Ganesh Temple
Ganesh Temple
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Gagan Saini
Sonipat, India1 contribution
Jan 2024 • Family
We visited ranthambore in jan first week, stayed at Raj palace ranthambore, place was quite friendly, as it was mid week so there was no rush, we heard of Trinetra Ganesh ji temple so day 1 early morning started at 6.30 am and visited temple seeking blessings of Lord Ganesha, it's in 9n a hill tope near zone 3, a lot 9f wildlife saw a hyena in early morning alongwith lot of lagoons and birds, herds of peacock on way 5o temple, darshan were awesome as 7 o clock 5he aarti starts in winter and we reached on time. Post darshan in afternoon we went for jungle safari, saw a lot o of wildlife , tigerbush bird sat on my hat and danced for a while, seen deers, aligator, neelgur, but missed tiger... No regrets as the trip was well enjoyed by kids n family. Day 2 visited palighat went for a motorboat ride in Chambal river which is around an hour drive from rathambhore , the boating was quite safe during ride saw dozens of aligators of different sizes, wild ducks, fishes, and amazing views the trip was awesome.
Written 24 January 2024
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Curious25152068494
2 contributions
Sept 2023 • Friends
Ranthambore fort tirnet Ganesh Temple Ganpati Bappa morya
Ranthambore Fort & Ganesh temple
8 Km Ganesh Police Chowki Directions
Written 20 September 2023
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ARungta
Kolkata (Calcutta), India10 contributions
Jan 2023 • Family
It is must visit if you are in Ranthambore. Climbing up the stairs is simple. Looks tough but relatively easy if you are not rushing up.
Written 7 January 2023
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Rajeev J
Hyderabad, India52 contributions
Nov 2022
This trinethra Ganesh Temple is considered the Headquarters of Ganeshji, as he is with his entire family - Riddhi n Siddhi and children Subh n Labh
The climb to the temple is easier if in group.
Written 4 December 2022
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Kapil J
Indore, India43 contributions
Oct 2022
One of the rare idol of Ganesh Ji with Trinetra. People write letters asking for blessings for fulfillment of wishes and best part is that the priest shows the letter to Ganesh ji so that he can read the same and provide boon for fulfillment of wishes of devotees.
People say that that reaching here is difficult due to number of stairs but the stairs are neither steep nor too many in numbers. One can easily climb to reach the temple.
The temple is inside the periphery of Ranthambhore Fort
Written 12 November 2022
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mayank g
New Delhi, India3 contributions
Oct 2022
This temple is situated in Ranthambore Fort, you need to track for 20-30 mins to reach this temple. Although am not religious person but a history buff, so history behind temple appelaed to me.
This fort is almost 1600-1700 old and showcased Indian's middle ages in full glory.
Written 29 October 2022
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aayushigupta6
New Delhi, India23 contributions
Feb 2022
It is inside Ranthambore Fort, has a lot of monkeys and langurs around. Beware of them. Temple has a divine feeling and I would like to visit again.
Written 1 June 2022
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Devendra G
India942 contributions
Apr 2022
This Ganesh temple is situated on the top of ranthambore fort on Sawai Madhopur. The fort itself is within the national park. The especially of the temple is that, it is the only temple with trinetradhari ( one with three eyes) ganesh ji.

The temple is located on a height and hence not recommended for senior citizens. Preferably, the time of visit should be early morning, climbing up in the afternoon heat is not enjoyable.

Overall, plan a visit if you are fit enough to climb.
Written 17 April 2022
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Chirag M
3 contributions
Apr 2022
Needs lot of Cleanliness in the Historic Fort which is a part of the Indian Culture but we had a good Darshan and also good view from the top of the fort.
Written 12 April 2022
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Sahana S
6 contributions
Jan 2022 • Couples
This is apparently the only Trinetra (three eyes) Ganapati temple in the world. The temple is at the top of the Ranthambore fort. The climb isn't as exhausting as some reviews have described it to be. In fact, I had sore legs from all the sightseeing when we visited this place and I could manage to get to the top within 25 minutes at a slow pace, with plenty of stops to take a breath (it was cold and foggy) and to take photos.
If you go during the weekends or during a festival, it would probably be more crowded. We went on an early weekday morning so there were barely any people and the darshan was quick and seamless.
The temple itself is quite small but very serene. I believe it's worth a visit, since you'll probably be going to the fort anyway and the temple is at the top of the fort.
There is a religious place of worship for almost every religion, all along the way to the top. These places branch off from the main way up. So you can choose which places to visit on your way to the top.
The place is a bit dirty and needs more upkeep, but then again, people need to contribute to the cleanliness of any place. There's only so much the authorities can do.
I don't think you need a guide here, unless you really want to learn about the place. They will pester you and follow you for some of the way, nevertheless. Just keep walking and they'll stop after a while.
It is advisable to not carry any visible edibles since there are quite a few monkeys. You can carry your camera bag and stuff however, since monkeys only snatch away anything that is visibly edible. Nothing to fear.
After you reach the top, after the Ganesh temple, there's a pathway that leads to another 1-1.5 km trek. That is optional. We didn't go there.
To reach the top, in case you're old or infirm, you have the option of going on a donkey, which you can avail at the bottom of the fort, for a fee. Just remember to bargain a bit, whether it's the donkey or the guide, if you avail these services!
All in all, it's a nice experience, not very exhausting, worth the visit and it's free of cost. The place is picturesque so don't forget your camera!
Written 23 January 2022
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