Three Eyed Shree Ganesh Temple

It is manifested by a mountain rock in the Swayambhu Ganapathi Ranthambore forest which is situated at an altitude of 2000 feet above sea level.

This temple is said to be Swayambhu because the idol worshiped in the temple is not made by an artist, but the face of Shri Ganesh and a part of the trunk were automatically generated from the mountain.

His son auspicious and benefic on both sides of Ganesha’s figure and along with him, Riddhi and Siddhi, the wives of Shri Ganesha. The darshan of the entire family of Shri Ganesha is called the Darshan of the five deities here. According to the priests of the three-eyed Sri Ganesh temple, Ganapati’s third eye represents intelligence. An idol of Shri Vishnu is in front of Shri Ganesh.

Three Eyed Shree Ganesh Temple
Three Eyed Shree Ganesh Temple
According to the history behind this three-eyed Sri Ganesh temple, it is said that there was a war between Raja Hammir and Alauddin Khilji in 1299 AD at Ranthambore fortifications. In times of war, where the king lived, he used to fill the godowns with food items and other essential things so that these things would not get lost in the war.

The war lasted for many years and things stored in warehouses began to run out. King Hammer was a great devotee of Lord Ganesha. One night while he was sleeping, Lord Ganesha came in his dream and said that by tomorrow morning all the shortages and problems will be over.

The next day morning, a statue of Lord Ganesha with three eyes (Trinetra) emerged from a fort wall. At the same time the war ended with miracles, while the warehouses were replenished. 1300 AD In, King Hammer built the temple of Lord Ganesha.

He placed the idol of Lord Ganesha, Riddhi Siddhi (his wife) and two sons (auspicious gain) along with the idol (idol, his vehicle).

Three Eyed Shree Ganesh Temple
Three Eyed Shree Ganesh Temple
Sawai madhopur. There are amazing examples of faith and belief in the country. In today’s era, there is a trend of internet, e-mail and phone. There is also a place where lakhs of letters are sent.

These letters are sent not to any person, but to the enumerated Lord Ganesha. Yes, the Trinetra Ganesh temple in Ranthambore, Rajasthan is one where Ganpati is sent a letter before every auspicious work. In such a situation, there is always a pile of letters and invitation letters at the feet of God.


Travelers Radhamohan Sharma and Jyotishwaroop told that devotees from all over the country visit the Ranthambore Trinetra Ganesh temple. Here the first card of every mangalik work done in the house sends the name of Lord Ganesha. Every year a large number of visitors visit this place on Ganesh Chaturthi.

Mars sends cards to work
The Ganesh temple, built in Ranthambore Fort, about 10 km from Sawaimadhopur in Rajasthan, is known for sending letters to the Lord. People here do not forget to send cards in the name of Ranthambore Ganesha before every Mangal work in the house.

This temple was built in the 10th century by King Hammir of Ranthambore. It is said that Ganesha came in the king’s dream during the war and blessed him. After this, the king won the battle, then he built the temple in his fort.

Lord Ganesha sits on Trinetri
The idol of Lord Ganesha here is somewhat different from the rest of the temples. The idol has three eyes of God. Ganesha is seated with his wife Riddhi-Siddhi and his son Shubh-Gaya. Here Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great pomp and special puja is performed.

Keep reading at the feet of Ganesha
Many people of the country send the first card of every Mangal work here in the name of Lord Ganesha. The address is written on the card.

Shri Ganesh ji, Fort District of Ranthambore. Sawai Madhopur postman also sends these letters to the temple with full reverence and respect. After this, the priest reads the letters in front of Lord Ganesha at his feet.

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