of priests recite various Vedic Mantras and Prayers.
A Naivedya comprising of Steamed Modaks and other eatables is then
offered to Shree Siddhivinayak and following the same
is the Aarti Mantra Pushpanjali. After this the temple is again open
to devotees and Shejaarti is performed only after the crowd subsides.