Ganesh Temple, Dholkal
Ganesh Temple, Historical Place, Dholkal, Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, Tourist spot of Dantewada, Chhattisgarh Tourism, Historical Place of Chhattisgarh, Echhattisgarh
To reach the hills of Dholakal, the Faraspal from Dantewada is then drowned from there. Of the distance of 27 km, 7-8 km have to go through the jungle. After this, the divine statue is seen at a height of 2500 feet. In the mountain range of bailadila, the mountain peak, known as Dholakal, has a statue of rare Ganesh before 10th and 11th centuries. The experts said that it was established by the Chhindak Nagvanshi kings, the statue of Ganesh in the Lalita Asana made of black granite stone is about 1000 years old. It is believed that the battle of Parshuram and Ganesh was fought on this mountain. During this Ganesh's teeth were broken. Hence the name of this village was named Faraspal. It also has the distinction of being the highest point in Chhattisgarh. Due to being an inaccessible place, it is also very difficult to reach here.
A thousand years old Sun Temple site is located near Ganesh statue located in Dholakal, 27 km from the district headquarters. This temple situated on the hill of Balladila falls in the sun's first rays. Tourists visiting the dholkal also go to worship sun temple.
Similarly, 10 kilometer vehicle can be reached from Jhirka, 15 kilometers away from Dhurali from the district headquarters. Further, there is a Shiva linga of Jhirka above the Jhara lava waterfall on the 8 km vertical hill, Where only local villagers can reach.