Trinetra Ganesh Temple

  • Address: Ranthambhore Fort, Rajasthan 322001, Ranthambore National Park, India
  • Phone: 91-7462220655
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids

Trinetra Ganesh Temple - Review

The Trinetra Ganesh Temple of Ranthambore national park is famous throughout India and holds significant religious value for the pilgrims. Located inside the Ranthambore fort of Rajasthan state of India, this is the oldest temple of Lord Ganesha that holds the whole family of Lord Ganesha at one place. There is a popular tradition in India that the wedding invitation is first sent to Lord Ganesha. This temple thus, receives a huge number of marriage cards every year when the marriage season falls in place. A lot of Hindu pilgrims visit this temple every year.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Information

  • Follow the Hindu rituals while entering the temple.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Hours

Aarti Timings:

  • Sringar Aarti: 9:00am
  • Sandhaya Aarti: 6:30pm in summer, 5:45pm in Winters
  • Shayan Aarti: 8:00pm
  • Prabhat Aarti: Sunrise
  • Bhog: 12 noon

How To reach Trinetra Ganesh Temple by Public Transport

  • Rent a car.

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  • Trinetra Ganesh Temple Address: Ranthambhore Fort, Rajasthan 322001, Ranthambore National Park, India
  • Trinetra Ganesh Temple Contact Number: 91-7462220655
  • Trinetra Ganesh Temple Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Trinetra Ganesh Temple: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Trinetra Ganesh Temple

  • 95% of people who visit Ranthambore National Park include Trinetra Ganesh Temple in their plan

  • 65.38% of people start their Trinetra Ganesh Temple visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Trinetra Ganesh Temple

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

81.25% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Trinetra Ganesh Temple

People normally club together Ranthambore Fort and Surwal Lake while planning their visit to Trinetra Ganesh Temple.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Trinetra Ganesh Temple, Ranthambore National Park Reviews

  • Beautiful view beautiful place. This is very peaceful and it has many monkeys there it is great to sit down and enjoy activities they do. Many tourists and locals come here to view and ask wishes. I love to be here and enjoy moment's of peace and drink tea in clay pots.

  • Amazing sight seeing, number of small forts/Hawankunds, ponds and all above Lord Ganesha with his Savari, the cute mouse. Everything is so mesmerizing in the lap of Lord and nature that can't be described how beautiful it is! One thing the visitors should have to care about is that a number of stairs (more than 100) have to be crossed, which is tough for old age devotees. A flock of beautiful peacocks can't stop you from clicking a snapshot. Hold your hand bags tight, otherwise monkeys would take it away.

  • #Svayambhu Ganesh Bhagvan is here like Mahadev in Great Kailash.

  • According to the history behind this temple, it is said that in 1299 AD, a war took place between King Hammeer and Alauddin Khilji at the Ranthambore fortification. During the war time, they filled there godowns with foods and other necessary things in Ranthambhore Fort, where the King dwells. As the war lasted for many years, the stored things in godowns were getting over. King Hammer was a great devotee to God Ganesh. One night when he was sleeping, Lord Ganesh came in his dream and said that all the lacking and problems would be over by tomorrow morning. Next day morning, an idol of Lord Ganesh with three eyes (Trinetra) stamped from one of the walls of the fort. Also, a miracle took place and the war got over while the godowns got filled again. In 1300 AD, King Hammer built a temple of Lord Ganesh. He placed the idol of Lord Ganesh, Riddhi Siddhi (his wife) and two sons (Shub Labh) along with the idol of mushak (mouse, his vehicle)

  • Jai ho ganesh ji baba

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