Garh Ganesh Temple
Among many religious places in our pink city, “Garh Ganesh temple” has unique fame for its reason of capture.
This temple is signed for completion of “Ashwamegh Yagh” before established our pink city Jaipur.
The reason for this temple’s popularity is most important because the statue of Lord Ganesha is without a trunk called “Purusha Kriti“.
This means this statue is a child character of Lord Ganesha in which the actual image of Ganesh Ji.
So it will be a fantastic temple trip because this beautiful place is on top of Aravali hills which gives impressive sightseeing to this temple with a beautiful sight of Jaipur.
Garh Ganesh Temple Timings
- Morning at 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- Evening at 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Garh Ganesh Temple History
In Hinduism, when we start any new work, we always remember our god and pray to complete our work.
This way of pray comes from our ancestors, and we follow it for our every new starting work.
Our most ancient temple Garh Ganesh is a sign of this type of worship for us.
The last rein duration at Amber Fort Palace was Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh I because, during his time, Amber suffered from water inefficiency.
So, before constructed Jaipur, he completed “Ashwamegh Yagh” at this place and put the Purushakriti statue of Lord Ganesha.
He made this temple in such a structure that he could see this statue of Ganesha from his bedroom at Chandermahal of City palace with the help of binoculars.
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Facts about Garh Ganesh in Jaipur
- Without the trunk statue of Lord Ganesha, this is the most attractive captured fact of the temple.
- It is also a resultant fact that when we visit this place continuously 16 Wednesdays for any special wish that is always complete.
- Two large size rats are also situated here, About these rats, devotees believe that when we say our wish in ears of rats that is completed by God.
Festivals In Temple
- Ganesh Chaturthi is a special day of Temple because this day is the birthday of Lord Ganesha, so the temple area is decorated, and many types of sweets are made for prasad.
- The first Wednesday after “Diwali” celebrated “Anna Kut” which is the most significant function of this temple.
- The Paush month according to the Hindu calendar, which is also called “Paushbada” is also an enjoyable festival of this temple
On both Anna kut festivals several sweets like khichdi, Modak, laddu etc. are made as prasad for devotees.