Vicky Kaushal And Katrina Kaif Told To Visit In A Trinetra Ganpati Temple In Ranthambore Fort- Checkout!

Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif might visit this Ganesh temple and this is a centuries-old Temple, housed within Ranthambore Fort, it is situated at almost the height of 1500 feet and could be the destination where Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif could seek divine blessings during their wedding rituals in Rajasthan.

Locals of Ranthambore and Sawai Madhopur have recommended the couple to-be-wedded to must visit the Trinetra Ganesh Temple to seek blessings from God for their happy and blessed married life. This veteran temple is located about 32 kilometers from the Six Senses Fort Barwara resort, It is a unique Ganpati Temple that has a legacy of having the ultimate blessing power for new beginnings and newlyweds. Such is the popularity of the temple that thousands send the first copy of their wedding invitations to this temple as a gesture of a blessing need.

As they both landed in Jaipur; arrive at Six Senses Fort Barwara to flag off their wedding festivities
Reportedly, the temple is popular for receiving thousands of wedding invitations every day, all of which are laid out in front of the three-eyed Ganesha idol in the temple to seek blessings.

Local sources of Ranthambore have revealed that while Vicky and Katrina’s wedding invitation wasn’t received at the temple, the couple and those around them were informed by locals that they should definitely visit the holy location and be once in Ranthambore hills. 

Vicky and Katrina are reportedly going to have a full Hindu wedding with the usual functions like sangeet, Mehendi, and the phera. They have also planned are elaborate and exotic themes for the wedding week. So amid this wedding week, a visit to the Trinetra Ganesha Temple might prove like a cherry on the wedding news cake.

If we look at the historical background of the temple then this is a very unique temple that was built in the year 1300 AD by King Hammira, and this is the only temple in India to feature Lord Ganesha’s with the extra eye sitting with his entire family. The temple has idols of Ganesh, Riddhi Siddhi (his wives), and two sons (Shub and Labh) along with the idol of Mushak (mouse, his vehicle).

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