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Ganesh Temple

Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, India
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Ganesh temple is one of the very few places to visit in Sawai Madhopur after the National Park. So... read more

Reviewed yesterday
NSehgal
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New Delhi, India
Temple of lord ganesha

Very nice temple of lord ganesha inside the ranthambhore fort. Its very old temple of lord ganesha... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
vic_879
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Ahmedabad, India
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Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, India
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Reviewed yesterday

Ganesh temple is one of the very few places to visit in Sawai Madhopur after the National Park. So do visit once you are here in town. It has a steep climb up the fort and you will find a lot of langoors near the...More

Thank NSehgal
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very nice temple of lord ganesha inside the ranthambhore fort. Its very old temple of lord ganesha. Nice and peaceful place to offer worship to lord ganesha.

Thank vic_879
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The drive up the valley to the temple was lovely. The fort is very impressive, and there is a beautiful view at the top looking over the National Park.

Thank 478pam
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Temple is located inside the Ranthambore Fort and is one of the top attraction in Ranthambore. Feels nice once you get the Darshan. Lot of monkeys around, and you can feed them ( friendly once )

Thank Absan
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

you need to climp up to reach the ganesh temple in ranthambore which is really revered. on a cool day, the walk itself is quite rewarding. must visit.

Thank aliyah123
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Ganesh Temple is inside the Ranthambore Fort, it will take a approx 30-40 mins from the bottom to reach the main Temple , but it was always worth to visit Ganesh Temple, beware of monkeys at the template if you have small kids with you....More

Thank rahuljasrotia
Reviewed 20 April 2017

The ganesh temple is inside the ranthambore fort which is a world heritage site. The fort is itself magnificent and the temple lies in the far end of the fort which was a pleasant journey.

Thank assistantashutosh
Reviewed 19 April 2017

We happened to go during a festival. The view from the top of the fort is amazing. There are also monkeys everywhere! There were little shops at the top where you could buy trinkets at local prices. Not sure if that is an everyday occurrence...More

Thank stephanie13w
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

An excellent alternative to the Safari's offered in the park . Amazing views of the national park enroute the temple once inside the fort ,this temple uniquely receives the first wedding invitation from the entire region and has a large delivery of wedding cards daily...More

Thank Sorab J
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Very good traditional mandir at swai madhapur you reach there by a car and there ranthambor century this is old mandir

Thank sumanabhishek5
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travelpaglee
how far is the temple to the top of the fort .. i mean how far is it from the bottom of the fort .. how many steps approx need to be climbed ? .. can elderly people climb to the temple ?
2 March 2015|
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Response from arvinda2014 | Reviewed this property |
One has to walk for around 1.5km to reach to the temple. It's not like a straight staircase. The stairs are wide and after climbing a few one has to walk and again there are few stairs. Elderly people can take rest in... More
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