Trinetra Ganesh Temple of Ranthambore- Historical Temple

September 19, 2022 by admin0

Many historical buildings in Rajasthan make Rajasthan a new identity. There are many pilgrimages, religious places, historical places, and museums in Rajasthan, known by different names. Today we will know the history of the establishment of the temple Trinetra Ganesh Temple of Ranthambore, who built this temple, and where and how it was created.

Lord Ganesha is said to be the first worshiped deity in Hinduism. Because of this, every auspicious and auspicious work done in Hinduism begins with their worship. According to religious beliefs, they are worshiped first of all the gods and goddesses, while there are many ancient and historical temples associated with them in the country, which are different in themselves but are also mysterious. Today we are going to tell you about a temple related to them which is known as Trinetra Ganesh Temple of Ranthambore. So, let’s know where this temple is and what is its specialty.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Ranthambore

History of Trinetra Ganesh Temple:

Talking about the construction of the temple, many legends related to it, but still, it cannot be said with the claim that this temple built in the 10th century itself. According to a belief, when the fort of Ranthambore besieged by the Mughals for a long time, the way to carry goods to the fort blocked. Then Ganpati Bappa came into the dream of King Hamir and he asked him to worship him methodically.

When the next day the king went there and saw him, he found a self-styled idol of Ganesha there, after which the king built a temple in the fort as per the orders of Lord Ganesha. Let us tell you that this temple of Lord Ganesha has the status of India’s first Ganapati temple. Where out of the 4 self-styled idols of India, 1 idol of Bappa is installed. It is a popular belief that a fair is held here every year on ‘Ganesh Chauth’.

Proof of Johar fasting from Ranthambore

The most interesting thing here that the women of the Rajput family of the Chauhan dynasty protested against Alauddin Khilji, who jumped into the fire to give life for their self-respect.

The Ganesh temple located in Ranthambore fort, located near Sawai Madhopur city of Rajasthan,  famous among the people for faith and reverence. Although the city of Ranthambore mainly known for its impenetrable structure, the Jauhar of thousands of heroines, the protection of the refugee, and the life-giving traditions. But if we talk about religious vision, then the Ganesh temple located here considered to be its religious identity.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Ranthambore

Ganesh Ji with three eyes

Ganesh of Ranthambore is Trinetri i.e., he has three eyes in it. The nature of the idol of Ganesha located here is different and beautiful than the idols installed in other Ganesh temples which this temple  said to be the most unique and grand among other Ganapati temples established in the country. Apart from this, let us inform you that here God  adorned with his wives Riddhi and Siddhi, and sons with auspicious benefits. Along with this, the temple of his vehicle Mouse Maharaj also established here.

Letter Tradition

One such tradition of Trinetra Ganesh Ji’s temple which is very interesting believed that any devotee or refugee in Ranthambore Trinetra Ganesh Ji’s temple writes a letter and puts their troubles in a big vessel in the temple of Trinetra Ganesh Ji. Then the priest of the temple reads those letters one by one in front of Ganesh Ji and narrates them so that after listening to all the problems of the devotees, they find solutions.

Ranthambore Sanctuary

The temple of Trinetra Ganesh Ji is famous in Sawai Madhopur, but apart from that, Ranthambore Sanctuary  also located in Sawai Madhopur at a place called Ranthambore, where tigers protected, which is also famous for TIGER FOREST.

Way to Trinetra Ganesh Temple of Ranthambore

To reach the temple of Trinetra Ganesh Ji, one has to go through a very dangerous and charming way. Devotees reach the temple of Trinetra Ganesh Ji amidst this enchanting path.


Protection of devotees

If the devotees reach their destination through the forest, then they may be in more danger than the tigers living in the forest. But tigers protected inside that forest. Nevertheless, the protection of the devotees very important, for this, arrangements have also been made for the forest force there.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple of Ranthambore Timings

The temple open for devotees to visit from 6.30 am to 6.30 pm. Since the temple located in the fort in the middle of the sanctuary, no one  allowed to stay in the temple after 6.30 pm due to the fear of wildlife.

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