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“Ganesha with his wifes -------- Lion tailed macaque view”
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Ganesh Temple
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Reviewed November 26, 2013

The climb is beautiful and you can enjoy nature. Carry an offering protect it from the macaque or share it depending on the situation. Feed a few monkeys and enjoy the darshan.

Great temple , the fort needs some maintenance money. I dont know why he doesnt charge Rs. 50. and maintain the sanctums and walkways

Thank Devika R
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Reviewed November 20, 2013

I suggest to take a guide who can tun you through the story of the fort and the temple. The monkeys at the temple are very friendly unless you buy something eatable and don't offer it to them!! I bought some "chanas" (gram) and offered it to them on my palm. One of the monkeys came forward and ate those grams from my hand, holding my hand with one of his hand and eating from the other. I will never forget this experience.

Thank anupamtiwari
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Reviewed November 13, 2013

This temple is part of the Ranthambore Fort. It's popular with tourists, locals, langur monkeys and cows. Well worth the walk to get there. If you buy marigold, you can feed them to the monkeys.

Thank Peggy B
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Reviewed November 12, 2013

Brilliant. Had a great feeling after visiting temple. View is very beautiful from the place. It has around 150 to 200 steps. But one can easily climb it. Take some time in hand as it takes around 2 to 3 hrs to and fro from hotel.

Thank monty265
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Reviewed September 29, 2013

This temple is part of Ranthambore fort. It is awesome fort with beautiful view and lots of lakes and short waterfall around. Amazing experience

Thank mailtonehagarg1
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