The Ganesh Ratha is in the northwest of Arjuna’s Penance. It was once a Shiva Temple and then became a shrine to Ganesh after the lingam was removed from here. Ganesh is Shiva’s son and an elephant headed God. In the north of this Ratha you will find a huge boulder which is called as Butter Ball. It is balanced perfectly and is picture perfect to see. There is Kotikal Mandapa which is dedicated to Durga. The Trimurti cave temple which is not very far honors the Hindu trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva with a separate section to each deity. It is an interesting place to Hindu pilgrims. Tickets cost for foreigner Rs. 250/- and for Indian Rs 10/- and all days open of week at 6.30am-6pm.