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Ranthambore Sri Trinetra Ganesh Temple Timings, History

The Sri Trinetra Ganesh temple is situated in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. The Ranthambore Fort located here is home to the Trinetra Ganesh temple. It is one of the oldest temples in Rajasthan and probably the only temple that has the presence of Ganesh Ji’s entire family, including the idols of his wives, Ridhi and Sidhi, and their children, Subh and Labh. The temple also houses an idol of the Lord’s vehicle, his mushak, the mouse.

Wednesday has considered the favorite day for Lord Ganesh devotees special aarti takes place on that day and local devotees gather in huge numbers. Ganesh Chathurthi is celebrated in the grandest and pompous way. The fort’s premises also hold some ruins, Badal Mahal, Phansi Ghar, Dhula Mahal and Hameer’s court.

All the wishes that the sincere heart asks are granted here. It is said that all wedding invitations from neighboring places are sent here first, for the deity to bless the new couple.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Timings: 6.00 am to 8.00 pm

Trinetra Ganesh Temple Aarati

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

Ranthambore Trinetra Temple Pooja Schedule:

7.30 AM – First Aarti or Sunrise Time
9.00 AM – Shringar Aarti
12.00 Noon – Bhog Aarti
6.30 PM – Sandhya Aarti (during summer)
5.45 PM – Sandhya Aarti (during winter)
8.00 PM – Shayan Aarti

Sri Trinetra Ganesh Temple History:

The construction of this temple was the result of a war. In 1299, a war broke out between King Hammir and Allaudin Khilji, who was the second king to reign under the Khilji lineage. The tombs of the fort were used to store food grains and other basic necessities. The prolonged war has exhausted all of these supplies. King Hammir, who was an ardent devotee of Sri Ganesh, continued to worship him even during these difficult times.

Lord Ganesh appeared and blessed the king in his dreams. The next morning, the idol of the Three-Eyed Deity was found inscribed on one of the walls and the tombs were miraculously filled with all the food grains. The following year, the king built a temple on the site in honor of the Lord.

Sri Trinetra Ganesh Temple Address:

Ranthambhore Trinetra Ganesh Temple,
Ranthambhore Fort,
5, Ramlila Maidan,
Sawai Madhopur,
Rajasthan – 322021
Contact Number: 91-7462220655