Ranthambore Ganesh Temple, Rajasthan
Surely, Ranthambore National Park is one of the best tourist places in India, visited by nature lovers, and wildlife enthusiasts.
But, the park is widely visited by pilgrims and religious travelers to seek the blessings of three-eyed god called ‘Trinetra Ganesh,’
whose temple is located atop Ranthambore’s historic 1000-year-old fort.
This beautiful temple is so popular that people from different corners of the country send mails and wedding cards to the god to seek his blessings & love. It is believed that the temple received the
wedding invite of Lord Krishna and Rukmani’s marriage some thousands years back and since then, the people send their wedding invitations to
Ranthambore Ganesh Temple is around 6500 years old,
visited by approximately one million people over 3-4 days duringGanesh Mela, held every year during Ganesh Chaturthi.
The Trinetra Ganesha Temple in Ranthambore, Rajasthan is one the most well known oldest temple in Rajasthan and is
the only temple in the world that contains all the family of the Lord Ganesha. The temple is arranged in the radiant
fortress of Ranthambore. This temple is arranged at a separation of 12 kms from Sawai Madhopur.
The story of this temple goes over to the year 1299 when a war broke out between King Hameer and Ala-ud-din Khilji at the
Ranthambore fortification. The war proceeded for quite a while, and the sustenance stock of King Hameer was running low.
Ruler Hameer was a vigorous enthusiast of Lord Ganesha. In the middle of every issues and strains, he always remembered to
worship Lord Ganesha. Ruler Hameer saw Lord Ganesha in his dream and the Lord made a guarantee to him that all the issues
that he was confronting would be sorted by the morning.
In the morning, a symbol of Lord Ganesha
as Trinetra (three eyes) was found embossed in one of the fortification's dividers. As guaranteed by Lord Ganesha an inexplicable
occurrence happened and the war got over.