Trinetra Ganesh Temple


14.3/5(12 Ratings)

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Overview

Ranked 2 of 16 sightseeing in Ranthambore
Trinetra Ganesh Temple is situated inside one of the premier wildlife destinations in Rajasthan, Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary. Located in the Sawai Madhopur district, this national park has a tenth century fortress, right inside the compound, where this temple is situated.
One of the oldest pilgrimage centers' dedicated to Ganesh, this temple was built in 1300 by King Hammir Dev Chauhan. During an ongoing battle with Ala-ud-din Khilji, King Hammir dreamt of Lord Ganesh promising him that the war would be over by the next day. In the morning an idol of Lord Ganesh with three eyes was found. King Hammir installed this idol along with Sri Riddhi Siddhi, his wife, and his two sons Shub and Labh.
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great dedication and pomp and thousand of devotees come to worship Lord Ganesh. The best day to visit the temple is Wednesday, the special day dedicated to Lord Ganesh.
One can also visit the other monuments like the royal cenotaphs, Hameers' court, Badal Mahal, Dhula Mahal, and Phansi Ghar which are found inside the fort complex.
This temple receives several thousands of wedding invites every year; it is a belief to send the first wedding card here.

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
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Nitin Singh

Nitin Singh2.1/5

1 review

Highly overrated, can visit if fin

If you went to Ranthambore, I think it is woth going there. You can cover Ranthambore fort in midway. Open from morning till evening so plan out accordingly. If came for a day visit you can visit in the morning of second day after checkout.As it is in jugle you can hire a taxi or come by your own car. No special permission needed.

Er. rahul

Er. rahul4.3/5

184 reviews

Ganesh temple

This temple sits atop of Ranthambor forte. One has to climb about 250 steps to reach the temple. It is only in this temple that Ganesh ji is seen with his whole family - 2 wives named Riddhi & Siddhi and 2 sons named Shubh & Labh.
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Mukesh Hooda

Mukesh Hooda3.6/5

17 reviews

Temple in the Fort

Temple is good and very famous. It located at Ranthambore fort & you have to climb almost 200 stairs to reach this place. You will also get a glimpse of Ranthambore fort, though it's not in great condition. The only problem is that it is not really clean outside the temple and there are a lot of monkeys.

Raviraj  Singh

Raviraj Singh5.0/5

2 reviews

Happy to go there

A very calm and religious Temple made by Maharana Hamir. Situated at grand location at the top of hill and center in national park of Ranthambhore, Sawai Madhopur. Got a recharge for my spirituality. Happy to be there.



4 reviews

Lovely Temple!

This is such a good place. I had great fun there. It was really awesome!



6 reviews

Enjoy the purity of nature

The temple is situated at a high altitude. The place is clean and clear and no pollution at all.

Vijaivargiya Rk

Vijaivargiya Rk4.6/5

5 reviews

Three eyed Ganesha

It is one of the Ganesha Temple in North India. In this temple the Lord Ganesha has three eyes.

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Er. rahul

Trinetra Ganesh Temple, Ranthambore
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Trinetra Ganesh Temple, Ranthambore