This is where the battle of Ganesha and Parasurama took place. Ganapati has been worshiped for thousands of years at an altitude of 3,000 feet under the open sky.


BanglaHunt Desk: According to the Hindu tradition, Ganesha is worshiped first of all at the beginning of any good deed. He is the Perfectionist. Whoever has the benevolent hand of Parvati Nandan on his head, he is saved from all dangers. According to the Puranas, Ganesha's head is like an elephant. It is also called a tooth because it does not have a tooth. Today I am going to tell you about a mysterious temple related to this one tooth.

According to the Puranas, a fierce battle took place between Ganesha and Parasurama. In the battle, a tooth of Gajmukh Parvati Nandan was broken by Parshuram's ax. According to legend, the battle took place in the Dholakal hills of Bailadila in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh. There is an amazing Ganesha temple at the top of this hill.

The height of Dholakal hill from sea level is about 3000 feet. Ganpati 7 is at the top of this Incidentally, there is no temple here. Under the open sky, disruptors have been robbing fans here for thousands of years.

The locals call it Dholakal hill as it looks like a drum. According to the name of this hill, the name of this Ganesha is Dholakal Ganesha. It is said that the Chindaka Nagavanshi kings erected idols of Ganesha on the hill.

It is believed that a huge statue of Ganesha was built here in the eleventh century. But how did the idol of Ganesha reach such a height? No information was known about this.

The locals consider Ekadanta Ganesha as their protector and the people here worship him only as a protector. According to locals, the idols of Parvati and Surya Dev were also located on the second peak near the peak, but it was stolen about 15 years ago.

The way to reach this Ganesha idol is very difficult as there is a fear of attack by wild animals, but it is believed that no wild animal is harmed by the devotees who go to see Ekadanta Ganesha Jit.