The Ganga Temple is one of the ancient temples in India. Almost 101 steps, extending down to the Ganga River, are one of the attracting features of the temple. Presently, there are 85 steps out of 101 steps present today. The beauty of the temple is enhanced by the amazing sights of River Ganga and white stone idol of Lord Brahma.
Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple
This ancient temple is devoted to Lord Shiva, and the temple is one of the must visit attractions in the city. The temple was built by King Shivi and there is a Shiva lingam inside the temple, which is said to be built by sage Parshuram
Nahush Koop (Nakka Kuan)
Yajna was performed here by King Nahush. The water in the well is from the Ganga River. The well and the water of the well is considered sacred.
Meerabai ki Reti
Meerabai ki Reti is one of the sought-after tourist attractions, located opposite to the Mukteshwar Temple. Legends say that Meerabai used to stay at this sandy stretch and offer prayers.
Kalpavriksha is the holy tree, renowned as the ‘Tree of Heaven’. The tree was planted by Vijaypal Baghel at the Vedant Mandir. The tree is said to fulfill the wishes of the visitors. Along with this, the tree is also considered pious and contemplates the religious, spiritual, environmental and medicinal significance. The tree is one of the rare species of holy floras.