Titwala is a small town near Kalyan in Maharashtra, India. Situated at the banks of a seasonal river Kalu, It is the site of a venerated temple of Ganesha, and also the putative site of the hermitage where Shakuntala was born. The Siddhivinayak Mahaganapati Temple at Titwala is a popular temple. The temple attracts a fair number of worshippers, especially on Tuesdays, which is considered the day ruled by Ganesha. The day of 'Angarika Chaturthi',a holy day in the Hindu Calendar, sees lacs of worshippers thronging to the temple.
A scenic place surrounded by lush greenery all around attracts lots of couples and tourists from suburbs of Mumbai. Though a part of KDMC,it is relatively backward in terms of infrastructure and civic amenities,the town,of late is slowly put on the developmental path with the recent growth in realty sector.
Titwala is the third railway station from Kalyan on the Central Line. Local trains are available at 5-15 minutes frequency.