Trinetra Ganesh Temple
Trinetra Ganesh Temple is yet another fascination in Ranthambore National Park. Trinetra Three-Eyed Ganesh or Pratham Ganesh Temple is among the most established temples in Rajasthan. It is one of those temples, where one can discover the divinities of the whole group of Lord Ganesha. The temple was worked by King Hammer, who is accepted to be an enthusiastic lover of Lord Ganesha. The legend has it that while King Hammer was at war here, their supplies of sustenance were running out.
At that point one night, Lord Ganesha showed up before the King and guaranteed him that the stocks will be filled and his issues will be illuminated by the following morning. Marvelously, the following day, the war stopped and the nourishment stock renewed; in this way the ruler chose to manufacture a temple for Lord Gamesha here. Countless lovers throng this temple and five aartis are held every day here.
Ranthambore Ganesh Temple is very old temple and located at Ranthambore fort. It is very heart touch place for devotee and visitors. Ranthambore Ganesh Temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha, and around 12 kms from Sawai Madhopur.It is said that; in 1299 AD, there was a war between King Hammir and Alauddin Khilji. During the time of war they filled there godowns with foods and all the necessary things in Ranthambhore Fort, where King resides. Since the war lasted for several years, the stock in go downs were over.
One night when King Hammir; who was a great devotee to God Ganesh, was sleeping, he dreamed that Lord Ganesh came to him and said that by tomorrow morning all the problems and lacking would be over. In the morning an idol of Lord Ganesh with three eyes (Trinetra), embossed from one of the fort’s wall. As a miracle the war was over and the godowns were full. In 1300 AD King Hammer built a temple of Lord Ganesh and placed Riddhi Siddhi, his wife and two sons Shub Labh along with the idol of Ganesh. His vehicle mushak (mouse) is also placed there.
Ganesh Chaturthi holds a special place in Ranthambore and is celebrated to commemorate the origin of Lord Ganesh, who is said to have been born on this day. On this day, thousands of devotees visit the temple. There are songs and 'bhajans' praising Lord Ganesha.The Ganesha temple in the fort of Ranthambore is one of the most eminent Ganesha temples of Rajasthan.