Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir

The temple enshrines a huge, red Ganesh in the foyer, flanked by his two wives. Inside the shrine is a bronzed idol of a five-faced, panchmukhi, Hanuman. Next to the Hanuman idol, there is an idol of baby Krishna in the arms of his mother Yashodhara with a background of black serpents with extended hoods. Also there is a red Hanuman with five heads and Lord Ram's name inscribed on his heart. After the idol of Hanuman is an unusual one of a Black Goddess or Kali, riding on her lion vehicle.

Finally, at the end of the Parikrama, visitors pass a silver swing holding the image of Baby Krishna. It is customary for devotees to give the swing a slight push and set it into motion.
This temple situated above the tank near the Mahakaleshwar temple, enshrines a huge artistic sculpture of Ganesh, the son of Shiva. An idol of this size and beauty is rarely to be found. The middle of the temple is adorned by an idol of the pancha-mukhi (five faced) Hanuman. There is provision for learning of Sanskrit and Astrology in the temple.

This temple situated above the tank near the Mahakaleshwar temple, enshrines a huge artistic sculpture of Ganesh, the son of Shiva. An idol of this size and beauty is rarely to be found. The middle of the temple is adorned by an idol of the pancha-mukhi (five faced) Hanuman. There is provision for learning of Sanskrit and Astrology in the temple.